New infosec products of the week: December 7, 2018
Juniper Networks updates JATP Appliances to prioritize cyber threats from any security source
Juniper Networks released new offerings as part of its Juniper Networks Advanced Threat Prevention (JATP) Appliances, enabling enterprises to detect malware, understand behavior and mitigate threats with just one touch. This solution leverages data from any third-party firewall or security data source, avoiding unnecessary vendor lock-in. Eliminating complex, time-consuming data collection configurations, Juniper is helping security teams improve their organization’s security posture by simplifying and accelerating security operations.
Apricorn introduces its USB drive: the next-generation Aegis Fortress L3
The new range includes FIPS validated USB 3.0, 3.1 and 3.2 drives, with military grade encryption. The enclosure itself is milled from a solid block of aircraft-grade 6061 aluminium alloy, with snap-off unidirectional security fasteners cemented with epoxy to capture evidence of tampering. The membrane-style keypad carries an IP66 certification (pending) against water, dust and grit penetration. The exterior is designed to withstand extreme temperatures and demanding field conditions, and to provide shock resistance.
Tanium launches Reveal to allow organizations to identify, monitor and protect sensitive data
With Tanium Reveal, organizations can reduce risks of data exposure, mitigate the impact of breaches and prepare for regulatory compliance obligations. The solution helps organizations define sensitive data patterns, monitor their entire IT environment for matching files, and then categorize, notify, alert, and take direct action.
WatchGuard Technologies expands SD-WAN capabilities to its security platform
WatchGuard Technologies released version 12.3 of its Fireware operating system for its Firebox Unified Security Platform appliances. Key to this update are added path selection capabilities that allow organizations to optimize WAN resources across networks while securing branch locations with a UTM platform focused on defense in depth.
Symantec unveils neural network to protect critical infrastructure from cyber warfare
Symantec ICSP Neural utilizes artificial intelligence to prevent known and unknown attacks on IoT and OT environments by detecting and providing protection against malware on USB devices. ICSP Neural stations scan, detect USB-borne malware, and sanitize the devices. Existing ICSP deployments have shown that up to 50 percent of scanned USB devices are infected with malware.