RSA News: Dell Announces Solution for Privileged GovernanceRoundup of News from Security Solutions Providers Attending RSA 2014
Dell Software announces the release of a new solution that extends Dell One Identity to govern privileged users who have access to an organization's most critical systems and information. Using the solution, companies can get ahead of potential security incidents with a single platform to provision, manage and govern access to all systems for both privileged and everyday users. This solution enables IT to rapidly enhance productivity, while discovering and remediating access issues that could present a threat in terms of cost and reputation.
See Also: Ransomware: The Look at Future Trends
Unmanaged privileged accounts are a clear target both for insiders and external attackers, and failure to govern privileged identities could result in significant data loss or destruction, and even lawsuits. By integrating Dell's solution for privileged management with its identity governance, organizations can close security gaps and streamline access governance for all users, regardless of their role or level of access needed.
For more information, visit Dell Software.
Halon Partners With UnitedLayer
Halon Security announced that it's secure firewall, router and load balancer will secure UnitedCloud, a VMware-based secure public cloud for enterprises and SMBs. UnitedLayer selected Halon to provide proven enterprise-grade security features at a price point amenable to companies of all sizes.
By minimizing the amount of risk associated with their virtualization initiatives, UnitedCloud users can now increase their productivity by dedicating resources towards other parts of the business. Companies of all sizes require high network security and can't risk having their proprietary data compromised or risk having their servers attacked. UnitedCloud's virtual hosting customers can now rely on Halon's integrated security features to limit system downtime.
For more information, visit Halon Security.
F5 Announces Two New Offerings
F5 Networks announced today two new offerings; F5 Secure Web Gateway Services enables enterprises to defend against potential malware threats encountered by employees who regularly access web pages, Software as a Service (SaaS) applications, and social media sites. With this solution, enterprises can consolidate their security infrastructures and better enforce policy and regulatory requirements.
Complementing this solution is F5's Web Fraud Protection reference architecture, which helps enterprises protect their users and customers from web-based and mobile threats, regardless of the type of device or browser they use. Together, these solutions help enterprises protect against advanced persistent web threats, ensure policy compliance, and improve employee productivity.
For more information, visit F5 Networks.
Modulo Launches Beta GRC Solution
Modulo announces the beta preview for GRC Intelligence solution, featured in the anticipated Modulo Risk Manager version 9.0. By feeding real-time security data, including cyber and physical threats, surveillance and incident monitoring, GRC assessment results into the powerful reporting of a Business Intelligence system. The solution offers CISOs an accessible and affordable platform to evolve their risk and compliance programs for enterprise-wide business risk insight.
With the GRC Intelligence module, security professionals can contextualize large volumes of data and collaborate beyond the domain of threats and vulnerabilities, making incidents more broadly relevant to enterprise and operational risk management. Users can integrate data into the system from any GRC, security, social, mobile or other data source for rapid, insightful data visualization and analytics.
For more information, visit Modulo.
For more RSA-related vendor news, click here.
Additional Summit Insight:
Hear from more industry influencers, earn CPE credits, and network with leaders of technology at our global events. Learn more at our Fraud & Breach Prevention Events site.