New infosec products of the week: February 4, 2022

Here’s a look at some of the hottest products from the past week, with releases from Cato Networks, Cymulate, Gretel, Juniper Networks, Mandiant, Ping Identity, Qualys, ShiftLeft, and Tenable.

Qualys Minimizes Vulnerability Risk for Businesses with New Remediation Feature

Qualys announced the addition of advanced remediation to Qualys Cloud Platform, enabling enterprises to fix asset misconfigurations, patch operating system and third-party applications, and deploy custom software.

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Cymulate Amplify helps companies eliminate critical security blind spots

Cymulate launched Amplify, a human offering designed to accelerate the implementation and optimization of their ongoing security assurance.

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Cato CASB protects businesses against data breaches and cloud-borne threats

Cato’s CASB solution monitors all traffic related to the company’s SaaS and provides a detailed shadow computing report that details all applications, authorized and unauthorized, accessed and used.

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Mandiant Advantage Attack Surface Management enables security teams to operationalize intelligence

Mandiant Advantage Attack Surface Management enables organizations to gain a deep understanding of their digital footprint and focus on the vulnerabilities that malicious actors are most likely to target. Armed with this information, organizations can take a proactive approach to cybersecurity, while being confident that they are not exposed to emerging threats.

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Gretel’s Privacy Engineering Toolkit Protects Synthetic Data Against Adversary Attacks

Gretel’s complete offer allows users to classify, transform and generate synthetic data. Combined, these features eliminate privacy bottlenecks for a myriad of development processes and workflows that prevent data sharing and stifle innovation.

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PingOne DaVinci provides no-code identity orchestration capabilities for enterprises

As the foundation of the PingOne cloud platform, DaVinci streamlines the integration and deployment of identity services through a no-code experience that makes it easy to design digital user journeys across multiple applications and ecosystems.

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ShiftLeft Velocity Update enables security and application development teams to automate security controls

ShiftLeft has announced a new version of its ShiftLeft CORE platform with a host of new features that enable security and application development teams to identify and remediate attackable vulnerabilities in the development process.

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Tenable.cs Updates Enable Enterprises to Detect and Fix Cloud Infrastructure Misconfigurations

Tenable.cs provides full-lifecycle cloud-native security to address cyber risks from build to runtime. With new capabilities, organizations can secure cloud resources, container images, and cloud assets to provide end-to-end security from code to cloud to workload.

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Juniper Secure Edge enables customers to protect remote workers from anywhere

Juniper Secure Edge provides firewall as a service (FWaaS) in a single-stack software architecture including application control, intrusion prevention system (IPS), anti-malware, proxy and web filtering, as well as advanced threat protection.

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