DATA SECURITY,PLATFORM SECURITY,SOFTWARE SECURITY
Malwarebytes | November 28, 2022
Malwarebytes, a global leader in real-time cyber protection, today announced a new partnership with Stellar Cyber, an industry-leading Open XDR platform that delivers comprehensive, unified security without complexity. The partnership helps resource-constrained teams produce consistent security outcomes across all environments; on-premises, cloud and anything in between.
The partnership comes at a critical time in the cybersecurity landscape, as security products become more complex and IT teams spend more time maintaining their security controls, instead of investigating and mitigating cyber threats. According to a 2020 report from Palo Alto Networks, only 46 percent of security operations decision makers are satisfied with their current ability to detect threats. "They point to wasted time chasing false leads, poorly integrated security tools, and a large learning curve for effectively using those tools," according to the report.
"Every security team should be able to deliver continuous, consistent security regardless of their skills or experience. "By tightly integrating Malwarebytes' cutting-edge EDR technology with the Stellar Cyber Open XDR platform, IT teams are able to close the gaps between security controls that attackers exploit."
Andrew Homer, Vice-President of Technology Alliances at Stellar Cyber
The integration pairs Malwarebytes' EDR solution–which collects detailed threat information for analysis and investigation–with the Stellar Cyber Open XDR Platform that ingests, normalizes, and enriches security data, including endpoints, network, cloud and logs into a single repository. Malwarebytes EDR collects critical endpoint and server data and sends it to Stellar Cyber, which analyzes the data to identify potential threats. As security analysts complete investigation in Stellar Cyber, response actions are sent to Malwarebytes to eliminate the threat.
"Today's IT and security teams spend more time sifting through data than eliminating actual threats. Organizations need real-time data sharing and visibility to enable decisive actions before attackers are successful," said Brian Thomas, Malwarebytes Vice President of Worldwide MSP and Channel programs. "Stellar Cyber shares our mission to simplify cybersecurity for resource-constrained organizations. Together we uniquely deliver an intelligent and automated solution that allows security teams to be more efficient, and organizations more productive and protected."
About Stellar Cyber
Stellar Cyber Open XDR platform delivers comprehensive, unified security without complexity, empowering lean security teams of any skill to successfully secure their environments. With Stellar Cyber, organizations reduce risk with early and precise identiﬁcation and remediation of threats while slashing costs, retaining investments in existing tools, and improving analyst productivity, delivering an 8X improvement in MTTD and a 20X improvement in MTTR. The company is based in Silicon Valley.
Malwarebytes believes that when people and organizations are free from threats, they are free to thrive. Founded in 2008, Malwarebytes CEO Marcin Kleczynski had one mission: to rid the world of malware. Today, that mission has expanded to provide cyberprotection for every one. Malwarebytes provides consumers and organizations with device protection, privacy, and prevention through effective, intuitive, and inclusive solutions in the home, on-the-go, at work, or on campus.
ANGLEPOINT | December 08, 2022
Anglepoint, the leading Software Asset Management (SAM) services provider for the Public Sector and the Global 2000, has launched the Software Supply Chain Security (SSCS) offering. As mandated by Executive Order 14028, federal government agencies must complete a full audit of their software as part of widespread efforts to improve the nation's cybersecurity. The SSCS offering encompasses a pre-packaged suite of tools and support for agency compliance with the new requirements as set forth by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in accordance with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) under publication 800-218.
"More than ever before, the government's mission to safeguard information and systems against threats and vulnerabilities sits firmly at the forefront of every agency Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Anglepoint stands ready to assist Federal agencies in meeting all requirements as specified by the OMB security regulations in accordance with NIST 800-218 within the designated time frames. We are excited to collaborate with government agencies to meet these important milestones."
-Philippe de Raet, Anglepoint's Vice President of Business Development for Public Sector clients.
SSCS addresses the three major areas of the regulations that agencies must meet, including: 1) completing a software inventory, 2) developing process and training plans, and 3) attaining self-attestation from all software vendors. Anglepoint's Chief Product Officer, Kris Johnson, says, Anglepoint understands the unique security concerns faced by the US government. SSCS was carefully crafted to offer agencies a level of service in achieving compliance with these complicated regulations that is not available anywhere else. Rather than relying on already over-burdened internal teams or a patchwork of outside consultants, Anglepoint's SSCS experts take agencies through each step necessary to achieve compliance while adhering to the quick succession of deadlines.
Anglepoint is the leading provider of SAM & ITAM services to the Fortune 500 & Global 2000. Anglepoint's services drive cost optimization, risk mitigation, strategic planning within the cloud, SaaS, enterprise software and hardware estates of complex hybrid IT environments. We deliver comprehensive managed services including SAM strategy, execution, process automation, technology selection and implementation.
PLATFORM SECURITY,SOFTWARE SECURITY
Stellar Cyber | December 20, 2022
Stellar Cyber, the innovator of Open XDR, today announced a new integration with Netskope, a global leader in secure access service edge (SASE). This powerful integration makes it easy for enterprise and MSSP users of the Stellar Cyber Open XDR platform to improve visibility of risks and threats by incorporating the rich user-centric data generated by Netskope in every investigation conducted by their security analysts.
Under this integration, Netskope maintains visibility and control across five lanes of user traffic, including web, managed SaaS, unmanaged SaaS, cloud service providers, and public-facing custom apps in one single-pass cloud architecture. At the same time, Stellar Cyber ingests, normalizes, and analyzes Netskope data and all other collected data to identify potential threats creating prioritized, investigation-ready incidents. As security analysts complete incident investigations, Stellar Cyber automatically initiates response actions to third-party products integrated into the solution, including Netskope.
“Making it easy for our customers that use Stellar Cyber to incorporate Netskope’s valuable user insights into their investigations is another way for us to bring them new levels of security visibility. “Making security analysts more productive means attacker dwell time decreases, reducing the risk of breach across our customer's environment.”
Andy Horwitz, VP of Business Development at Netskope
“Automatically incorporating Netskope’s rich user data into every investigation in the Stellar Cyber platform adds critical context that previously required significant manual effort, which should be especially important to customers with lean security teams focused on reducing the workload on their SOC analysts,” said Andrew Homer, VP, Technology Alliances at Stellar Cyber. “With this integration, we continue to deliver what our customers, and the market, expect.”
About Stellar Cyber
Stellar Cyber’s Open XDR platform delivers comprehensive, unified security without complexity, empowering lean security teams of any skill to secure their environments successfully. With Stellar Cyber, organizations reduce risk with early and precise identification and remediation of threats while slashing costs, retaining investments in existing tools, and improving analyst productivity, delivering an 8X improvement in MTTD and a 20X improvement in MTTR. The company is based in Silicon Valley.
DATA SECURITY, PLATFORM SECURITY, SOFTWARE SECURITY
Noname Security | November 02, 2022
Noname Security, the leading API security company, today shared its EMEA channel strategy, which builds on significant momentum achieved in the past six months and is led by Ides Vanneuville, recently appointed EMEA Channels & Alliances Director.
Vanneuville is an experienced leader in the cybersecurity market with a strong track record in cybersecurity and solutions engineering, having held a number of senior positions at organisations such as Palo Alto Networks, Nutanix, and Aviatrix.
Demand for API security solutions is accelerating throughout EMEA as businesses continue to transition to public cloud and are increasingly adopting cloud-native development strategies. High-profile API breaches have underlined the critical nature of API security and the need for advanced solutions such as the Noname API Security Platform that accelerate digital transformation while addressing API security risks and vulnerabilities.
This offers a new and growing market for established cybersecurity resellers and new entrants alike.
"I am excited to join Noname Security at a time when the channel is transforming to meet growing demand for the powerful yet easy-to-use API security that our platform delivers," comments Vanneuville. "We are building productive partnerships with traditional cybersecurity companies seeking to expand their offering into the DevSecOps market, along with the innovative application-centric resellers that are carving out opportunities in this space."
Noname Security operates a 100% indirect sales model, and its channel strategy focuses on building out presence across EMEA by securing key partnerships with a range of cybersecurity resellers, consultancies, systems integrators, and distributors.
Since March 2022, Noname Security has signed new partnerships with Oblivion, part of Xebia (Netherlands, Denmark & Germany), NewGens Pte (Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand), CyberGate Defense (UAE), Evanssion (Middle East & Africa), Aditinet (Italy), iSOC24 (Benelux) and HighPoint (UK & NL) . These partners join a diverse group of existing partners across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
These partners will be supported by Noname Security's global partner program, which provides the resources they need to address key customer pain points in their region and build sizable revenue opportunities in the API security market. The program is tailored to reflect the variations in maturity and background of the API security market in each geographic area.
"API security is a rapidly evolving area that wraps around the ways APIs are being used in different territories," adds Vanneuville. "For example, the increase in open banking in emerging regions like Turkey is driving demand for API security in that region, and we have new Noname Security partners in place to meet that need. Similarly, the booming m-commerce market in Africa is a valuable target for our partners to focus on. Our program helps partners target these key vertical markets and build a reputation for excellence."
API Security Workshops Provide Essential Partner and Market Education
Noname Security is running a series of workshops to educate the market and channel partners about the importance of protecting APIs against attacks and how to go about it. These are currently available, both virtually and in-person in a variety of worldwide cities, and will help Noname's channel partners as well as their end-users to understand:
The underlying security risks when deploying APIs
Emerging threats facing applications and APIs
Techniques used to exploit vulnerable APIs
How Noname Security monitors API traffic for anomalies.
"These educational workshops form an important part of Noname's go-to-market strategy," concludes Vanneuville. "An educated market is a receptive market, and with these workshops we aim to ensure that customers and partners fully understand the urgency of securing APIs in order to protect core revenue streams against disruptive attackers. This is a relatively new area, but one that is of critical importance for the success and stability of modern enterprises as the cloud transition continues and born-in-the-cloud businesses ramp up innovation and expansion."
About Noname Security
Noname Security is the only company taking a complete, proactive approach to API security. Noname works with 20% of the Fortune 500 and covers the entire API security scope across three pillars: posture management, runtime security and API security testing. Noname Security is privately held, remote-first with headquarters in Palo Alto, California, and offices in Tel Aviv and Amsterdam.