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Idera’s new integration allows teams to further secure their software development lifecycle

Idera, parent company of global B2B software productivity brands, announced powerful new integration capabilities between its Assembla and Kiuwan products. The integration allows development teams on Assembla to “shift left” and further secure their software development lifecycle by automatically scanning code in their Assembla repositories with Kiuwan’s enterprise-grade application security testing engine. Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report1 found that attacks on web applications exploiting code-level or authentication mechanism vulnerabilities led to the highest number … More

SoftwareONE acquires SAMSentry advancing its software lifecycle management portfolio

SoftwareONE, a global leading Platform, Solutions and Services company, announced that it has recently acquired SAMSentry, a software governance technology. The technology will be incorporated into SoftwareONE’s managed services portfolio, to work in conjunction with industry-leading Software Asset Management (SAM) technologies such as Flexera, Snow and ServiceNow. To drive additional value across the software estate and existing technology investments; while visualizing findings and tracking on-going improvements. SAMSentry utilizes insights derived from machine learning across millions … More

Ipswitch adds new features to its networking monitoring software

Ipswitch, producer of award-winning and easy-to-use secure file transfer and network management software, unveiled WhatsUp Gold 2019 networking monitoring software with several new features that enable IT teams to better control their expanding networks. Completely reimagined for modern network architecture, the new version of the award-winning network monitoring software aims to deliver better usability and superior visibility into enterprise networks, whether in the cloud or on-premises. Users can get even better insight into their hybrid … More

Alfresco Software unveils new Intelligence Services for its cloud-first Digital Business Platform

Alfresco Software, a commercial, open source software company unveiled the immediate availability of a new Intelligence Services for its cloud-first Digital Business Platform. The Intelligence Services that seamlessly leverages Amazon Web Service uses AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (Machine Learning) to provide enterprises with a highly-scalable method for intelligently extracting important content often locked away in multiple documents, scanned images, videos and photographs. According to Forrester, they are seeing “[their] customers want to extract more … More

Veeam Software launches Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 v3

Veeam Software, the leader in Backup solutions that enable Intelligent Data Management, announced the new Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 v3, offering organizations even faster backup, improved security, enhanced visibility and analytics. As enterprises are responsible for protecting their Office 365 data, Veeam’s solution delivers secure backup for Office 365 Exchange Online, SharePoint Online OneDrive for Business and Microsoft Teams, enabling quick recovery of individual items and efficient eDiscovery of backup data for Office … More

Assurance Software enhances risk assessment capabilities

Assurance Software announced the availability of expanded Risk Assessment capabilities in its award-winning Assurance CM product line. With these enhancements, organizations rapidly assess their comprehensive risk landscape, quantify and compare exposures, and kickstart response planning for all business continuity risks as they emerge. “Amidst the ever-evolving landscape of threats to business continuity, organizations can become overwhelmed by the increasing variety and sheer volume of risks that must be monitored, assessed and mitigated,” said Craig Potts, … More

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Attackers compromised ASUS to deliver backdoored software updates

Unknown attackers have compromised an update server belonging to Taiwanese computer and electronics maker ASUS and used it to push a malicious backdoor on a huge number of customers, Kaspersky Lab researchers discovered. Judging by information hard-coded in the malware, the attackers’ aim was to compromise about 600 specific computers, but the malware it thought to have been ultimately delivered to over a million of users. Asus Live Updater was used in a big supply … More

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The privacy risks of pre-installed software on Android devices

Many pre-installed apps facilitate access to privileged data and resources, without the average user being aware of their presence or being able to uninstall them. On the one hand, the permission model on the Android operating system and its apps allow a large number of actors to track and obtain personal user information. At the same time, it reveals that the end user is not aware of these actors in the Android terminals or of … More

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Denial of Service vulnerability discovered in Triconex TriStation Software Suite Emulator

Applied Risk ICS Security Consultant Tom Westenberg discovered a DoS vulnerability in an emulated version of the Triconex TriStation Software Suite. Triconex is a Schneider Electric brand which supplies systems and products in regards to critical control and industrial safety-shutdown technology. The Triconex Emulator is software that allows users to emulate and execute TriStation 1131 applications without connecting to a Tricon, Trident, or Tri-GP controller. Using the Emulator, users can test applications in an offline … More

Checkmarx announces enhancements to Software Exposure Platform

Checkmarx, the Software Exposure Platform for the enterprise, unveiled major advancements to accelerate adoption of the most comprehensive, unified software security solution on the market. As the application layer increasingly is the source of successful attacks, risks are amplified as organizations move to agile development and DevOps without implementing proper DevSecOps practices. The latest release of the Checkmarx Software Exposure Platform adds to the management and orchestration layer of the industry’s first unified software security … More

QuintessenceLabs’ new software daemon feeds high-speed true random to entropy-limited apps

QuintessenceLabs has announced the release of a new software daemon that directly addresses a common performance and security problem. qRand monitors entropy in systems, identifies when they are “entropy starved,” and delivers high-speed full entropy whenever it’s needed. Initially for use in Linux systems, qRand supplements entropy for special like /dev/random that provide randomness when requested. Indeed, /dev/random (and similar) only succeed when enough entropy is available, otherwise they “block,” degrading performance. Some applications counter … More

Egress releases new software to enhance protection against email data breaches

People-centric data security provider Egress has announced its latest releases, which use machine learning to improve sender and end user experience, and enhance protection against data breaches. The new software, Egress Risk-based Protection and Egress Smart Authentication, determine the actual risk of a data breach as information is sent and accessed via email, to ensure the right security is applied. Both solutions tackle a common problem with security tools: that one-size-fits-all approaches often leave users … More