New infosec products of the week: February 8, 2019

Masergy launches Secure Wi-Fi and extends protection into the customer LAN

Masergy has launched Masergy Secure Wi-Fi as the latest feature in the ongoing evolution of the company’s Secure Hybrid Networking offering. The new capability delivers swift and secure enterprise-grade wireless network access to both high- and low-density areas including retail and corporate environments.

infosec products February 2019

Mitsubishi Electric develops security technology to detect attacks on equipment sensors

Mitsubishi Electric announced that it has developed what is believed to be the world’s first sensor-security technology that detects measurement-data inconsistencies by embedding a proprietary algorithm in sensor fusion algorithms, which combine multiple sensors for measurements used in the automatic control of drones, in-vehicle devices, production equipment and more.

infosec products February 2019

CloudPassage announces Cloud Secure for Azure

Cloud Secure, part of the CloudPassage Halo platform, is an automated Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) solution that delivers visibility, protection and continuous compliance monitoring for compute, storage, database, networking and identity services. Unlike point-solutions that provide an incomplete and disjointed view of public cloud services, Cloud Secure provides a comprehensive, integrated view of IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) environments and resources from a single interface.

infosec products February 2019

Veriato announces Cerebral threat intelligence platform

Cerebral is a complete insider threat intelligence platform that integrates behavioral analytics (UEBA), user activity monitoring (UAM) and data breach response (DBR) into a single solution that enables security teams to identify and lock down insider threats with a speed and level of confidence not previously available.

infosec products February 2019

Honeywell’s industrial cybersecurity solution guards against USB device attacks

Secure Media Exchange (SMX) is a cybersecurity solution that protects industrial operators against new and emerging USB threats. SMX now includes patent pending capabilities to protect against a broad range of malicious USB device attacks, which disrupt operations through misuse of legitimate USB functions or unauthorized device actions.

infosec products February 2019

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