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.
RSA Conference 2023 – Announcements Summary (Day 1)
Here is a roundup of some of the most important new product and service announcements made on the second day, as well as news that we missed from the previous days:
Accenture and Google Cloud expand partnership
Accenture and Google Cloud have expanded their partnership. Accenture is enhancing its adaptive detection and response offering and MxDR service by integrating Google capabilities and technologies, including for security operations, threat intelligence, generative AI, and managed crisis and incident response.
AI Spera launches cyber threat intelligence search engine
AI Spera’s Criminal IP OSINT-based search engine has launched a cyber threat intelligence search engine that collects and analyzes IP addresses to detect cyber threats.
Akamai launches Prolexic Network Cloud Firewall
Akamai has launched the Prolexic Network Cloud Firewall, a new capability that allows users to define and manage their own ACLs, providing greater flexibility for securing the network edge.
Apiiro launches application attack surface exploration tool
Apiiro has launched Risk Graph Explorer, a tool that helps security teams understand their application attack surface. SecurityWeek has published an article detailing the new tool.
BigID has launched BigAI, an AI engine designed to accelerate data security, governance, and risk management initiatives.
BlackBerry upgrades Cylance cybersecurity portfolio
BlackBerry has upgraded its Cylance cybersecurity portfolio, including endpoint, event management, SaaS app connectivity, threat intelligence, and eSIM visibility capabilities. The company has also extended its partnership with MSSP Solutions Granted.
Eclypsium launches supply chain security platform
Eclypsium has launched a supply chain security platform that is designed to enable IT security and operations teams to continuously identify and monitor the software bill of materials (SBOM), integrity, and vulnerability of components and system code in each device.
Google Cloud adds ChromeOS data controls and security integrations
Google Cloud has announced new data controls and security integrations for ChromeOS to enhance business data protection. Integrations include CrowdStrike and Palo Alto Networks for security insights and monitoring, and Netskope for identity and access management.
Panorays launches risk insights and response portal
Panorays has launched the Risk Insights and Response Portal, which provides organizations with full visibility and control over supply chain risks, allowing security teams to speed up response and mitigation times.
Pentera opens offices in Latin America
Automated security validation company Pentera has expanded its business operations to Latin America, opening offices in Mexico and Brazil.
ReliaQuest adds AI capabilities to its security operations platform
ReliaQuest has added AI capabilities to its security operations platform, specifically the GreyMatter Intelligent Analysis solution. The goal is to make it easier for security teams to make sense of threats and take action.
SecurityScorecard launches security ratings platform with GPT-4 search system
SecurityScorecard announced the launch of a security ratings platform that integrates with OpenAI’s GPT-4 system. The natural language processing capability should make it easier for cybersecurity teams to quickly find answers to high-priority risks.
SentinelOne launches security data platform
SentinelOne has launched Singularity Security DataLake, a security data platform designed to provide insights to identify trends, detect anomalies, and respond to threats in real time.
Thales launches new USB tokens
Thales has launched the SafeNet eToken Fusion series, USB tokens combining Fast IDentity Online 2.0 (FIDO2) with PKI/CBA in a single authenticator. The new tokens are designed to protect Microsoft Azure Active Directory users against account compromise and provide stronger security for access to cloud and web applications.
Announcements were also made at the 2023 RSA Conference by Abnormal Security, Code42, Cyera, Cynet, Dig Security, ExtraHop, Forcepoint, Halo Security, NetWitness, Sentra, Sumo Logic, Tenable, and Varonis.