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Security company Barracuda has announced its acquisition of InfiSecure. With this acquisition, Barracuda will now be able to expand its bot protection capabilities. Barracuda plans on combining this new technology with data points from its Global Threat Intelligence Infrastructure. Together, the two technologies will be able to identify and block advanced bots, Barracuda explained.

“This strategic technology acquisition further strengthens our application security portfolio and our commitment to provide application security to our customers,” said Tim Jefferson, SVP, engineering of data protection, network and application security at Barracuda Networks. “InfiSecure perfectly complements our recently released Advanced Bot Protection and will bring next-generation capabilities to our WAF-as-a-Service and Web Application Firewall offerings.”

Kontena Lens now available for GKE, EKS, and Kontena Pharos
Kontena Lens is now available for GKE, EKS, and Kontena Pharos, among others. Kontena Lens is a dashboard for Kubernetes. It was previously only a feature in Kontena Pharos. 

Key features of Kontena Lens include real-time cluster state visualization, resource utilization charts, terminal access to nodes and containers, fully featured role-based access control management, and more. 

ManageEngine adds two-factor authentication for macOS logins
ManageEngine’s ADSelfServicePlus service now supports two-factor authentication for macOS logins. This will allow IT security teams to add an extra layer of authentication to macOS endpoints. 

“Though two-factor authentication is widely accepted as a method to ensure user logon security, macOS does not provide a way to enable this feature for the domain computers,” said Parthiban Paramasivam, director of product management, ADSelfService Plus. “The latest version of ADSelfService Plus helps IT teams secure user logons by offering two-factor authentication for macOS systems.”

DataLocker relaunched its SafeCrypt encryption solution
Encryption company DataLocker has announced a revamped version of SafeCrypt. SafeCrypt provides AES 256-bit encryption for data, regardless of where that data is stored. 

According to DataLocker, the new solution is designed for companies that don’t allow external storage devices and users who store data in the cloud. SafeCrypt ensures that data is protected, the company explained.