Topic: armis

ITOps Times news digest: ServiceNow and Zoom, Exabeam and Armis, and Avaya’s subscription program

ServiceNow and Zoom have entered into a partnership to improve work-from-home experiences. Zoom will deploy ServiceNow’s Now Platform, which includes new AIOps capabilities. In addition, Zoom will expand its implementation of ServiceNow’s Customer Service Management (CSM), which it deployed in April.  “Zoom has enabled employees across industries around the world to stay connected, and it’s … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Cumulus Networks partners with HPE, Insight acquires Armis, and XebiaLabs DevOps Platform 9.5

Cumulus Networks has announced a new partnership with HPE to bring highly automated and scalable storage networking solution to data centers. HPE’s StoreFabric M-Series Ethernet Switches will now run Cumulus Linux and NetQ. According to Cumulus Networks, this partnership will provide customers with a predictable, scalable, and reliable networking fabric. “Many modern data centers feature … continue reading

Armis raises $65 million for IoT endpoint security

IoT security company Armis has raised $65 million in Series C funding, which brings the company’s funding to-date to $112 million. According to Armis, IoT devices present an expanded attack surface, and there have been recent reports of global companies being affected by ransomware attacks carried out through insecure IoT devices. IoT devices typically don’t … continue reading

Bleedingbit vulnerabilities affect 70 percent of the enterprise network

Researchers at the security company Armis have identified two chip-level vulnerabilities, dubbed Bleedingbit, in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) chips manufactured by Texas Instruments. These chips are used in Wi-Fi devices made by Cisco, Meraki, and Aruba. According to Armis, those three companies account for almost 70 percent of the total enterprise network. BLE is a … continue reading

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