Industry News: IBM Acquires Lighthouse Security GroupAlso: Latest from Oracle, Core Security, RiskIQ
IBM has acquired Lighthouse Security Group, LLC, a cloud security services provider. Lighthouse Security Group's Gateway platform protects identity and data in cloud environments.
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Lighthouse Gateway will be integrated into IBM's managed security services offering. Customers can deploy and use the solution from a secure, hosted environment. As a result, organizations can take steps to help protect corporate data and prevent identity theft by ensuring that only authorized personnel can access sensitive corporate information.
For more information, visit IBM.
Oracle Solution Manages Encryption Keys
Oracle introduces Oracle Key Vault, a software appliance designed to securely manage encryption keys and credential files in the enterprise data center.
Oracle Key Vault provides secure management of encryption keys, including Oracle wallet files, Java KeyStores, Kerberos keytab files, SSH key files and SSL certificate files. Optimized for the Oracle technology stack, including Oracle Database, the solution can be deployed in existing environments.
For more information, visit Oracle.
Core Security Protects Business Assets
Core Security announces the latest version of the Core Attack Intelligence Platform. The platform offers vulnerability management solutions by validating vulnerabilities identified by scanners.
Narrowing the list of critical vulnerability data by up to 90 percent allows security teams to focus remediation efforts on the most critical business risks. The Core Attack Intelligence Platform combines the capabilities of Core Security Consulting Services, Core Impact Pro and Core Insight. This attack path planner enables security professionals to identify potential attack paths to critical business assets - narrowing the scope from what is possible to what is most likely.
For more information, visit Core Security.
RiskIQ Platform Discovers Threats
RiskIQ announces an automated platform that scans for malware and gathers threat intelligence on all websites and mobile apps illegally associated with an organization's business.
The RiskIQ platform provides companies with actionable intelligence needed to prevent criminals from exploiting their brands. The technology deploys a network of software-based virtual users to automatically discover and inventory websites, online ads and mobile apps that are fraudulently linked to a company or any of its brands. For each discovered asset, RiskIQ automatically captures full session and document object data.
To help enterprises audit and uncover threat patterns across their web and mobile assets, RiskIQ provides an intelligence and analytics dashboard populated with three years of current and historical threat data.
For more information, visit RiskIQ.