Hundreds of companies are showcasing their products and services this week at the 2023 edition of the RSA Conference in San Francisco.
To help cut through the clutter, the SecurityWeek team is publishing a daily digest summarizing some of the announcements made by vendors. Here is a roundup of some of the most important new product and service announcements made on the first day and in the days leading up to the event:
Akamai launches Brand Protector
Web security company Akamai has launched Brand Protector, a new solution designed to help organizations detect and disrupt phishing websites, fake online stores, and brand impersonation.
AWS announces new Amazon GuardDuty capabilities
AWS has announced three new capabilities for its Amazon GuardDuty threat detection service to help customers protect container, database and serverless workloads. The new capabilities include container runtime protection for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), extended coverage for data stored in Amazon Aurora, and support for serverless applications in AWS Lambda.
Binary Defense launches new phishing response service
Binary Defense has launched a new phishing response service for enterprises that provides email attack surface hardening, intelligence correlation, threat hunting, and investigation-based detection and remediation recommendations.
Cisco unveils new XDR solution
Cisco has unveiled a new extended detection and response (XDR) solution that is designed to help organizations prioritize and remediate security incidents more efficiently using automation. The solution is currently in Beta with general availability expected for July 2023.
Darwinium launches fraud prevention platform
Darwinium has launched its Continuous Customer Protection platform, a new fraud prevention solution that focuses on the edge. Use cases for the Darwinium platform include account security, scam detection, account takeover, fraudulent new accounts/synthetic identities, and bot intelligence.
Flashpoint launches new intelligence platform
Flashpoint has unveiled Ignite, a new intelligence platform designed to help organizations accelerate risk mitigation and prevention across CTI, vulnerability management, national security, and physical security teams.
Google Cloud announces Security AI Workbench and ecosystem expansion
Google Cloud announced Security AI Workbench, a platform that enables partners to extend generative AI to their products. Security AI Workbench also powers a new VirusTotal code analysis feature. In addition, Google Cloud and Mandiant are combining their cybersecurity partner ecosystems, which total more than 100 vendors.
Huntress announces solution for Microsoft 365
Huntress has announced a managed detection and response (MDR) solution for Microsoft 365, which extends its capabilities to the Microsoft 365 suite of tools with an easy-to-deploy detection and remediation solution.
IBM launches new QRadar Security Suite
IBM has launched a new threat detection and response solution. The QRadar Security Suite includes EDR and XDR, SIEM, SOAR and log management capabilities. The company says it has rearchitected its threat detection and response portfolio to maximize speed and efficiency, and to meet the specific needs of security analysts.
(ISC)² launches new CISSP certification resource
Cybersecurity non-profit (ISC)² has launched Official Self-Paced CISSP Readiness Education, which uses AI to help individuals get their Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification. Users are guided based on their prior knowledge, learning speed, and confidence level.
NetAlly launches handheld cybersecurity analyzer
NetAlly has launched CyberScope, a handheld cybersecurity analyzer that is designed for conducting comprehensive site security assessments, analysis and reporting. CyberScope is a rugged, portable security tool that uses Nmap technology and a simplified interface.
Oak9 releases open source security-as-code framework and SDK
Oak9 has released Tython, an open source security-as-code (SaC) framework and software development kit (SDK) that allows security teams to build custom security reference architectures and design patterns as code.
Paladin Cloud launches SaaS cloud security platform
Paladin Cloud has launched a new SaaS cloud security platform designed to help organizations identify and visualize cyber assets and security controls, and monitor cloud environments for vulnerabilities, misconfigurations and other security risks.
Securonix launches unified SIEM platform
Securonix has launched its Unified Defense SIEM platform, which can accommodate massive data demands and provides threat content-as-a-service. It also provides threat sweeping, intelligence sharing, and investigation capabilities.
SentinelOne unveils threat hunting platform
SentinelOne has unveiled a threat hunting platform that uses generative artificial intelligence and reinforcement learning capabilities to help enterprises detect, stop and autonomously remediate attacks.
Sevco Security launches CAASM platform
Sevco Security has launched its cyber attack surface management (CAASM) platform, a solution powered by what the company describes as a proprietary 4D cybersecurity asset intelligence correlation and visualization engine.
SecureIQLab announces cloud firewall testing
SecureIQLab has announced an Advanced Cloud Firewall (ACFW) test designed to evaluate the ability of cloud security solutions to withstand various types of attacks. The testing process combines elements of the MITRE ATT&CK framework and the Lockheed Martin Cyber Kill Chain Model to evaluate security, performance and operational capabilities.
Torq presents security hyperautomation platform
Torq has unveiled an enterprise-grade security hyperautomation platform that can help organizations manage, consolidate and orchestrate their cybersecurity stacks.
Trellix launches endpoint security suite
XDR company Trellix has launched Endpoint Security Suite, which combines endpoint security, endpoint detection and response (EDR), and endpoint forensics to provide SOC analysts the visibility and control needed to secure endpoints.
VMware unveils new security capabilities
VMware has unveiled several new security capabilities, including a Firewall Service offering to bring NSX security capabilities to VMware SD-WAN edge appliances, VMware Secure App IX for more secure application connectivity, and VMware Workspace ONE updates for phishing, secure access, and patch management.
Announcements were also made on the first day of the 2023 RSA Conference by Adlumin, Armorblox, Cato Networks, Caveonix, CrowdStrike, Contrast Security, Cybersixgill, Cycode, D3 Security, DryvIQ, Expel, GrammaTech and ArmorCode, Harness, Interpres Security, Invicti Security, Ironscales, JupiterOne, LogicGate, Lumen, Lumu, Next, Palo Alto Networks, Proofpoint, Recorded Future, Rubrik and Zscaler, Salt Security, SecurityPal, Silobreaker, Thales and Akeyless, and Zimperium.