SentinelOne | January 15, 2022
SentinelOne an autonomous cybersecurity platform company, today announced integrations with Remediant, Blue Hexagon, Keysight, and Automox, expanding the set of capabilities available via SentinelOne’s Singularity Marketplace. With comprehensive integrations across enterprise use cases, the Singularity Marketplace enables customers to unify leading technologies to autonomously protect against threats at machine speed.
Enable Zero Trust with Remediant
SentinelOne’s joint solution with Remediant enables organizations to enforce Zero Trust solutions across cloud, hybrid, and on-premises infrastructure with a single agent. With the rise of credential stuffing attacks and ransomware, endpoints and identities are two of the most exploited attack vectors today. SentinelOne captures behavioral telemetry across user endpoints, cloud workloads and IoT, feeding process and file activities to Remediant. This enables administrators, auditors, and incident responders to identify malicious sessions and activity in a single workflow.
“This partnership with SentinelOne marks one of the first, and best, examples of what becomes possible when leading identity and endpoint security solution providers align their capabilities,” said Paul Lanzi, Co-founder, Remediant. “As partners, we are both aware that today's remote workforce has to be secured by a new generation of tools that secure endpoints and privileged access. We're launching this partnership because EDR and identity vendors working together is one of the most powerful things we can do for our customers to ensure they can defend against attacks."
Strengthens Cloud Ransomware Security with Blue Hexagon
SentinelOne’s integration with Blue Hexagon enables the rapid detection and prevention of malware and ransomware in the cloud. As the first line of defense, SentinelOne secures endpoints, cloud workloads and IoT devices with AI powered protection, detection and response. The integration shares Blue Hexagon’s awareness of malware and ransomware reducing the time to respond through automated remediation. In addition, cloud misconfigurations are shared with SentinelOne.
“We are excited to partner with SentinelOne, a leader in XDR, to provide a threat detection and response solution that unifies endpoint, cloud, and network security.With Singularity XDR and Blue Hexagon, joint customers can use leading solutions to seamlessly share ransomware intelligence and automate response across cloud environments.”
Nayeem Islam, CEO and Cofounder, Blue Hexagon
Proactive Threat Simulation with Keysight
SentinelOne’s integration with Keysight allows joint customers to safely simulate threats in order to validate threat detection and remediation. Keysight’s Threat Simulator attacks both network and endpoints from a ‘Dark Web’ environment. Attacks are validated against Singularity XDR’s protection and detection models using SentinelOne’s rich API functionality, identifying gaps in the cyber kill chain and suggesting updates to organizational security infrastructure.
“The integration of Keysight Threat Simulator with SentinelOne is exciting because it allows our joint customers to automate validation of their security processes and defenses before actual threats occur,” said Greg Copeland, Director of Technical Alliances, Keysight. “Cyber defense groups can test and train their operations teams using realistic scenarios, to sharpen their skills and procedures proactively.”
Automate Vulnerability Management with Automox
SentinelOne and Automox’s joint solution delivers end-to-end vulnerability discovery and remediation. As corporate networks become more technically diverse, organizations often struggle to keep up with patch management and cyber hygiene, forcing security teams to adopt multiple tools that require heavy training, dedicated on-site resources, and multiple dashboards. SentinelOne and Automox provide the visibility and workflows needed to significantly reduce the time to remediation and the burden on in-house resources.
“As corporate IT environments become more distributed and overwhelmed with multiple operating systems and a vast inventory of third-party software, organizations are left wide open to cyber attacks,” said Jay Prassl, founder and CEO at Automox. “SentinelOne mirrors our mission to proactively reduce security exposure. Through our partnership, enterprise and government organizations benefit from a powerful, cloud-enabled solution to detect and remediate vulnerabilities, seamlessly and at scale.”
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.
Radware | December 30, 2021
Radware a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, today announced that Armis, a leading unified asset visibility and security platform provider, chose Radware’s Cloud Native Protector to safeguard its Amazon Web Services (AWS) environment. This born-in-the-cloud business adopted Radware’s solution to fortify its cloud security posture and identify potential vulnerabilities before they evolved into threats.
Armis’ security platform enables companies to safely use and control IoT and other unmanaged devices without fear of compromise by cyberattacks. Armis was looking for a solution that would give its DevOps team full visibility and control of its public cloud environment. The company turned to Radware to make it easier for its team to remotely track assets, supervise access to sensitive resources, and detect suspicious activity.
“The Radware team understands that we are a dynamic company with requirements that are constantly changing,” said Roi Amitay, head of DevInfra at Armis. “Radware’s Cloud Native Protector plays an essential role in securing our cloud environment. It helps us see our full cloud picture and focus on what matters most. Radware provides trusted products and support, making this the best solution for our company.”
Radware’s solution enhances the visibility and control Armis has over its public cloud environment. It automates manual analysis and notifies Armis about any publicly exposed assets and potential cyberattacks to help the company prioritize its work.
“Cloud-native companies like Armis have unique and constantly shifting security requirements that need specialized solutions,Our Cloud Native Protector not only secures Armis’ cloud workloads but also is continually assessing risks and improving visibility and governance of their cloud.”
Gilad Barzilay, director of public cloud sales at Radware
Radware’s Cloud Native Protector is an agentless solution that provides centralized visibility and reporting for workloads and accounts on AWS and Microsoft Azure. Its intuitive 360-degree centralized dashboard shows alerts across accounts and clouds with risk-prioritized alerting so that security teams know which alert to focus on first. Using a multi-layered approach that covers a wide security posture of the cloud and threats to individual workloads, the solution also identifies and prevents public exposure of public facing assets, cloud security misconfigurations, excessive permissions, and malicious activity in the cloud.
Radware is a global leader of cyber security and application delivery solutions for physical, cloud, and software defined data centers. Its award-winning solutions portfolio secures the digital experience by providing infrastructure, application, and corporate IT protection, and availability services to enterprises globally. Radware’s solutions empower enterprise and carrier customers worldwide to adapt to market challenges quickly, maintain business continuity, and achieve maximum productivity while keeping costs down. For more information, please visit the Radware website.
SecurityScorecard | April 27, 2022
SecurityScorecard, the global leader in cybersecurity ratings, today introduced its Cyber Risk Quantification (CRQ) capabilities that will enable customers to understand cyber risk in financial terms, enabling organizations to bring cyber risk into holistic business risk analysis, and assisting organizations in a cost-benefit analysis of cyber investment options. SecurityScorecard's CRQ capabilities help customers understand the financial impact of a cyber-attack, gain insight into the probability of incidents over time and quantify the reduction in expected losses if issues are resolved. The SecurityScorecard CRQ capabilities will be included in the company's risk intelligence platform, the industry's first holistic offering that proactively protects organizations from every angle.
"Executives and boards of directors lack the ability to connect cybersecurity budgets to business outcomes, hindering the CISO's ability to justify their cybersecurity budgets. By grounding risk quantification in SecurityScorecard's expansive data, we are bringing cyber security to the forefront of daily decision making. Our goal is to help our customers make informed decisions on how to raise the bar on their cybersecurity defenses with optimized investments, and we will continue to partner with leading CRQ thought leaders to provide the options they are looking for."
Prashant Pai, Senior Vice President and General Manager Strategic Initiatives, SecurityScorecard
To deliver the combined insights of SecurityScorecard's cybersecurity ratings data and leading risk models, SecurityScorecard is partnering with a number of leading CRQ thought leaders and developers including ThreatConnect, and RiskLens, which created Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR™). With multiple views of risk available through the lens of different CRQ frameworks, risk managers can determine which framework is the best fit for their business.
With cyber risks becoming increasingly prevalent, boards of directors and executives need to evaluate those risks and become more involved with cybersecurity. Effectively reporting to the board is a key component of every security leader's job.
According to Gartner® The 2022 Board of Directors Survey, 88% of respondents viewed cybersecurity as a business risk, while 72% stated they are focused on aligning risk, strategy and performance to drive business resilience.1
"The CRQ integration between RiskLens and SecurityScorecard will finally give organizations of all sizes what they need to effectively understand and manage cyber risk: an automated, 'dollars and cents' view of cyber risk," said Nick Sanna, CEO, RiskLens. "Based on the FAIR cyber risk quantification standard, on industry benchmark data and on their SecurityScorecard security rating, organizations can now make risk-informed business decisions."
"ThreatConnect is excited to partner with SecurityScorecard as the combination of their external cybersecurity risk posture and the power of ThreatConnect Risk Quantifier (RQ) connects the outside and inside views for an organization, giving them a 360 degree perspective of the risk to their organizations," said Jerry Caponera, Vice President of Cyber Risk Strategy for ThreatConnect. "Applying ThreatConnect's statistical and machine learning algorithms to the SecurityScorecard data enables customers to easily visualize their risk and, more importantly, prioritize which factors should be improved based on financial risk reductions."
SecurityScorecard's CRQ portfolio enables executives, CISOs and risk managers to obtain a comprehensive view of their cyber risk that enables them to define cyber risk in a universally understood metric and embed those insights into decisions across the organization.
SecurityScorecard's CRQ capabilities also offer:
Scalable risk quantification methodology - With continuous monitoring of over 12 million companies, SecurityScorecard grounds its analysis in a consistent cybersecurity data-driven approach to deliver a real-time view of risk.
Contextualized view of cyber risk - SecurityScorecard directly ties financial impact to the security issues that drive losses.
Multiple risk quantification frameworks– Multiple risk frameworks are integrated into the CRQ capabilities to ease the evaluation and implementation of CRQ.
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. SecurityScorecard is the first cybersecurity ratings company to offer digital forensics and incident response services, providing a 360-degree approach to security prevention and response for its worldwide customer and partner base.
QuSecure | May 21, 2022
QuSecure™, Inc., an innovator in post-quantum cybersecurity (PQC), today introduced its quantum orchestration platform, QuProtect™, the industry’s first end-to-end PQC software-based solution uniquely designed to protect encrypted communications and data with quantum-resilience using quantum secure channels. With QuProtect, for the first time organizations can leverage quantum resilient technology to help prevent today’s cyberattacks, while future-proofing networks and preparing for post-quantum cyberthreats.
Leading experts, including Arthur Herman, senior fellow and director of the Quantum Alliance Initiative at The Hudson Institute, believe that a Cryptographically Relevant Quantum Computer (CRQC), which is a quantum computer that can break current cryptography and will expose the world’s encrypted communications and data, will be available within the next 3-5 years. Additionally, nation-state attackers are currently stealing encrypted data, using a “Steal Now, Decrypt Later” (SNDL) strategy to collect global encrypted data, which will be retroactively decrypted once a CRQC is available. As a result, on May 4, the White House mandated PQC compliance via the National Security Memorandum “Promoting United States Leadership in Quantum Computing While Mitigating Risks to Vulnerable Cryptographic Systems.” Also, the bipartisan Endless Frontiers Act would establish a Technology and Innovation Directorate at the National Science Foundation which would use $100 billion in federal funds over five years to research emerging technologies including quantum computing, and specifically mentions the need for PQC. Organizations will need to follow suit to protect their data and communications from post-quantum cyberthreats.
QuProtect provides quantum-resilient cryptography, anytime, anywhere and on any device. QuProtect uses an end-to-end quantum security as a service (QSaaS) architecture that addresses the digital ecosystem’s most vulnerable aspects, uniquely combining zero-trust, next-generation post-quantum-cryptography, quantum-strength keys, high availability, easy deployment, and active defense into a comprehensive and interoperable cybersecurity suite. The end-to-end approach is designed around the entire data lifecycle as data is stored, communicated, and used.
“Quantum technologies have the potential to represent a platform shift, and platform shifts don’t come around that often,” said Laura Thomas, former CIA Chief of Base with more than 17 years in various national security and leadership roles and currently VP of Corporate Strategy at ColdQuanta, a quantum computing and sensing company. “When they do, they bring enormous opportunity coupled with the power for intense disruption, in all arenas, to include national security and economic security. Organizations should be evaluating post-quantum encryption solutions now and mapping out the resources and timelines needed to deploy them on their networks. QuSecure is playing a key role in future-proofing our networks from current classical and future quantum attacks.”
QuSecure also today announced its formal company launch. See accompanying company launch press release issued by QuSecure today at QuSecure Company Launch.
“Enterprises are charged with providing high levels of data security,” said Skip Sanzeri, QuSecure Founder and COO. “We are facing the largest computer upgrade cycle in history as all public key cryptography globally needs to be upgraded to PQC. Our QuProtect solution provides organizations with a first-mover advantage as the industry accelerates toward a quantum future. QuProtect allows organizations and their clients to maintain the highest level of quantum-resilient security to address cyberthreats with minimal disruption to existing systems.”
QuProtect protects any node on the network by using National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) approved quantum algorithms to create secure quantum communications channels. Its technology enables backwards compatibility and can translate back and forth from PQC to standard Transport Layer Security (TLS), ensuring interoperability with any network. No other company combines QuSecure’s broad-based quantum and post-quantum technologies providing secure, interoperable cybersecurity to protect organizations’ networks from quantum threats. QuProtect’s unique differentiators include (partial list):
Post-quantum open-source, end-to-end data protection on all platforms and networks – QuSecure applies post-quantum protections to all systems and devices – from cloud, to server, to laptop, to edge and IoT – protecting communications and data. QuProtect uses Quantum Random Number Generation (QRNG) to create quantum-resilient cryptographic keys which provide entropy throughout the entire network. Network-wide entropy is important because true quantum randomness protects systems from vulnerabilities and attacks such as pattern detection and cryptanalysis.
Easy integration and deployment with zero client-side installations supporting most platforms – QuProtect is designed to be simple to deploy, operate and manage for existing devices and systems. Any existing platform that runs cryptography can be upgraded to PQC through QuProtect’s software-upgrade solutions.
QuSecure’s solution enables controlled, phased deployment in highest priority segments first, enabling organizations to audit and/or delay endpoints which don’t need immediate upgrade. QuProtect permits instantaneous re-selection of algorithms enabling crypto agility while NIST finalizes the PQC algorithms to be standardized.
Continuous monitoring and attack resilience – QuProtect improves security through continuous anomaly monitoring, machine learning-enabled attack detection, and active remediation.
QuProtect is the industry’s most advanced PQC solution providing end-to-end quantum-resilience for many of today’s critical use cases, including satellite, network, and IoT communications. QuProtect can be hosted on-premise or via cloud-based orchestration delivering the most compatible solution to the post-quantum problem. An organization can implement PQC across all devices on the network with minimal disruption to existing systems, protecting against current and future classical and quantum attacks which could irreparably disrupt industries and infrastructures across government and commercial sectors.
QuSecure is an innovator in post-quantum cybersecurity with a mission to protect enterprise and government data from quantum and classical cybersecurity threats. Its patent-pending, quantum-safe solutions provide an easy transition path to quantum resiliency across any organization. The company’s QuProtect solution is the industry’s first PQC software-based platform uniquely designed to protect encrypted communications and data with quantum-resilience using a quantum secure channel. QuSecure has current customer deployments in banking/finance, healthcare, space/satellite, IT/data enterprises, datacenters and various Department of Defense agencies. QuSecure is investor backed and has offices in Silicon Valley.