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eWEEK DATA POINTS: Attackers are constantly adjusting tactics in order to gain the upper hand and exploit users and organizations, but what were the key threats and trends of the past year?
EXCLUSIVE: Cisco's Duo Security division is launching the CRXcavator effort to help individuals and organizations identify and limit the impact of potentially risky Google Chrome web browser extensions.
DAILY VIDEO: Symantec improves email security with fraud protection, and Azure Maps gets new SDKs, services and expanded features for mobility.
The startup emerges from stealth with a different approach to helping organizations prevent attacks and segment cloud workloads.
The Bricata flagship solution provides high-end network visibility, full-spectrum threat detection, true threat hunting and post-detection capabilities in an intuitive, tightly-integrated and self-managing system.
TREND ANALYSIS: The cyber threats that your organization faces continue to evolve as hackers change focus and as new players take a leading role in attacking you.
Looking beyond traditional access control, Pulse Secure is now integrating a Software Defined Perimeter architecture to help organizations reduce risk.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Red Lambda's MetaGrid works in what was described as “stream time,” in which the telemetry data is constantly being analyzed, enabling risks to be found based on behaviors.
A new capability from Baffle will enable better protection and encryption for data that is being read or written from a data source by an AWS Lamdba serverless function.
Symantec is looking to reduce the risk of business email compromise attacks with a new offering that makes it easier to implement and manage Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) for email authenticity.
New release of Palo Alto Network's core operating system platform adds multiple new features including a DNS security service and a Policy Optimizer capability.
Deceiving attackers is one thing, but getting information from an attack that can help improve overall defences, is even better.