RevBits unter den Top 100 Cybersecurity Startups 2020

prnewswire | August 31, 2020

REVBITS CYBERSECURITY SOLUTIONS, provider of a comprehensive suite of security solutions, announced today that it has been named one of the top 100 cybersecurity startups for 2020. RevBits prevailed against many strong cybersecurity startups for this prestigious award. Cyber Defense Magazine searched around the world and found over 3,200 cybersecurity companies, nearly 30% of which were founded or launched their first innovative cybersecurity products and services within the last 36 months.

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For many retailers, mobile devices are simply a call to boost their marketing and management programs. Others have embraced the tactical promise of mobility by enabling an untethered point of sale. Those who are further along have a clearer understanding that a complete mobile device management (MDM) program is necessary for enterprise-wide mobile success and security.

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For many retailers, mobile devices are simply a call to boost their marketing and management programs. Others have embraced the tactical promise of mobility by enabling an untethered point of sale. Those who are further along have a clearer understanding that a complete mobile device management (MDM) program is necessary for enterprise-wide mobile success and security.

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Balbix Announces Cybersecurity Posture Automation for Microsoft Azure

Balbix | December 19, 2022

Balbix, the leader in cybersecurity posture automation, announced its support for Microsoft Azure today. With these new capabilities, Balbix now supports the three top cloud service providers – Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform – as well as traditional environments. Balbix also announced enhanced platform support for the Microsoft ecosystem, including Azure services, Windows, Microsoft Store apps and Azure Active Directory single sign-on. McKinsey estimates that by 2025, organizations aspire to have 60 percent of their IT environments in the cloud. Yet, according to the Cybersecurity Insiders State of Security Posture Report, 62 percent of organizations lack confidence in their security posture. These findings highlight the growing need for effective cloud security solutions. Balbix's support for Azure cloud services includes Azure Virtual Machines, Azure Service Bus Messaging, Azure Key Vault, Azure Blob Storage, Azure Cosmos DB, Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), Azure SQL Database, Azure AKS Deployments, and Azure Functions. A new API-based Balbix Connector for Microsoft Azure and optional sensors for virtual machines capture data from Azure for analysis by the Balbix brain. Cybersecurity teams can now: Get comprehensive, real-time visibility of Azure assets, categorized into compute, storage, network, containers, database, security, and identity. Capture system details for virtual machines, including network, storage, open ports, users, software bill of materials (SBOM) and security controls. Combine Azure cloud data with data from other tools to map over 400 cybersecurity, IT and business attributes to assets. Obtain visibility into misconfigurations – the most commonly exploited attack vector in cloud-hosted environments. Leverage (optional) Balbix host sensors to gain visibility into additional types of vulnerabilities, such as unpatched software vulnerabilities, weak credentials, and trust issues. Unified Visibility for Multi-Cloud Environments Balbix's new support for Azure means that organizations now have access to an integrated Cyber Asset Attack Surface Management (CAASM) solution that works across the top three cloud providers, traditional data center and office environments, and mobile employee devices. Cybersecurity practitioners get a single tool to automatically combine data from disparate solutions into a unified view of their assets. Balbix provides more than just visibility. Unlike other solutions, Balbix combines CAASM with Risk-Based Vulnerability Management (RBVM) and Cyber Risk Qualification (CRQ) capabilities. This tight integration enables maximally automated identification, prioritization and mitigation of security issues. Gaps in security controls are identified and rectified quickly. CISOs and their teams can calculate cyber risk for the entire enterprise, across cloud and non-cloud assets, in dollars, and make cybersecurity decisions, informed by real-time data and insights. "Multi-cloud deployments have added additional complexity for cybersecurity practitioners. These challenges include fragmented visibility across cloud and non-cloud environments and an inability to prioritize vulnerabilities enterprise-wide," said Ed Amoroso, Founder and CEO of research and advisory firm TAG Cyber. "With support for Microsoft Azure, Balbix now helps users address these challenges across the top three cloud providers." Broad Support for the Microsoft Ecosystem Balbix's support for Microsoft Azure also adds to its broader support for the Microsoft ecosystem. These capabilities include security posture automation for assets running Windows and other Microsoft software, and third-party software products running on those assets. For Windows OS, Balbix provides a consolidated view of patch status and compliance across all assets with recommended fixes based on patch precedence. "I'm very excited to announce our support for Microsoft Azure cloud services. Organizations can manage their cyber risk for Microsoft Azure, multi-cloud and hybrid environments using a single integrated and maximally automated paradigm. "With this software release, we've also enhanced our support for Windows to help Microsoft customers better protect their infrastructure." Gaurav Banga, Founder and CEO of Balbix In addition, Balbix now allows security teams to manage the security posture of applications downloaded from the Microsoft Store. Balbix is also announcing a new integration with Microsoft Azure Active Directory single sign-on. About Balbix Balbix enables businesses to reduce cyber risk by quickly identifying and mitigating their riskiest cybersecurity issues. Our SaaS platform, the Balbix Security Cloud™, ingests data from businesses' security and IT tools so they can understand every aspect of their cybersecurity posture, build a unified cyber risk model and obtain actionable insights for risk reduction. With Balbix, businesses can automate their cloud and on-premise asset inventory, conduct continuous risk-based vulnerability management and quantify cyber risk in dollars. Executives and operational teams can make cybersecurity decisions based on data, not opinions.

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Swimlane Launches First Comprehensive Security Automation Ecosystem for OT Environments

Swimlane | November 15, 2022

Swimlane, the low-code security automation company, today announced the formation of the first operational technology (OT) security automation solution ecosystem tailored to meet the combined OT and IT security requirements within critical infrastructure environments. The Biden Administration designated November as Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month, drawing attention to the need for “fortifying our information technology and cybersecurity across sectors.” As cyber threats grow in frequency and severity, security operations teams within industrial organizations are regularly targeted due to the importance of their systems and infrastructure. Given the limited resources at their disposal, security teams within these organizations are struggling to keep up with rapidly evolving threats. The cybersecurity skills gap poses a particularly difficult challenge for organizations with OT environments due to the unique skill set required to navigate the convergence of OT and IT technologies. This is where modern Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) plays an instrumental role. “Our public utilities and critical infrastructure face unique cybersecurity challenges to detect and respond to the convergence of threats targeting their combined OT and IT environments, and cyber-physical systems. “Swimlane is bringing together the best of OT security with our extensible security automation platform to create a robust system of record and control for security operations teams to more quickly process large amounts of security telemetry without needing more resources to defend against breaches.” Cody Cornell Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Swimlane Swimlane’s security automation ecosystem for OT environments currently includes the following: Nozomi Networks for OT and IoT Security: Swimlane and Nozomi Networks, the leader in OT and IoT security, also announced today a technology integration that combines low-code security automation with OT and Internet of Things (IoT) security. The combined solution makes it possible for industrial and critical infrastructure security operations to maintain continuous asset compliance and mitigate the risks of attacks from combined OT and IT entry points. Dataminr Tackles Physical Risk: Swimlane’s integration with Dataminr leverages automated processes to mitigate risks and warn at-risk employees as soon as possible to ensure their safety. The cyber-physical threat response solution saves organizations crucial minutes when connecting with staff members who might be affected by a natural disaster, accident, or social unrest, or other types of physical risk. 1898 & Co. for Managed Threat Detection: 1898 & Co., a preeminent industrial control system (ICS) cybersecurity solutions provider, has selected Swimlane as the core automation platform for their managed threat detection services. These services include the detection of both OT and IT-born threats, machine-speed threat validation and scoring, and rapid remediation of threats using OT response methods. “Security teams chartered with protecting OT environments are struggling to keep pace with emerging threats given their limited resources,” said Joshua Magady, Practice Technical Lead at 1898 & Co. “As cyberattacks on critical infrastructure continue to rise and the cybersecurity skills shortage prevails, we are excited to be working with Swimlane to provide automation solutions that give these important organizations the tools to defend against rising cyber threats effectively.” Working with each technology partner, Swimlane will develop a portfolio of pre-integrated solutions that customers can quickly deploy either through managed services or add to their existing environment. About Swimlane Swimlane is the leader in cloud-scale, low-code security automation. Swimlane unifies security operations in-and-beyond the SOC into a single system of record that helps overcome process and data fatigue, chronic staffing shortages, and quantifying business value. The Swimlane Turbine platform combines human and machine data into actionable intelligence for security leaders.

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Omega Systems Fuels Growth in Northeast Region with Acquisition of the TNS Group

Omega Systems | January 10, 2023

On January 09, 2023, Omega Systems, a Pfingsten Partners portfolio company, announced the acquisition of The TNS Group, a leading IT services provider based in Stamford, CT. The acquisition strengthens and further expands Omega's footprint in the Northeast and key target industries, such as healthcare, fintech and non-profit. The TNS Group has been delivering the offices in Stamford, Fairhaven, MA, New York City, and with technology, IT consulting, and cybersecurity services for over 25 years. In contrast, Omega has over 700 mid-market and enterprise customers in financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, nonprofit, and state/local government across the United States. Bill Kiritsis, Omega Systems Founder & CEO, said, "The TNS Group is a valuable extension to our growing presence in the Northeast, and we're thrilled to welcome them to the Omega family." He further stated, "There are great synergies between our organizations – both in our corporate cultures and our commitment to customers – and we're eager to unite and accelerate our efforts to delivering the world-class IT, security and compliance services today's enterprises require." (Source – PR Web) TNS demonstrates Omega's third strategic acquisition in the past 12 months. Omega previously acquired PICS ITech and ACE IT Solutions, both in 2022. The company now employs over 185 total employees and a growing diverse managed services portfolio that includes managed IT compliance, managed cybersecurity, cloud hosting services, backup and disaster recovery, NOC and SOC services and strategic IT consulting. About Omega Systems Omega Systems is a major managed service provider (MSP) and managed security service provider (MSSP) for mid-sized businesses in the financial services, government, manufacturing, healthcare, and professional services industries. Omega's customer-first solutions are based on its approach to personalized service, designed to address the growing regulatory, compliance and data processing needs of the current highly regulated and security-conscious businesses. About The TNS Group The TNS Group, a Managed Service Provider (MSP), offers cloud solutions, managed security, business continuity, and IT consulting. Its portfolio of solutions helps develop business strategies through technology. It aims to bring value to its clients by simplifying innovative technologies and offering layers of expertise and flexibility to achieve overall goals. TNS serves clients in the fintech, healthcare, nonprofit and shipping/distribution industries.

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