Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 24 February 2021
Today’s MSSP news involves Arete, CrowdStrike CSPM, Cyber Risk Aware, Datawiza, Devo Technology, Huntress, McAfee, Microsoft MISA, Milton Security, Perimeter 81, Protegrity, Red Hat & more.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 17 December 2020
Today’s MSSP & cybersecurity news involves Anchore, Clumio, Cowbell Cyber, CryptoStopper, CyberGRX, ESET, Farsight, HPE SIM Zero Day, Keysstone, Netscout, Noname, Signal Sciences, Sophos, Source Defense, SystemBC, Transmosis and more.
Google Completes $450M ADT Investment for NEST Security Monitoring
Google ($GOOG) completes $450 million ADT investment. Consumer & business MSSP’s security monitoring services set to safeguard Google NEST hardware.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 10 August 2020
Today’s MSSP news involves Check Point Software, DataViper, Google, IBMm Intel, Microsoft, National Security Agency (NSA), Open Source Security Foundation & more.
Microsoft, Google, IBM Back Open Source Security Foundation
Microsoft, Google, IBM & five other founding members back Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) hosted at the Linux Foundation. Here’s why.
Google Unveils OpenTitan Security for Cloud Servers, Storage, More
Google unveils OpenTitan, an open source silicon root of trust project designed to provide guidelines for data center server, storage & peripheral security.
Google Chrome Password Checkup Extension: What MSSPs Need to Know
Google launches Password Checkup, a Google Chrome extension that alerts end users if their usernames & passwords were previously exposed in a data breach.
Penetration Testing-as-a-Service Firm Cobalt Raises $5M in Funding
Penetration testing-as-a-service (PTaaS) platform provider Cobalt.io adds $5 million in Series A funding from byFounders, eLab Ventures & other investors.
Google, Microsoft Urge Veto of Proposed Georgia “Hack Back” Bill
Google and Microsoft urge Georgia Governor Nathan Deal to veto proposed cybercrime legislation written to criminalize hacking but could outlaw white hat researchers looking for security flaws.