Skip to main content

Infosec Product Release Review - 26th Oct

Tech Centre - the weekly review of newly released information security products, services, frameworks and policies.

Software


LANDesk Raises the Bar with Release of Integrated Systems

24 Oct 2012
"Management Suite and Security Suite 9.5 were created in order to help solve the ... "With theseproducts, our current and prospective customers now have the tools they ... This informationincludes power consumption per device, the health of ...

Objective releases Govt-standard DropBox

24 Oct 2012
While DropBox is a very popular information sharing service among consumers and ... According toproduct marketing manager Michael Warrilow, the service will be ... Government Information Security Manual up to and including “Protected”...



Secure64 Releases Enhanced Version Of DNS Management Software

17 Oct 2012
For the latest information about DNS Authority and DNS Cache, visit ... Colorado, Secure64 is a software developer providing the most secure DNS products available to ... Secure64's patented technology provides mission-critical security and ...

LogRhythm Goes Multi-Dimensional in Security Analysis

22 Oct 2012
LogRhythm Goes Multi-Dimensional in Security Analysis ... and so can the good guys with productslike the new SIEM (security information and event ... or breach," states Chris Petersen, CTO and cofounder of LogRhythm in a press release...


IBM Addresses Security Challenges of Big Data, Mobile and Cloud

18 Oct 2012
Today, in the biggest announcement since the launch of IBM's new Security Systems division earlier this year, IBM is unveiling ten new products and ... As information grows in volume, variety, and velocity, organizations are looking beyond ...



Frameworks and Policies


FTC releases facial recognition tech guidelines

23 Oct 2012
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has released "best practices" ... For many of us, tagging friends on Facebook or handing over biometric information may not seem ... through the murky waters of using facial recognition for innovative products... They should develop "reasonable security protections" for data collection...

Draft US Order Would Give Companies Cyberthreat Info

22 Oct 2012
The draft order would put the Department of Homeland Security in charge of organizing aninformation-sharing network that rapidly distributes sanitized ...


Microsoft Revises Privacy Rules, Users Shrug

22 Oct 2012
... as Google did, for consolidating user information across products and services? ... for making Do Not Track active by default with the latest version of its Internet ... providing the entry point they need to break through application security.


  1. Read more h
    ere: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/10/23/4931702/landesk-raises-the-bar-with-release.html#storylink=cpy

Popular posts from this blog

2020: Machine Learning, Post Quantum Crypto & Zero Trust

Welcome to a digital identity project in 2020! You'll be expected to have a plan for post-quantum cryptography.  Your network will be littered with "zero trust" buzz words, that will make you suspect everyone, everything and every transaction.  Add to that, “machines” will be learning everything, from how you like your coffee, through to every network, authentication and authorisation decision. OK, are you ready?

Machine Learning I'm not going to do an entire blog on machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI).  Firstly I'm not qualified enough on the topic and secondly I want to focus on the security implications.  Needless to say, within 3 years, most organisations will have relatively experienced teams who are handling big data capture from an and identity, access management and network perspective.

That data will be being fed into ML platforms, either on-premise, or via cloud services.  Leveraging either structured or unstructured learning, data fr…

Customer Data: Convenience versus Security

Organisations in both the public and private sector are initiating programmes of work to convert previously physical or offline services, into more digital, on line and automated offerings.  This could include things like automated car tax purchase, through to insurance policy management and electricity meter reading submission and reporting.

Digitization versus Security

This move towards a more on line user experience, brings together several differing forces.  Firstly the driver for end user convenience and service improvement, against the requirements of data security and privacy.  Which should win?  There clearly needs to be a balance of security against service improvement.  Excessive and prohibitive security controls would result in a complex and often poor user experience, ultimately resulting in fewer users.  On the other hand, poorly defined security architectures, lead to data loss, with the impact for personal exposure and brand damage.

Top 5 Security Predictions for 2016

It's that time of year again, when the retrospective and predictive blogs come out of the closet, just before the Christmas festivities begin.  This time last year, the 2015 predictions were an interesting selection of both consumer and enterprise challenges, with a focus on:


Customer Identity ManagementThe start of IoT security awarenessReduced Passwords on MobileConsumer PrivacyCloud Single Sign On
In retrospect, a pretty accurate and ongoing list.  Consumer related identity (cIAM) is hot on most organisation's lips, and whilst the password hasn't died (and probably never will) there are more people using things like swipe login and finger print authentication than ever before.

But what will 2016 bring?


Mobile Payments to be Default for Consumers

2015 has seen the rise in things like Apple Pay and Samsung Pay hitting the consumer high street with venom.  Many retail outlets now provide the ability to "tap and pay" using a mobile device, with many banks also offer…