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ICYMI: Our Channel News Roundup for the Week of June 10th

Reading Time: < 1 minute  |  Published: June 14, 2019 in Attivo News
New ThinkPads from Lenovo, new EliteBooks for healthcare from HP, a new $15.7 billion acquisition for Salesforce, and a new mother with impressive stamina are just a few of the many stories we’re finally bringing your way.

Security news. Cloud computing needs a close watch, security-wise. A new option? CloudGuard Log.ic from Check Point. Cloud-native threat protection and security intelligence.

AI and machine learning power Aerohive’s new cloud-managed network security tools. It’s all about F.A.S.T. (flexibility, actionable insights, security, and technology innovations).

More AI at work as SecBI extended its agent-less threat detection with automated responses powered by, yep, AI.

Optiv Security and SailPoint Technologies shook hands to collaborate on the new Optiv Identity Governance-as-a-Service, powered by IdentityNow. More features will release later this year.

Speaking of handshakes, Digital Defense integrated its Frontline.Cloud with Attivo Networks threat detection. Nice that it pays attention to IoT.

Security insurance isn’t new, but this twist might be. CyberArk and CNA introduced cybersecurity insurance that prioritizes privileged access security to reduce business risk.

Edgewise Networks says use its one-click microsegmentation to simplify creation of zero-trust environments and stop internal attacks that sneak by perimeter defense.

Ping Identity says it revved up PingDataGovernance. You know, new version and more goodies.

LogMeIn expanded its LastPass Business password management tool.

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