113 New Security Products That Made a Splash at RSA Conference 2017
Many new products and services were announced at the 2017 RSA Conference, which took place in San Francisco Feb. 13-17. RSA, now part of Dell Technologies, used its namesake conference to make a series of announcements around its new Business Driven Security strategy. Among RSA’s new products is a major update to the SecurID Access portfolio that provides organizations with improved mobile and biometric options for authentication as well as security data analytics. Qualys launched a pair of new services: an Indicator of Compromise (IOC) service that monitors endpoints for suspicious activities and a File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) service that logs and centrally tracks file changes. And security rating firm SecurityScorecard announced its new free Malware Grader service, helping organizations understand the risk of identified malware.
2RSA Announces Business Driven Security Strategy
3Qualys Debuts IOC Service
4SecurityScorecard Unveils Malware Grader
5CrowdStrike Improves Falcon Platform
6Bufferzone 5.0 Launches at RSA
7Bay Dynamics Rolls Out Application Risk Technology
8Corero Offers 100G-bps DDoS Mitigation Technology
9Cloud Security Alliance Defines Security Perimeter
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) announced several efforts at the RSA Conference, including new research into the Security Defined Perimeter (SDP) model for securing distributed networks. In addition, the CSA announced the STARWatch software-as-a-service (SaaS) application to help organizations manage and maintain the integrity of the vendor review and assessment process.
10Gemalto Improves Encryption Portfolio
11HPE Adds Security to Big Data
12Preempt Extends Behavioral Firewall
Preempt announced new contextual data sources to help improve the security of the company’s behavioral firewall. “With Preempt’s new data and enforcement integrations, our behavioral firewall is focused on deeper, contextual data; pivotal in alerting and responding to today’s threats,” Ajit Sancheti, co-founder and CEO of Preempt, said in a statement.
13Symantec Enhances Cloud Security Platform
14TrapX Improves Deception Platform
TrapX Security announced its new DeceptionGrid 6.0 at the 2017 RSA Conference, providing new “traps” that trick attackers into thinking they are actually attacking a full operating system. “DeceptionGrid 6.0 also exposes attackers’ tactics, giving organizations the ability to catch on to their techniques, gather detailed forensics and effectively combat them with the right tools, so they can quickly return to normal operations,” Greg Enriquez, CEO of TrapX, said in a statement.