Sysdig Secure 3.0 provides Kubernetes-native threat prevention

Sysdig announced version 3.0 of Sysdig Secure, its tool that provides enterprises with threat prevention at runtime using Kubernetes-native pod security policies (PSPs). The new release introduces three new key features:   Kubernetes Policy Advisor: which auto-generates PSPs to decrease the time spent configuring security, enabling teams to adjust misconfigurations before shifting to production. Falco … continue reading

ServiceNow API integrates with Connect iPaaS

Platform as a service provider RoboMQ announced an integration with ServiceNow as an API connector. ServiceNow customers can now build and deploy integration workflows that streamline and automate business processes with other SaaS, cloud and enterprise applications using the available API connectors within Connect iPaaS. Connect iPaaS is a no-code API and data integration platform … continue reading

Untangle wants to bring network to edge with SD-WAN router and eSeries releases

Network security company Untangle announced that it is extending the network to the edge with the release of the Untangle SD-WAN Router and new eSeries appliances. The new Untangle SD-WAN Router allows users to to branch office networking to meet the needs of small offices with budget restrictions, the company explained. “Businesses are now commonly … continue reading

SolarWinds expands Azure support

SolarWinds announced updates to its IT operations management offering (which includes the Orion Suite and its APM suite) that offer new and expanded Azure support that encompasses on-premises and cloud environments.  The company has added support for Azure SQL Database Managed Instance as the Orion database, helping customers reduce management overhead and total cost of … continue reading

DevOps Institute announces a new course for site reliability engineering

The DevOps Institute today announced a Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Foundation certification that will be available to registered education partners starting in January of next year. While there is no prerequisite to take the examination, a training course through an accredited partner is required.  According to the company, the certification content includes practical advice, related … continue reading

Microsoft releases Threat Experts to connect customers with security pros

Organizations face increasingly sophisticated attacks, whether that’s supply chain attacks, highly targeted campaigns or hands-on keyboard attacks. To address the issue, Microsoft launched Threat Experts within Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) to send targeted attack notifications and experts on demand. Defender ATP customers can now directly engage with Microsoft security analysts to understand how … continue reading

New report shows IT wants to adopt AI for intent-based networking

 IT is eager to adopt AI and almost 50% of network strategists believe increasing the use of analytics and AI will help enable the ideal network, according to a report by Cisco research The report, which surveyed 2000 IT leaders and network strategists, found that organizations are moving their networks towards intent-based networking and investing … continue reading

Box and Splunk partner to provide enhanced threat detection capabilities

Cloud content management provider Box announced a new partnership to build integration between the “data-to-everything” platform provider Splunk and its security platform Box Shield. Box Shield is Box’s set of content security controls and advanced threat detection capabilities that is generally available this month. The controls are built natively into Box and designed to help … continue reading

Itential launches new API services for Network Infrastructure as Code

Intelligent automation software provider Itential launched its new API services to further Network Infrastructure as Code and help network engineers adopt CI/CD principles for network automation and programmability.  “By incorporating a Network Infrastructure as Code approach to automation, enterprises can use Itential’s modern agile software development principles to build, test, validate, and deploy network changes … continue reading

SolarWinds Discovery aims to improve software delivery

IT management software provider SolarWinds announced the launch of SolarWinds Discovery, a SaaS-based solution designed to provide organizations with an efficient way to discover, map and improve their software delivery.  The solution fully integrates with the SolarWinds Service Desk, allowing IT professionals to proactively address potential risks to IT and to stay compliant with software … continue reading

Report: 94 percent of ITSM personnel aren’t fully integrated into DevOps

While the burgeoning of DevOps environments in enterprises has brought development teams together and sped up software delivery, only 6 percent of IT service management personnel state that they are fully involved in their company’s DevOps activities and ambitions, according to a survey by Sysaid. This number is down from the 13 percent who felt … continue reading

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Researchers find vulnerability in popular Bluetooth-enabled devices

Internet-connected devices are opening up a wide range of applications from mobile devices to home appliances and wearables, but these devices are also opening up new areas of attack. Researchers from Boston University found that a third-party algorithm can track the location of some Bluetooth devices such as Fitbits, smart pens and even Windows and … continue reading

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