Identity management and information security news for the week of October 7; Updates to Dashlane, SandboxAQ, 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 7. This curated list includes identity management and information security providers like Dashlane, SandboxAQ,, 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.

News of the week of October 7 on identity management and information security

SailPoint Identity Security is getting a major overhaul

SailPoint Technologies Holdings, Inc., a leader in enterprise identity security, announced new innovations built into the SailPoint Identity Security Cloud at its annual Navigate conference earlier this week. With these updates, SailPoint is helping enterprises move beyond the traditional approach to identity governance of looking at access after the fact, replacing it with a forward-looking approach to managing access. The platform is powered by artificial intelligence (AI) technologies that accelerate and standardize access risk measurement across the organization, automating complex identity security processes, reducing both cost and business risks while improving productivity.

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Dashlane expands its business offering and adds a startup plan for businesses and entrepreneurs

This week Dashlane, a password management platform, announced updates to its suite of enterprise plans to provide enhanced security tools for administrators, and the launch of Dashlane Starter for security teams. ten people maximum. Simple to deploy and manage with a flexible, no-commitment monthly plan, Starter simplifies getting started by bundling the power of Dashlane’s access tools into an affordable $20 per month package.

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Ferrari Hit by Ransomware; Hackers leak 7GB of data

The Ferrari website data was published on a dark website belonging to the RansomEXX ransomware group. The hackers claim to have obtained internal documents, spec sheets, repair manuals and other information. The stolen data set consists of almost 7 GB of data. A screenshot of the stolen data shows a document marked “confidential”. It looks like a purchase contract for a specific model of a Ferrari brand car. The leak marks the second time Ferrari has had company documents stolen by hackers in less than a year.

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Quantum Tech Group, SandboxAQ, launches as standalone company

Quantum tech group, SandboxAQ, spun off from parent company, Alphabet, and launched as a standalone business earlier this week. Jack Hidary, who was previously director of AI and quantum at Sandbox and is a longtime X Prize board member, will continue to lead the 55-person team in Mountain View, Calif., which will described as a SaaS company that develops commercial activities. products for telecommunications, financial services, healthcare, government, IT security and other industries.

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ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus adds MFA for UAC to protect privileged accounts

ManageEngine, the enterprise IT management division of Zoho Corporation, recently announced that ADSelfService Plus, an identity security solution with MFA, SSO, and self-service password management capabilities, has released MFA prompts for Windows User Account Control (UAC) that require credentials to add security. This feature is available as part of the product’s Endpoint MFA add-on.

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Paravision presents the latest Vision AI developments at Converge 2022

Paravision, a Trusted Vision AI platform, announced new and updated products for its cutting-edge Vision AI solution suite at its annual product event, Converge. The event is aimed at industry leaders such as identity verification, financial services, government, automotive and physical security, as well as Vision AI technology partners, chipset developers and manufacturers of cameras, showing the latest Paravision technology from cloud to mobile to the very edge of the network. At Converge 2022, Paravision gave its partners an overview of its product strategy, which includes facial recognition, Identity+ and a broader view of AI. For facial recognition, the company announced a new enterprise-grade image search engine, Paravision Search. In Identity+, Paravision announced new products in advanced image attribute analysis and streaming video processing and privacy protection, and focused in particular on “authentic identity”, with new and improved liveliness capabilities and a discussion of deepfake detection, currently under development.

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Tenable Launches “Industry First” Exhibition Management Platform

Tenable, an exposure management company, announced the release of Tenable One, the “industry-first” exposure management platform that unifies the discovery and visibility of all assets and assesses their exposures and vulnerabilities across the entire attack surface for proactive risk management. Tenable One offers context-based risk analysis so security teams can move from reactive firefighting to prevention. Cybersecurity teams can anticipate and block threats before they cause damage. The cloud-based platform identifies and assesses assets across the enterprise attack surface to get a unified view of cyber risk.

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Saviynt Launches Enterprise Identity Cloud Platform

Saviynt, a leading provider of intelligent identity and access governance solutions, today announced the general availability of new features for Saviynt Enterprise Identity Cloud (EIC). The new features build on key areas of identity governance, cloud privileged access management (CPAM), and identity analytics to help organizations adopt Zero Trust principles. New features help customers overcome the complexity of integrating and deploying applications. Features such as Application Onboarding and Management, Duplicate Identity Management, and Bring-Your-Own-Vault are purpose-built to mitigate the time-consuming, error-prone, and costly efforts associated with new deployments. These enhancements will also help customers better manage multiple identities created when organizations are merged or identity roles change.

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One Identity Enhances Unified Identity Security Platform to Strengthen Customer Support and Improve UI

One Identity this week announced the availability of Safeguard for Privileged Passwords 7.0 LTS and Identity Manager 9.0 LTS to further strengthen its unified identity security platform. With expanded capabilities and integration of OneLogin features, One Identity capitalizes on strategic acquisition to strengthen unified identity security platform. Enhancements to One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords 7.0 LTS include the addition of a full web user interface (UI) and automatic login to the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) application. These features simplify the user experience for administrators by allowing them to access the platform, request workflows, and inject credentials through a web browser to streamline management of privileged users. Identity Manager 9.0 LTS now offers long-term support allowing customers to stay on a release for 3 years without having to upgrade to maintain product support. It also offers integrations for OneLogin access management, which provides customers with greater security and compliance by combining information and functionality from our solutions.

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Spin Technology, Inc., developer of the SpinOne all-in-one SaaS data protection platform for mission-critical SaaS applications, recently announced the appointment of three industry veterans to fill sales and newly created customer support. Mark Eaton has joined the company as Vice President of Enterprise Sales, Nick Harrahill has been named Director of Enterprise Customer Support and Arman Agaronyan has been promoted to Director of SMB Sales.

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