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Digital Guardian releases new User and Entity Behaviour Analytics capability

Digital Guardian announced that it has released new User and Entity Behaviour Analytics (UEBA) capabilities for its cloud-delivered Data Protection Platform. Supplementing data classification and rule-based policies, the Digital Guardian Data Protection Platform now delivers analytics and anomaly-based detection to give insight into activities surrounding sensitive data. Digital Guardian’s UEBA capabilities enhance its Data Loss […]

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Ixia now offers packet-level visibility into workloads in containers and Kubernetes clusters

Keysight Technologies announced it has extended the Ixia CloudLens visibility platform to offer packet-level visibility into workloads in containers and Kubernetes clusters. Containers are becoming popular in cloud environments. Gartner reports that “container popularity will continually increase over the next 18 to 24 months.” Gartner also finds that “by 2020, more than 50 percent of […]

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SentinelOne partners with SecBI to provide threat visibility, containment and remediation

SentinelOne announced that the company has partnered with SecBI. By combining SentinelOne’s threat visibility, containment and remediation capabilities with SecBI’s Autonomous Investigation technology, security professionals will be able to shed light into every behavior in an organization’s network, placing the spotlight on and enabling defense against all incidents that happen and/or involve activities on the […]

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RiskRecon secures $25 million in Series B funding

RiskRecon announced it has raised $25 million in Series B financing. Led by Accel and joined by existing investors Dell Technologies Capital, General Catalyst, and F-Prime Capital, the global venture capital firm affiliated with Fidelity Investments, the round brings RiskRecon’s total funding to more than $40 million. Existing individual investors Mickey Boodaei, Rakesh Loonkar, and […]

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Vulnerabilities in mPOS devices could lead to fraud and theft

Vulnerabilities in mPOS (mobile point-of-sale) machines could allow malicious merchants to defraud customers and attackers to steal payment card data, Positive Technologies researchers have found. The use of mPOS devices has seen huge growth over the last few years as the barriers to entry to be provided a device and start accepting card payments are […]

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