Industry News: Verizon Unveils Smart Credential

Also: Latest from Corero, BeyondTrust and BT
Industry News: Verizon Unveils Smart Credential

Verizon is offering Smart Credential, a new service to help businesses manage risk by using a single credential in both the physical and virtual worlds. The solution is a cloud-based service delivered as software-as-a-service.

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The solution works with existing physical access readers and backend systems, as well as more secure contactless readers. This allows clients to add more security over time without requiring a rip-and-replace effort.

For more information, visit Verizon.

Corero Announces SecureWatch Analytics

Corero announces the availability of Corero SecureWatch Analytics, a Web-based security analytics portal. The solution delivers visibility into DDoS attacks and cyber threats with security dashboards powered by Splunk software.

Leveraging Splunk software for big data analytics, Corero has turned its security event data into a portal of security intelligence. The portal's real-time dashboards provide visibility into an enterprise's network and security activity for combating threats.

For more information, visit Corero.

BeyondTrust Updates Mobile Vunerability App

BeyondTrust had introduced an updated version of Retina CS for Mobile. The updated solution helps to proactively identify the latest mobile device vulnerabilities threatening corporate networks.

The solution scans devices accessing the network. With the app's local scan and report capabilities, employees can identify security weaknesses on their devices at any time. By feeding mobile device vulnerability data into a centralized analytics console, the updated solution enables IT security administrators to identify assets in their environment.

For more information, visit BeyondTrust.

BT Upgrades Threat Monitoring Service

BT has upgraded its BT Assure Threat Monitoring service, making it simpler for organizations to identify and protect against security threats.

The service collects and analyzes data; the upgraded version displays the results on a customizable screen. By seeing potential issues, security professionals can better identify, react and respond to security risks.

For more information, visit BT.


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