New infosec products of the week: March 29, 2019
Guardicore launches freely available public resource for investigating malicious IP addresses and domains
Guardicore Threat Intelligence is a freely available public resource for identifying and investigating malicious IP addresses and domains. With an easy to understand dashboard, it rates top attackers, top attacked ports and top malicious domains, giving security teams the insight they need to research and understand attacks and mitigate risks.
F5’s new delivery model leverages the AWS SaaS Enablement Framework
F5 Networks extends its portfolio with a new delivery model that leverages the AWS SaaS Enablement Framework for its application services. F5 Cloud Services provide high-availability, self-service, and fully managed SaaS solutions that are easily provisioned and configured within minutes on AWS. As enterprise-grade offerings, they are designed to support modern deployment scenarios such as cloud-native applications, microservices, and container-based environments.
New XebiaLabs predictive risk solution for DevOps helps forecast release success or failure
Using a new DevOps Prediction Engine, the XebiaLabs DevOps Platform’s Risk Prediction Module combines machine learning with a proprietary algorithm to give teams a “weather forecast” for their releases before those releases even start to run. The XebiaLabs DevOps Prediction Engine highlights potential bottlenecks before release processes start, so Release Managers, Developers, and DevOps Engineers can take preventative action, adjust timelines, and keep the business in the loop.
ConnectWise launches ConnectWise Identify, a new security assessment tool for MSPs
ConnectWise Identify allows managed service providers (MSPs) to easily assess their own and their customers’ current security posture against a wide variety of malicious cybersecurity threats. The result is an easy-to-understand, customized risk report with remediation options, all from a single pane of glass, that has implications for the entire business, not just the network.
Acuris Cybercheck enables businesses and individuals to monitor against compromised ID data
Acuris Cybercheck is a database that allows businesses and individuals to identify whether or not their information has been compromised by criminals. Complied since 2008, the database includes information traded on criminal websites globally such as identity, personal and financial data. It also allows users to search via APIs against specific records or to continuously monitor data.