PLATFORM SECURITY, SOFTWARE SECURITY, WEB SECURITY TOOLS
Prnewswire | March 31, 2023
ReasonLabs, the cybersecurity pioneer equipping families and individuals worldwide with the same level of cyber protection utilized by Fortune 500 companies, today announced the addition of a Dark Web Monitoring feature to its RAV Online Security solution, a web extension that provides real-time, 24/7 protection against a range of malicious online activity. The Dark Web Monitoring feature scans tens of thousands of combination lists, leaked databases, and malware data hidden from the surface net—the publicly accessible internet—for mentions of users' personal data, and instantly notifies users when breaches occur.
The dark web, a part of the internet that can only be accessed via an anonymizing browser and is invisible to search engines, is frequently used by cybercriminals to engage in illicit online activity. Malicious actors use the dark web to find, buy and sell user data. This can include usernames and passwords; financial information including traditional banking data, cryptocurrency wallets, and credit card numbers; and a range of personally identifiable information such as names, phone numbers, emails, social security numbers, locations, and more.
"The dark net is a hotbed of cybercrime where cyberattackers regularly find people's important personal and financial data. It is critical that users be protected at all times, which calls for monitoring the dark web for data breaches and alerting users immediately as and when breaches occur," said Kobi Kalif, CEO of ReasonLabs. "ReasonLabs' Online Security tool, is fully integrated with RAV Endpoint Protection and is now equipped with the Dark Web Monitoring capability, The extension scans both the surface net and dark web around the clock to identify malicious activity impacting our users to ensure they are always protected."
"As technology progresses, our digital presence becomes increasingly important as we store valuable information and financial assets online. Unfortunately, the risk of exposure also increases, making it crucial to promptly detect any leaks and take appropriate action to prevent negative consequences in the real world," said Omri Gabai, VP Security Products at ReasonLabs. "That's why we've made the decision to offer our users a critical tool for monitoring the dark web."
RAV Online Security protects against threats on the surface net such as URLs, phishing, harmful extensions, suspicious downloads, intrusive cookies and trackers, unauthorized notifications, and pop-ups. Dark Web Monitoring scans keep users up-to-date on any data breaches they may be involved with, and users receive an alert once a new breach occurs. RAV Online Security has more than five million users worldwide and is available as a free download.
ReasonLabs is a global pioneer in cybersecurity detection and prevention. Powered by machine learning, ReasonLabs' cutting-edge technology is revolutionizing consumer-focused cybersecurity, bringing enterprise-grade protection into the homes of tens of millions of users worldwide. Its innovative engine scans over 2 billion files in 180 countries a day, delivering fast, comprehensive data while providing 24/7 real-time threat detection. Founded in 2016, ReasonLabs is based in New York and Tel Aviv.
DATA SECURITY, PLATFORM SECURITY, SOFTWARE SECURITY
1Password | March 09, 2023
1Password, the frontrunner in human-centric security and privacy, recently announced the launch of Unlock with Single Sign-On (SSO). Now, enterprise customers can unlock their 1Password accounts using Okta with Duo and Azure AD to follow in the coming months. With deeper integrations into existing IT workflows, Unlock with SSO enables IT teams to improve their security posture while minimizing the everyday difficulties and stress associated with employee logins.
Steve Won, Chief Product Officer at 1Password, said, "Securing employees at scale is no small task. At 1Password, we believe that the foundation of enterprise security is secure employees, and we're driven by the principle that the safe thing must be easy by default." He added, "SSO plays a central role in enterprise security. Unlock with SSO was designed with a trusted device model, so that even if a user's identity provider credentials are compromised, 1Password ensures attackers won't be able to access customers' vault."
(Source – Cision PR Newswrie)
In a Total Economic Impact (TEI) study commissioned and published by 1Password, Forrester Consulting revealed that a composite organization comprised of companies with experience using 1Password experienced a 206% return on investment (ROI) and a benefit of $1.3 million over three years. Unlock with SSO enhances employee and IT efficiency and productivity, where the return on investment is most evident.
Unlock with SSO is intended to integrate with existing workflows and assist organizations in securing their employees across any authentication process of their choosing. Fully integrated solutions, such as 1Password, consolidate authentication in a single location to complete the security architecture of a company.
Founded in 2005, 1Password is the market leader in human-centric security and privacy to keep people safe at work and at home. Its solution is designed from the ground up to enable everyone, regardless of their degree of technical expertise, to traverse the digital world without fear or difficulty. 1Password safeguards the most sensitive data of millions of individuals and families worldwide, enabling consumers and companies to accomplish more in less time – with security and privacy as a guarantee. The company's award-winning credentials management security technology is reshaping the face of authentication and is trusted by over 100,000 organizations, including IBM, Slack, Shopify, Snowflake, and Under Armour.
ENTERPRISE SECURITY, PLATFORM SECURITY, SOFTWARE SECURITY
Businesswire | April 05, 2023
SafeBreach, the pioneer in breach and attack simulation (BAS), today announced integrations with ServiceNow to provide increased visibility into continuous security posture management and allow customers to leverage their existing workflow automation processes to quickly identify and remediate critical security gaps. The integrations with ServiceNow SIR Incident and IT Service Management Incident (ITSM) are certified and available now on the ServiceNow Store.
While organizations spend millions of dollars on building their security stack, the ability to contain an active threat has declined by 13% according to a 2020 IBM resilience survey. SafeBreach’s patented Hacker’s Playbook of over 30,000 attacks allows ServiceNow customers to validate their security control infrastructure and processes based on real-world threats. The integration of SafeBreach attack simulation data directly into the Now Platform® provides customers with a holistic view to optimize security operations at all levels and inform security practitioners and executives of high-impact incidents that should be prioritized for remediation.
“As a strategic investor in SafeBreach, ServiceNow has an in-depth understanding of the combined value of BAS and workflow automation,” said Itzik Kotler, CTO and Co-Founder, SafeBreach. “We're excited to take this next step, offering customers direct integrations between our platforms to help them gain greater visibility into risk, more quickly take remedial action and ultimately inform a more proactive security strategy.”
The SafeBreach integrations provide customers with the ability to:
Gain unparalleled visibility into the organizational threat landscape to improve detection, response and remediation speed and efficacy
Populate details of attack simulation results directly into ServiceNow Security Incident Response for rapid remediation
Identify gaps in threat detection and response by mapping exposures to business risk
Progressively transform security operations by developing a security baseline and continuously moving that baseline forward
Utilize the MITRE ATT&CK mapping capability to understand risk against the latest threats and remediate any coverage gaps before they are exploited
SafeBreach and ServiceNow recently hosted a webinar to provide in-depth insight into the new integrations, including how customers can benefit from the combination of real-world simulation data from the SafeBreach platform with cloud-based workflow and security automation from ServiceNow.
Combining the mindset of a CISO and the toolset of a hacker, SafeBreach is the pioneer in breach and attack simulation (BAS) and is the most widely used continuous security validation platform. SafeBreach continuously executes attacks, correlates results to help visualize security gaps, and leverages contextual insights to highlight remediation efforts. With its Hacker’s Playbook™, the industry’s most extensive collection of attack data enabled by state-of-the-art threat intelligence research, SafeBreach empowers organizations to get proactive about security with a simple approach that replaces hope with data. For more information, please visit www.safebreach.com.
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