Industry News: Trend Micro Launches New SolutionAlso: Latest from SnoopWall, HyTrust, Qubitekk
Trend Micro announces its new solution for VMware environments, Deep Security 9.5. The solution includes delivers agentless security designed for organizations depoying VMware NSX across both file and network-based security controls.
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The combination of VMware NSX's model of virtualized security with Deep Security's range of agentless security controls enables advanced services, including micro-segmentation, and real-time quarantine.
For more information, visit Trend Micro.
SnoopWall Launches Privacy Shield
SnoopWall launches Privacy Shield, a counterveillance engine designed to shield mobile banking applications from eavesdropping by malicious apps and prevent cybercriminals in close proximity from intercepting the transmission of sensitive information..
Privacy Shield discovers and protects against several flaws in online banking applications that allow spoofing, eavesdropping and stealing of passwords, location, scanned check deposits, bank account and routing information, names and addresses.
For more information, visit SnoopWall.
HyTrust Unveils Boundary Controls
HyTrust has developed HyTrust Boundary Controls, a new way to secure applications and data in virtualized data centers and the cloud.
Boundary Controls let organizations control where their virtual workloads can run. The solution is designed to simplify regulatory compliance, help prevent data theft or misuse and improve data center up-time. It's built upon Intel's Trusted Execution Technology. This hardware-based technology can be used to establish trust of server hardware, allowing sensitive workloads to run on a trusted platform.
For more information, visit HyTrust.
Qubitekk to Receive Federal Grant
Qubitekk, a startup based in San Diego, will receive a $3 million Department of Energy grant to speed the development of unhackable quantum encryption technology to help protect the country's power grid from cyberattack.
Under the DOE's Cybersecurity for Energy Delivery Systems program, Qubitekk will be working in partnership with Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, the University of Texas at Austin, Sandia National Laboratory, and Pacific Gas & Electric to prepare for threats to critical infrastructure.
For more information, visit Qubitekk.