Identity management and information security news for the week of October 28; Verity ES, LogRhythm, Sepio and more


The editors of Solutions Review curated this list of the most notable identity management and information security news for the week of October 28. This curated list includes identity management and information security vendors like Verity ES, LogRhythm, Sepio, and more.

Keeping tabs on all the most relevant identity management and information security news can be a daunting task. Accordingly, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of the top headlines from the past month, in this space. Solutions Review editors will curate news on vendor products, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other notable identity management and security news stories some information.

Identity Management and Information Security News for the Week of October 28

Revert Inc. Launches New Company, Verity ES, Data Eradication Platform

Verity ES, a provider of enterprise-class data eradication software solutions, announced the official company launch and commercial availability of its Verity ES data eradication enterprise software solution. A sister company to Revert Inc., an established global leader providing onsite data sanitization and enterprise IT asset disposal services to customers worldwide since 2007, Verity ES helps enterprise-class data centers , IT asset disposal companies, cloud service providers and third-party channel solution providers, and MSPs permanently delete data from the industry’s largest list of heterogeneous devices with intelligent data eradication software. patent-pending data, operational support and process analytics.

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InfoSec World 2022 returns in person and draws record levels of attendance

InfoSec World, an educational event for high-level infosec and cybersecurity professionals, resumed in-person delivery in September at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., delivering record attendance levels over three programming days. After a two-year hiatus as a live event due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, InfoSec World has reduced attendance in its 28-year history, validating the decision to move the conference in spring.

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Aware presents a preconfigured SaaS offer

Aware, Inc., an authentication company applying proven and trusted adaptive authentication to solve everyday biometric business challenges, shook up the industry today with the introduction of its newest product, AwareID. Gone are the days when advanced security was only available to organizations with large budgets, deep IT teams, and free time. AwareID combines the historically disjointed best practices behind identity verification, multi-factor authentication, and multi-modal biometrics into a single, low-code platform that’s preconfigured for the most common use cases and is functional from the start. .

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LogRhythm Announces Integration with Gigamon Hawk Deep Observability Pipeline

LogRhythm, an InfoSec solutions provider, announced its technology integration with Gigamon, the leader in deep observability. LogRhythm and Gigamon work together to help organizations around the world increase their visibility and protect against modern cyberattacks. Understanding the power and necessity of visibility, Gigamon and LogRhythm integrated their solutions – the Gigamon Hawk Deep Observability Pipeline and LogRhythm SIEM Platform. The combined solution enables security teams to identify behavioral anomalies, internal and external threats, and prioritize their responses based on accurate enterprise security information.

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New survey shows strong start for passwordless technology, with nearly half of businesses using it to some extent

Bitwarden, the leading open source password manager for businesses and individuals, today announced the results of its 2023 Password Decisions Survey. The survey, which surveyed 800 IT decision makers across a wide range of industries, shows that passwordless technology is here to stay, with companies enthusiastic about its perceived security benefits and improved user experience (UX). According to the survey, about half of respondents are deploying or planning to deploy passwordless technology. Of this percentage, 66 perceptions have 1-2 user groups or multiple teams using passwordless technology and 13 perceptions have been deployed across their organization.

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Solutions Review Announces 4th InfoSec Insight Jam 2022

Insight Jam News BadgeThe InfoSec Insight Jam is a community web event that shares expert insights and proven best practices for evaluating, deploying, and using Identity Management, Endpoint Security, and InfoSec solutions. The editors of Solutions Review bring together the best and brightest minds in the InfoSec industry for a day-long social media roundup. Attendees will include industry analysts, experts, influencers, practitioners, and software solution providers under the hashtag #InfoSecInsightJam.

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Versa Networks Secures $120M in Funding to Capitalize on Rapidly Growing SASE Market

Versa Networks, a recognized leader in single-vendor SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) platforms, announced that it has secured an additional $120 million in funding. The pre-IPO round was led by funds and accounts managed by BlackRock, Inc. Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) also participated in the financing. This new round of funding will allow Versa to expand its go-to-market strategies and accelerate its industry-leading SASE innovations to further solidify its leadership position in the SASE market, while putting Versa on the the path to its planned IPO.

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Sepio Announces Series B Funding Round

Sepio, the innovator of the physical layer-based asset risk management solution that enables customers to see, assess and mitigate the risks of all known and hidden IT assets at any scale , today announced a new Series B funding round. The round, led by US Venture Partners (USVP), will support the company’s growing sales organizations needed to meet excess demand from Tier 1 companies. for Sepio solutions. It will also be used to allocate resources for Sepio’s future product roadmap. Hanaco Ventures, Munich RE Ventures, Merlin Ventures, Pico Partners, other private investors and Bess have backed Sepio’s significant past investment rounds. The previous funding round, which took place in November 2019yielded $10 millionbringing the funds currently raised to $37 million.

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