Black Hat USA 2019 Cybersecurity Conference: Day 4 News
The Black Hat USA 2019 cybersecurity conference attracted thousands of IT professionals, researchers, MSPs and MSSPs. Track this live blog from MSSP Alert for the latest news, analysis and chatter throughout the conference.
Our news coverage and analyis, organized below, spans:
- Day 1 – Monday, August 5 (below)
- Day 2 – Tuesday, August 6 (below)
- Day 3 – Wednesday, August 7 (below)
- Day 4 – Thursday, August 8 (below)
- Day 5 – Friday, August 9 (stay tuned; we’ll add meeting recaps soon)
Black Hat USA 2019: Day 5 News and Analysis
39. Carbon Black for Sale?: That’s the rumor…
Black Hat USA 2019: Day 4 News and Analysis
38. Container Security: SentinelOne‘s latest server and workload protection offering is now available. The new product, purpose-built for containers, including managed or unmanaged Kubernetes systems, delivers SentinelOne’s Behavioral AI and autonomous response capabilities across all major Linux platforms, physical and virtual, cloud-native workloads, and containers, providing prevention, detection, response, and hunting, the company says.
37. Dark Web Scanning: ID Experts has announced the public availability of its new free CyberScan dark web and social media scanning product.
36. Data Protection Portal: Virtru has announced the Virtru Developer Hub, a single development portal to integrate data protection capabilities and ensure the privacy of sensitive data, the company says.
35. Printer Security Bugs: At least 35 significant vulnerabilities in six commonly used enterprise printers have been uncovered, manufactured by HP, Ricoh, Xerox, Lexmark, Kyocera and Brother, according to Threat Post.
34. Endpoint Protection – APIs: Carbon Black has announced customizable API Access Control across the company’s cloud-native endpoint protection platform (EPP). The result: Administrators can select whether individual integrations can read, update, create, or delete certain data across different parts of the platform, the company says.
Black Hat USA 2019: Day 3 News and Analysis
33. Developer Partner Program: ThreatConnect, which offers a security operations platform, has launched a developer partner program. Initially, the Developer Partner Program will launch as a pilot and will only be open to a limited number of vendors. Early partners include Cofense, King & Union, Bandura Cyber, Kaspersky, and BluVector. ThreatConnect expects to fully launch the new program by early 2020, the company says.
32. SIEM and Automated Response: ManageEngine Log360 has extended beyond its SIEM (security information and event management) capabilities to include automated response measures to security incidents, the company says.
31. Integrations: Tenable has expanded its Cyber Exposure ecosystem with new and/or enhanced integrations. Examples include integrations for IT service management (ServiceNow Security Operations), public cloud infrastructure (AWS Security Hub) and SIEM (IBM QRadar).
30. Vulnerability Mapping: Digital Defense has unveiled Frontline Network Map, which offers IT security and operations professionals enhanced visibility of vulnerabilities and threats found on networks of all sizes, the company says.
Continue to page two for Day 2 news.