Palo Alto will spent nearly $670 million buying Talon and Dig to broaden its cloud security portfolio and protect unmanaged devices without affecting usability. Purchasing Tel Aviv, Israel-based Talon Cyber Security for $435 million will help safeguard the 36% of the workforce that's independent.
Corporate boards of directors are now mandated to take stronger roles in enterprise cybersecurity. That can be both good news and concerning. David Homovich of Google Cloud tells how to turn board interest into a positive relationship to improve crisis communication and defenses.
When it comes to cloud security in financial services, this expert panel agrees: What you don't know can hurt you. Learn of new "security by design" strategies and solutions from Vice President Erika Voss, Ph.D.; Alicja Cade of Google Cloud; and Anthony Belfiore from Wiz.
Visibility, consistency, efficiency - are goals every security leader strives to achieve across cloud environments, and remains one of the key digital transformation challenges. Cisco's Sean Baze talks about how to overcome this challenge and discover new efficiencies through a data-driven approach.
Cisco has released urgent fixes to a critical vulnerability affecting an emergency communication system used to track callers' location in real time. A developer inadvertently hard-coded credentials in Cisco Emergency Responder software, opening a permanent backdoor for unauthenticated attackers.
CrowdStrike will buy an application security firm founded by two Israel Defense Forces veterans to deliver risk visibility and protection across the cloud. The deal will provide visibility into application behavior and vulnerability prioritization for server-based and serverless infrastructure.
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Tenable will purchase a cloud security startup founded by the longtime leader of Secdo to help security teams make efficient and accurate remediation decisions. The proposed buy of Ermetic will make it easier for security professionals of all cloud expertise levels to spot and quickly address risks.
GrammaTech has separated its security software products and cyber research services divisions, and venture capital firm Battery Ventures has acquired the former and renamed it CodeSecure. The Washington, D.C.-area application security testing software business will pursue M&A in adjacent markets.
Cloud-native application protection platforms are emerging as a game-changing solution to the evolving challenges in cloud security. Mattan Shalev, head of product management at Wiz, outlined the power of CNAPPs in reducing risk and fortifying cloud security.
Venture-backed cloud security firm Wiz swallowing up publicly traded endpoint security firm SentinelOne would be one of the most unorthodox and surprising acquisitions the cybersecurity industry has ever seen. But despite the major financial hurdles, the potential technology synergies are obvious.
Applications rely on lines of code to provide business value, but too much of that code is inherently dirty, full of inconsistencies and vulnerabilities. Olivier Gaudin, co-founder and CEO of Sonar, said organizations need clean code that is consistent, intentional, adaptable and responsible.
Large enterprises may have hundreds or thousands of APIs. Concerns over API vulnerabilities have been around for years, but most organizations outside of highly regulated industries such as banking have not taken the steps to understand the threats they face, said Richard Bird, CSO at Traceable.