Netskope | May 24, 2022
Netskope, the leader in Security Service Edge (SSE) and zero trust,announced a key expansion of data protection capabilities to endpoint devices and private apps. The introduction of a patented endpoint data loss prevention (DLP) solution will enable Netskope Intelligent SSE customers to protect data everywhere it moves across the hybrid enterprise.
Zero trust principles are critical to SSE, which describes the security stack needed to enable a modern Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) architecture. Data protection is of utmost importance throughout a SASE architecture—specifically, the need for security to move with data wherever it is accessed, and apply zero trust to determine the right level of access. Additionally, legacy and endpoint DLP offerings have failed enterprises by being siloed, complicated, and intrusive, hindering user productivity.
Netskope has been consistently recognized by top industry analysts for its advanced data protection capabilities. With today's continued expansion of the Netskope Intelligent SSE platform, Netskope customers will be able to protect data across SaaS, IaaS, private applications, web, e-mail, and endpoint devices from a single converged data protection solution, leveraging machine learning, user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), and insider threat mitigation capabilities to improve security efficacy, efficiency, and agility.
Notable features of Endpoint DLP include:
Context-aware, zero trust data protection on local peripherals and devices, such as USB drives and printers
Unified data classification, policy enforcement, and incident management for DLP across SaaS, IaaS, private apps, web, e-mail, and endpoint devices
A patented lightweight endpoint agent with cloud-based inspection and contextual data protection policies that enhance the user experience
Machine learning and Advanced Analytics to help simplify data classification and policy definition, lowering operational overhead
UEBA, which makes it possible to identify and stop complex data loss scenarios such as insider risk, where users are unintentionally or even maliciously abusing their access to data
"No SASE or zero trust journey will be successful without data protection capabilities that can address all critical use cases in a way that is easy to deploy and doesn't slow down users, The introduction of Endpoint DLP extends Netskope's award-winning data protection capabilities that much further, to critical use cases with endpoint devices. While some competitors may offer unified policy and management or provide data protection for certain vectors, Netskope is the only vendor that can provide truly converged data protection across the full IT environment. We are very excited to deliver Endpoint DLP to customers as another Netskope game-changer."
John Martin, Chief Product Officer, Netskope
"With Netskope's new eDLP, we can now offer single-pass data protection —across all vectors, from the cloud to the endpoint —with unified policies, within a single management console," said Mick Coady, Global Vice President CyberSecurity Solutions, World Wide Technology. "As a Platinum Partner in Netskope's Evolve partner program, we're seeing the huge growth opportunity that Netskope's Intelligent SSE approach represents. This new addition will accelerate that growth."
A work-from-anywhere, or "hybrid," environment makes it increasingly difficult to maintain security models based on implicit trust in any entity that wants to connect. Zero trust principles enable organizations to govern access to data based on behavior by users, devices, networks, and applications— increasing confidence in policy enforcement everywhere. By evaluating several contextual elements—user identity, device identity and security posture, time of day, geolocation, business role, sensitivity level of the data, and more—the resource itself can determine an appropriate level of confidence, or trust, only for that specific interaction and only for that specific resource. Using Netskope Intelligent SSE with zero trust principles applied throughout the environment, businesses become more agile, reduce risk, and streamline solution deployment and maintenance.
"DLP has been extremely complicated and cumbersome, and that's before you factor in cloud, web, email, private apps, and endpoints," said Frank Dickson, IDC Group Vice President, Security & Trust. "Netskope looks to address complexity with integration, providing a unified cloud delivered solution. Compared to old school network and endpoint-based DLP solutions, having DLP in this integrated solution makes it dramatically easier to protect data wherever it may be and in a manner that is frictionless for end users. It is a win-win."
Netskope, a global cybersecurity leader, is redefining cloud, data, and network security to help organizations apply zero trust principles to protect data. The Netskope Intelligent Security Service Edge (SSE) platform is fast, easy to use, and secures people, devices, and data anywhere they go. Netskope helps customers reduce risk, accelerate performance, and get unrivaled visibility into any cloud, web, and private application activity. Thousands of customers, including more than 25 of the Fortune 100, trust Netskope to address evolving threats, new risks, technology shifts, organizational and network changes, and new regulatory requirements.
NowSecure | July 06, 2022
NowSecure, the leading standards-based mobile app security and privacy software company, today announced a new GitHub Action for Dependency Graph integration to bring automated mobile app Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) generation to developer workflows directly inside GitHub. Now iOS and Android mobile app developers can gain visibility into the components, third-party libraries and frameworks they use and ensure their proper version, security and privacy as they build them — all to deliver high-quality, secure mobile app releases faster.
GitHub,the leading software development platform for more than 83 million developers, announced new extensions for dependency information in the GitHub Dependency Graph with new GitHub Actions. As a recognized leader in mobile app security, NowSecure has delivered the first automated dynamic mobile app SBOM solution integrated into GitHub Dependency Graph. The NowSecure GitHub Action for Mobile SBOM to populate the GitHub Dependency Graph is now available in early access via the GitHub Marketplace. In addition, the NowSecure Platform can now be purchased through Microsoft Azure Marketplace. As part of the early access program, all GitHub mobile developers can request a free scan for dynamic SBOM generation into GitHub Dependency Graph.
Underlying the urgency of managing software dependencies, software supply-chain attacks in 2021 grew by 650% with major incidents from SolarWinds, Microsoft, Kasaya, log4j and others. White House Cybersecurity Orders in 2021 identified critical risks in the global software supply chain and set out requirements for government agencies to establish standards and policies for securing the software supply chain.
"Developers want to deliver innovative, high-quality mobile applications fast," said NowSecure CEO Alan Snyder. "This means they need a developer-first, easy to use and accurate mobile security solution embedded directly in their dev workflows. While mobile developers depend on third-party code for innovative experiences, complex functionality and time to market, they must ensure the code they use is up to date and secure. We are excited to extend our partnership with GitHub and the community by adding dynamic SBOM generation into GitHub Dependency Graph to help developers protect their software supply chain."
NowSecure offers two GitHub Actions for automated mobile app analysis and mobile app SBOMs. The NowSecure GitHub Action provides automated static and dynamic security analysis of iOS and Android mobile apps built in any language or framework including Swift, Objective-C, Java, Kotlin, Dart, React-Native and more. The NowSecure GitHub Action for Mobile SBOMs generates component detail for visibility into the libraries/frameworks included in all mobile apps, identifying transitive dependencies, pinpointing libraries/frameworks that are using older versions, identifying components that remain but may have previously specified to be removed, and uncovering component license details.
"The NowSecure GitHub Action for Mobile SBOM populates the GitHub Dependency Graph with mobile data so that in the future GitHub Dependabot alerts can update dependencies to the latest and more secure versions of libraries in mobile apps. "Furthermore, comparing SBOMs and dependencies from different versions of a mobile app provides insight into changes made by the developer over time that may require further analysis or help identify technical debt. Overall, we've been very impressed with GitHub's implementation, enabling third-parties to extend the Dependency Graph and Dependabot to support new ecosystems like mobile."
NowSecure CTO David Weinstein
"The software supply chain starts with the developer. Extending automated visibility into your SBOM means developers can significantly reduce their usage of vulnerable software dependencies as well as be confident in shipping new mobile features and products with security built in by design," said Jose Palafox, Director of Business Partnerships at GitHub.
The NowSecure GitHub Action for Mobile SBOM early access program for GitHub Dependabot Graph is part of the world's most comprehensive suite for mobile app security including NowSecure Platform for continuous security testing in the development pipeline for DevSecOps, NowSecure Workstation kit for pen tester productivity, NowSecure Supply Chain Risk Management, NowSecure Pen Testing Services, and NowSecure Academy training courseware for dev and security teams. Built on a foundation of standards and automation, NowSecure empowers organizations to deliver secure mobile apps faster and continuously monitor their mobile app supply chains for risk. Top mobile innovators, global businesses and agencies trust NowSecure to secure their mobile apps including AT&T, Caribou Coffee, Chime, iRobot and Uber.
As the standards-based mobile app security and privacy company, NowSecure protects the Mobile App Economy. The world's most demanding organizations, innovative mobile developers and advanced security teams entrust NowSecure to safeguard millions of mobile app users across banking, insurance, high tech, IoT, retail, hospitality, energy and government sectors. Only NowSecure delivers the full solution suite of continuous security testing for DevSecOps, mobile app supply-chain monitoring, expert mobile pen testing and training courseware with the depth, speed, accuracy, and efficiency to meet modern business demands. Dedicated to the open-source community and standards including OWASP, ioXt and NIAP, NowSecure is SOC 2 certified and recognized by IDC, Gartner, Deloitte Fast 500, and TAG Cyber.
SecurityScorecard | June 23, 2022
SecurityScorecard, the global leader in cybersecurity ratings announced today that it has joined Snowflake's Partner Network, enabling mutual customers to gain instant visibility into their own security posture and that of their third and fourth party software vendors.
Catching Third-Party Risks Early
Snowflake customers now have access to "call" security data within Snowflake, gaining direct access to SecurityScorecard Ratings data that can be correlated with various systems and processes including third party risk, identity and access and IT asset management to catch potential security risks early and create a unified view.
"CISOs need to know the scale and scope of their cyber environment and that includes third and fourth-party vendors that can pose substantial risks to their organization," said Alex Rich, Vice President of Alliances at SecurityScorecard. "The insights gleaned from continuous monitoring with SecurityScorecard ratings data helps Snowflake data cloud customers get a broad view into their Third Party Risk Management, supply chain management, and business intelligence applications with continuous cybersecurity data."
SecurityScorecard collects and analyzes global threat signals that give organizations instant visibility into the security posture of vendors and business partners as well as the capability to do a self-assessment of their own security posture. The technology continuously monitors 10 groups of risk factors to instantly deliver an easy-to-understand A-F rating.
The Snowflake Partner Network unlocks the potential of the Data Cloud with a broad array of tools and partners. Certified partnerships and integrations enable customers to leverage Snowflake's flexibility, performance, and ease of use to deliver more meaningful data insights.
"With SecurityScorecard on the Snowflake Data Marketplace - organizations can now access and use robust vendor risk data directly in their Snowflake account. "Joint customers of Snowflake and SecurityScorecard can now easily combine, enrich, and contextualize vendor risk data with procurement, legal, IT, compliance, and security data, systems, and processes, accelerating the modern CIO and CISO's priority of data-driven, risk-based, and automated security and compliance."
Joshua McKibben, Director Security Compliance & Risk Management at Snowflake
"Our partnership with SecurityScorecard is delivering customers the detailed cybersecurity ratings data they need to refine and enrich data around numerous different use cases," said Tarik Dwiek, Head of Technology Alliances at Snowflake. "From third party risk and M&A due diligence, to cyber insurance, SecurityScorecard and Snowflake are helping global enterprises better manage their third-party risk management programs."
Funded by world-class investors including Evolution Equity Partners, Silver Lake Waterman, Sequoia Capital, GV, Riverwood Capital, and others, SecurityScorecard is the global leader in cybersecurity ratings with more than 12 million companies continuously rated. Founded in 2013 by security and risk experts Dr. Aleksandr Yampolskiy and Sam Kassoumeh, SecurityScorecard's patented rating technology is used by over 30,000 organizations for enterprise risk management, third-party risk management, board reporting, due diligence, cyber insurance underwriting, and regulatory oversight.
SentinelOne | May 31, 2022
SentinelOne, an autonomous cybersecurity platform company, today announced SentinelOne XDR Response for Okta, enabling security teams to quickly respond to credential compromise and identity-based attacks. The integration of SentinelOne’s XDR platform with Okta’s identity management capabilities offers a powerful new solution to accelerate response and minimize enterprise risk.
“Attackers exploit endpoint and identity security and access gaps. SentinelOne and Okta are leaders in securing both of these enterprise domains. “Incorporating SentinelOne Singularity XDR into the Okta identity platform improves the contextual awareness of our solution, ensuring that every identity is verified and malicious actors cannot advance laterally in pursuit of high-value targets. With SentinelOne across enterprise attack surfaces and Okta enforcing identity policies, organizations enjoy the best of both worlds in a single solution.”
Stephen Lee, VP Technical Strategy & Partnerships, Okta
According to the 2022 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, 82% of breaches involved the human element including the use of stolen credentials. While there are existing solutions that secure various pieces of the enterprise they are often siloed, causing gaps in visibility and making it difficult to achieve a holistic understanding of an organization’s security posture.
“Groupon is on a constant journey of modernization, adopting new and cutting-edge cloud technologies like SentinelOne Singularity XDR and Okta to best protect our employees and customers,” said Ryan Ogden, Director of Information Security, Groupon. “Consolidating context from various tools and automating response force multiplies our team to address the growing scale and speed of threats.”
SentinelOne’s StorylineTM observes all concurrent processes across OSs and cloud workloads, providing rich context for any potential endpoint security incident. When a threat is detected, Singularity XDR informs Okta of the last logged-in user for that endpoint and Okta provides identity context from Okta data. By combining XDR and identity context, the joint solution helps security analysts quickly determine who is doing what on which device, significantly reducing the risk of endpoint or identity-based attacks.
SentinelOne XDR Response for Okta provides a fully automated remediation process, alleviating the burden on the SOC team and allowing analysts to focus on higher-value tasks. Other key use cases include:
Threat Enrichment - automatically enriches threats within Singularity XDR with recent login information via Okta to make security data actionable.
User Suspension - terminates active sessions originating from compromised devices to minimize response time for prevention and remediation.
Reset Password - forces password resets, preventing SSO-enabled lateral movement across corporate applications.
Force Reauthentication - initiates a multi-factor authentication (MFA) workflow within Okta, locking the account until the user re-authenticates with a valid MFA token for identity verification.
“Compromising identities and moving laterally to exploit an organization’s ‘crown jewels’ is the blueprint of modern attacks,” said Yonni Shelmerdine, Vice President of Product Management, SentinelOne. “Organizations need robust endpoint protection and visibility into user sessions to respond effectively to malicious activity. With SentinelOne and Okta, enterprises gain enterprise-grade context for effective security operations.”
SentinelOne’s cybersecurity solution encompasses AI-powered prevention, detection, response and hunting across endpoints, containers, cloud workloads, and IoT devices in a single autonomous XDR platform.