The RSA Conference 2016, taking place in San Francisco, witnessed a number of product and service announcements by various cyber security firms.
Data security provider NetLib released Enterprise Manager for their product NetLib Encryptionizer for SQL Server. Enterprise Manager enables organizations to manage their encryption needs.
Fidelis Cybersecurity launched new products and a new visual identity. The company introduced Fidelis Email Security for Office 365 solution, a new corporate identity and rebranded products.
The company’s Fidelis Email Security for Office 365 solution is the newest addition to Fidelis’ advanced security portfolio. Fidelis Cybersecurity renamed Fidelis XPS as Fidelis Network and Resolution1 Endpoint as Fidelis Endpoint.
Kingston Digital, the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, announced that it has finalized the integration plans for IronKey, the USB flash drive provider.
Kingston will utilize its IronKey product line to deliver FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification solutions for customers who need the highest level of encryption and security.
Entrust Datacard announced continued expansion of its portfolio of identity-based security solutions. It now offers a new Authentication Service that leverages Entrust Datacard’s proven portfolio of strong authentication solutions in a cloud-based service.
The new authentication deployment model provides added flexibility and workflow automation to the existing suite of enterprise-grade authentication capabilities.
ManageEngine launched Key Manager Plus, a Web-based, SSH key management solution at RSA Conference 2016. Available immediately, the new product joins ManageEngine’s privileged identity management suite to help administrators take control of SSH keys.
Enterprise risk intelligence company RiskVision will provide a first glimpse of new features in Release 8.0 of its RiskVision solution with Active State Risk Intelligence. Announced last week, RiskVision 8.0 features a risk data architecture breakthrough in the war against cyber-attacks and other operational risks.
Hillstone Networks unveiled iNGFW 4.0, the company’s Firewall. iNGFW 4.0 builds upon Hillstone’s existing solution with rich forensic evidence, enhanced threat detection efficacy, automatic mitigation, and a cloud analytics platform with two-way feedback and communication.
Fingerprint sensor provider Egis Technology will be promoting their new lineup of fingerprint IC sensors, authentication solutions, mobile payment solutions based on FIDO specifications and PKI as well as their FIDO Certified UAF & U2F products at the conference.