New infosec products of the week: March 16, 2018
DFLabs launches new security incident response platform
DFLabs announced a new version of its IncMan Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) platform for enterprise SOC and MSSPs. IncMan R3 Rapid Response Runbooks now support ‘User Choice’ conditions that allow more granular flow control compared to traditional true/false conditions. In addition, output filtering enables previous actions to be omitted based on user-defined criteria for subsequent steps.
F-Secure helps aviation companies protect their assets
F-Secure’s Aviation Cyber Security Services was designed to help airlines and other companies working in aviation secure their operations from the ground up. It integrates security assessments of avionics, ground systems and data links, vulnerability scanners, security monitoring, incident response services, and specialized cyber security trainings for IT managers as well as cabin and cockpit crews, into a single package that helps airlines harden their operations against cyber attacks.
GuardiCore upgrades Infection Monkey testing tool
An autonomous, self-service and open source tool, the Infection Monkey gives security professionals an additional testing tier that augments current pen testing tools and services with the ability to conduct security assessments more frequently. It enhances compliance and flags areas of weakness in data centers and cloud environments.
WhatsUp Gold 2018 adds cloud performance, wireless and SaaS capabilities
WhatsUp Gold gives users monitoring including network devices, network traffic, servers (including Windows and Linux), hypervisors (including VMWare and Hyper-V), storage devices (including NetApp, EMC and Dell Compellent, wireless devices (including Cisco Meraki), web servers (including IIS and Apache), Java environments, cloud environments availability (for both AWS and Azure), and applications including Outlook 365 – all through a single interface.