New infosec products of the week: July 26, 2019

Centrify unveils free cloud-based PAM offering for organizations that do not have a password vault

Centrify’s Free Tier Vault is available immediately in the AWS Marketplace, enabling organizations of any size to start controlling privileged access to critical systems and sensitive data in minutes, delivering PAM-as-a-Service. Centrify offers all the benefits of its SaaS Privileged Access Service to manage up to 50 registered systems and their associated service accounts free of charge.

infosec products July 2019

ESET unveils new version of File Security for Linux

ESET File Security for Linux provides protection to organizations’ general servers, network file storage and multipurpose servers. The software ensures the servers are stable and conflict-free in order to preserve system resources for vital tasks and avoid disrupting business continuity. Version 7.0 offers a host of advanced features, including real-time file system protection, tighter security and a real-time web GUI.

infosec products July 2019

STEALTHbits provides AD admins with new insight into “shadow access” and other vulnerabilities

Among the many improvements in this latest release are new capabilities within StealthAUDIT’s Active Directory module. Via integration with StealthINTERCEPT, StealthDEFEND or STEALTHbits Active Directory Activity Monitor, StealthAUDIT for Active Directory has been enhanced to provide advanced historical analysis and reporting on AD activity.

infosec products July 2019

Bitdefender Browser Isolation defeats attacks by monitoring memory for attack techniques

Expressly designed to enable access to web resources without impacting end-user experience, Bitdefender Browser Isolation secures the greatest risk to networks, web browsers. Examples of critical use-cases of secure remote browser isolation includes high-risk users such as employees in HR and finance; untrusted resources; and legacy applications. The key is to secure browsers which are completely removed from end-user systems, preventing virtual machine escape attacks.

infosec products July 2019

Netography launches Distributed IPS, the next step in the evolution from IDS to IPS

Netography launched an open beta of its first service. By moving to cloud-native infrastructure with distributed telemetry gathering, Distributed IPS enables network and security professionals to discover, investigate, and remedy the modern threat environment with speed and autonomy.

infosec products July 2019

Collibra’s new product enables a proactive approach to data privacy

Collibra Privacy & Risk is a new enterprise-grade product that will empower organizations to proactively manage personal data assets by enabling compliance with privacy regulations, helping to protect data, and unlocking new opportunity from insights. The latest addition to the Collibra platform, the new product includes modules for the CCPA and the GDPR and builds the foundation for a strong data culture that will be prepared for future regulatory requirements.

infosec products July 2019

WatchGuard’s ThreatSync detects and remediates zero day threats and evasive malware

WatchGuard Technologies has announced major updates to its threat correlation and response platform, ThreatSync, with the latest release of Threat Detection and Response. These enhancements include accelerated breach detection, network process correlation and AI-powered threat analysis, enabling MSPs and the organizations they support to reduce breach detection and containment timeframes from months to minutes, automate the remediation of zero day malware and better defend against targeted, evasive threats both inside and outside the network perimeter.

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New infosec products of the week: July 26, 2019