Checkmarx | October 12, 2023
Checkmarx, a leading provider of cloud-native application security solutions, has launched version 3.0 of its AI-powered Checkmarx One enterprise AppSec platform. Specifically developed for enterprise cloud development, Checkmarx One 3.0 enhances the developer experience significantly. It extends the AI-driven security features of the platform's CheckAI Plug-in, augments its reporting and analytics capabilities, and bolsters its Supply Chain Security solution, ensuring robust and efficient application security for enterprises.
Sandeep Johri, CEO at Checkmarx, stated,
Checkmarx One is the AI-driven application security (AppSec)platform for today and for the future. Enterprise CISOs now see the strength of their AppSec as critical to their overall security postures.
Johri mentioned the importance of harnessing AI to safeguard intricate enterprise applications. They highlighted the need for the platform to be user-friendly for developers while providing a strong defense against software supply chain attacks.
Checkmarx One Version 3.0 offers:
AI-Powered Application Security
Seamless Developer Experience
Expanded Supply Chain Security Capabilities
Advanced API Security
Consolidated, Simplified AppSec
Advanced Reporting and Analytics
Amit Daniel, Chief Marketing Officer at Checkmarx, said,
Checkmarx One offers tremendous and measurable benefits for our customers, improving both developer experience and application security for a more seamless faster time-to-market and AppSec experience.
Daniel mentioned that a Fortune 500 customer tailored their AppSec solution, enhanced their AppSec skills through secure code training, and established a security champions program to connect development and AppSec teams. As a result, there was a 1600x increase in the number of vulnerabilities remediated, significantly enhancing enterprise security.
Checkmarx, a leader in enterprise application security, offers Checkmarx One, a cloud-native AppSec platform promoting DevSecTrust in enterprises. Informed by insights from their renowned AppSec security research team and powered by AI-driven technology, the platform empowers AppSec, CISOs, and development leaders to focus on key business impact areas. It secures every development phase for all applications, from initial coding to production, harmonizing the evolving needs of security and development teams.
Going beyond traditional paradigms, Checkmarx ensures security permeates every aspect. The company serves 1,800+ customers, including 60% of Fortune 100 organizations, and is committed to its customers' safety and the security of applications shaping daily lives.
Skybox Security | September 14, 2023
Skybox Security, a leading Exposure Management solutions provider, has unveiled the next generation of its prestigious Continuous Exposure Management Platform. This 13.0 release introduces significant enhancements to its solution for Attack Surface and Vulnerability Management, which revolutionizes the manner businesses manage and mitigate cyber exposure risk.
Attack Surface Management Delivers Complete Visibility
Skybox's Surface Management solution provides an extensive inventory and map of users' assets and applications. It evaluates and simulates attack paths. The result is a dynamic security model for the hybrid attack surface. Version 13.0 introduces significant new features, including:
New Attack Surface Map
Enhanced Attack Path Analysis
Cloud Infrastructure Integration
Vulnerability Management Deepens Exposure Insights
Skybox's Vulnerability Management solution combines more than 25 third-party threat intelligence feeds with its own Skybox Threat Intelligence feed in order to prioritize threats based on exposure risk and remediate vulnerabilities with prescriptive guidance. With Version 13.0, businesses are able to:
Import Vulnerability Data
New Business-Focused' Solutions View'
Mordecai Rosen, CEO of Skybox Security, said,
In today's complex threat landscape, organizations need to continuously manage their threat exposure based on the prioritized risks to their business.
[Source – Business Wire]
Rosen stated that the Skybox platform now supports every stage of an enterprise's continuous exposure management (CEM) program, from mapping the attack surface through contextualization and risk-based prioritization to final remediation. It was also mentioned that the latest enhancements enable organizations to further improve their security posture and substantially reduce the risk of a successful attack.
Skybox is trusted by over 500 of the world's largest and most security-conscious enterprises for providing insights and assurance to stay ahead of dynamically changing attack surfaces. Its Exposure Management Platform provides complete analytics, visibility, and automation to quickly prioritize, map, and remediate vulnerabilities across organizations. The vendor-agnostic solution optimizes security policies, actions, and change processes across all cloud environments and corporate networks. With Skybox, security teams can emphasize the most strategic business initiatives while ensuring enterprises remain protected.
Business Wire | November 02, 2023
SCYTHE, a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions, announces the release of SCYTHE 4.1, the latest evolution in its cutting-edge cyber resilience offering. This release brings new and enhanced features to empower organizations in their continuous efforts to strengthen their cybersecurity posture.
SaaS Offering for Unparalleled Flexibility
SCYTHE 4.1 introduces its initial Software as a Service (SaaS) offering, providing organizations with newfound deployment flexibility. This SaaS option offers the same robust capabilities as the on-premises version, ensuring that teams can choose the deployment model that best suits their needs without pricing changes. SCYTHE's commitment to flexibility ensures that organizations can secure their infrastructure on their terms.
Advanced Agent Support with Scheduling for Continuous Testing
To unlock even greater control over security testing, SCYTHE 4.1 introduces advanced agent support with scheduling. This feature allows organizations to perform continuous testing by automating the deployment and execution of security assessments at specified intervals. With the power of scheduling, teams can proactively identify threats, assess controls, and evaluate their readiness to respond to cyber threats. SCYTHE empowers organizations to maintain the highest level of cyber resilience without manual intervention.
Cloppy - Your AI-Powered Security Analyst
In a significant leap forward, SCYTHE unveils the early access beta release of "Cloppy," its supervised machine learning (ML)-based AI analyst chatbot. Cloppy enhances team productivity, job satisfaction, and cybersecurity capabilities by delivering instant insights and recommendations. This AI-driven assistant will leverage private knowledge base instances, ensuring sensitive information stays secure. Cloppy is poised to become a trusted companion for security professionals, providing real-time guidance and augmenting their decision-making processes.
As cyber threats continue to evolve, so must our approach to cybersecurity. SCYTHE 4.1 represents our commitment to innovation and empowering organizations to stay ahead of cyber adversaries, said Marc Brown, Head of Product at SCYTHE. With our SaaS offering, advanced agent support, and the introduction of Cloppy, we're equipping organizations with the tools they need to enhance their cyber resilience while simplifying offensive security.
SCYTHE 4.1 Platform is now available for both new and existing customers. For more information on SCYTHE's comprehensive cyber resilience solutions, please visit https://scythe.io.
SCYTHE represents a paradigm shift in cybersecurity risk management, empowering organizations to Attack, Detect, and Respond efficiently. The SCYTHE platform enables collaboration between red, blue, and purple teams to build and emulate real-world adversarial campaigns. SCYTHE's innovative dual-deployment options and comprehensive features ensure a proactive cybersecurity approach. Headquartered in Arlington, VA, SCYTHE is privately funded by distinguished partners dedicated to shaping a more resilient cybersecurity landscape.
Lacework | September 15, 2023
Lacework, a company specializing in data-driven cloud security, and Snowflake, a prominent Data Cloud company, have jointly announced an expanded partnership. This partnership aims to propel the evolution of cloud infrastructure while enhancing cloud security automation at scale. Through this extended collaboration, security teams gain direct access to their Lacework cloud security data using Snowflake's secure data sharing, thus enabling unified visibility and tailored automation.
Ulfar Erlingsson, Chief Architect, Lacework, said,
Snowflake has been a dedicated platform partner as Lacework has scaled our business to support over 900 customers — ranging from small, early-stage startups to some of the most sophisticated enterprises running in the cloud space today — whose operations result in tremendous volume, variety, and velocity of security-relevant data.
[Source – Cision PR Newswire]
Erlingsson mentioned that, over the past seven years, Lacework had successfully conducted timely and efficient data processing by utilizing the Snowflake Data Cloud, even among a highly skewed set of customers. He further explained that their extended partnership with Snowflake would enhance their ability to serve joint customers at a cloud scale. This would apply whether customers needed them to handle only a small amount of security data or data processing at rates as high as 10s of gigabytes per second.
As generative AI advances and becomes more accessible across various industries, the frequency and severity of cybersecurity threats are on the rise. This trend is driven by businesses accelerating their development processes and increasing cloud data generation. Addressing this new era of cloud security necessitates a fundamentally fresh approach, and Lacework's platform is designed to efficiently manage the substantial volume of data within an organization's cloud ecosystem. This includes data related to code, identities, containers, and multi-cloud infrastructure, with Snowflake serving as a critical platform partner.
Through the combined capabilities of Lacework's security platform and Snowflake's Data Cloud, customers gain the ability to extend the value of cloud security data throughout their organization. This enables organizations to thoroughly assess their security and compliance status.
Head of Cybersecurity Strategy at Snowflake, Omer Singer, said,
Among the many potential advantages of generative AI is the ability for enterprises to deploy new applications faster, which places even more emphasis on the need to have scalable infrastructure and solutions. The combination of Snowflake and Lacework will continue to assist organizations scale their cloud businesses securely in the new era.
[Source – Cision PR Newswire]
Lacework protects organizations in the cloud, enabling them to innovate with greater speed and assurance. Lacework's platform is designed to scale with the variety, volume, and velocity of cloud data across an organization's cloud environment, including code, containers, identities, and multi-cloud infrastructure. Only Lacework provides Security and Development teams with a connected and prioritized end-to-end view that identifies the most significant hazards and security events.
The Snowflake enables all organizations to mobilize their data with its Data Cloud. Customers utilize the Data Cloud to integrate disparate data sources, power data applications, discover and securely share data, and implement a variety of AI/ML and analytic workloads. Snowflake provides a singular data experience that transcends multiple clouds and geographies, regardless of where data or users reside. Snowflake Data Cloud is used by thousands of customers across numerous industries, including 639 of the 2023 Forbes Global 2000 as of July 31, 2023.