Check Point Software Technologies: Quantum Security Gateways

12 November 2020

Seven in 10 IT professionals report an increase in security threats as criminals target home workers during the pandemic, says Check Point Software Technologies, quoting its own research. 

And 95 per cent of respondents globally said it had brought security challenges.

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Sophos: Endpoint Detection and Response

12 November 2020

Just 24 per cent of organisations hit by ransomware were able to detect the intrusion and stop it encrypting their files, says Sophos, citing its own survey.

It says its updated Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) includes features to help users detect threats and breaches that could otherwise take months to uncover.

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Watchdog Technologies: Firebox T series

12 November 2020

Three table-top firewall devices – all bright red – from Watchdog Technologies are said to offer enterprise grade security and business-critical internet speeds in a small form factor.

Called Firebox T series, features include gateway antivirus, content and URL filtering, antispam, intrusion prevention, application control, cloud sandboxing and endpoint protections.

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Pulse Secure: Pulse Zero Trust Access

12 November 2020

Rising numbers of mobile workers and increasing data threats were cited by Pulse Secure as it introduced its Pulse Zero Trust Access service.

It comprises the Pulse ZTA Controller, hosted and managed by Pulse; the virtual Pulse ZTA Gateway that customers deploy on-premises or in the cloud; and the Pulse ZTA Client which runs on each user’s Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS and iOS and Android device.

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Apricorn: Aegis Padlock DT FIPS

12 November 2020

Taking data offline is the best way to keep it secure, says Apricorn as it introduces the latest in range of Aegis Padlock DT FIPS desktop drives.

Pocket sized, it is said to be the first 18TB encrypted drive and includes the company’s AegisWare firmware and feature set. All passwords and commands are entered on the device’s onboard keypad.

 

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Armour Communications: SigNet

12 November 2020

Developed for mobile phones and PCs, SigNet promises AES 256-bit encryption for voice, video, messaging, group chat, file attachments and Message Burn (self-destructing messages).

Armour Communications says it has the ease of use of consumer apps and is available for iOS and Android as well as Windows 10, Linux and Mac OSX.

The company says SigNet addresses some specific security requirements and as such will be sold alongside Armour Mobile.

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