EMERGING TECHNOLOGY, CYBERSECURITY
Businesswire | April 24, 2023
Trellix, the cybersecurity company delivering the future of extended detection and response (XDR), today announced Trellix Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) has received Authorization to Operate (ATO) from the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) at the High impact level. Trellix is the first independent security vendor to receive ATO for EDR at the High impact level, which designates the vendor has undergone significant auditing and evaluation of its security controls.
Advancing EDR adoption is an imperative of President Biden’s Executive Order on Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity. With this authorization, government agencies responsible for protecting the nation’s most critical information—from civilian and intelligence agencies to the Department of Defense (DOD)—have access to a leading cloud-hosted EDR platform.
“Trellix will work closely with the FedRAMP and the U.S. government to lead in achieving the Agency’s highest standard,” said Aparna Rayasam, Chief Product Officer at Trellix. “We will continue to pursue and meet improved security controls to spotlight our products’ security proficiencies and benefit all of our customers.”
Trellix EDR strengthens customers’ cyber posture and reduces the mean time to detect and respond to threats through advanced analytics, guided investigations, and automation. Customers outside of the U.S. government now have assurance Trellix EDR security controls are vetted by a FedRAMP-approved third-party assessor, and a sponsoring agency backs the Trellix certification.
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Trellix is a global company redefining the future of cybersecurity and soulful work. The company’s open and native extended detection and response (XDR) platform helps organizations confronted by today’s most advanced threats gain confidence in the protection and resilience of their operations. Trellix, along with an extensive partner ecosystem, accelerates technology innovation through machine learning and automation to empower over 40,000 business and government customers with living security
EMERGING TECHNOLOGY, CYBERSECURITY
Trustwave | March 06, 2023
Trustwave Government Solutions, a global security leader in managed security services and the wholly-owned subsidiary of Trustwave Holdings, Inc., recently announced it has expanded its managed security services by becoming a partner of Palo Alto Network Cortex® XMDR Specialization.
Trustwave Government Solutions joins a select group of channel partners who have met operational capabilities, business requirements, sales enablement, technical, and specialization exams. The Cortex XMDR Specialization will allow TGS to combine response solutions with their managed services offerings and the power of best-in-class Cortex XDR™ detection. It will further help customers simplify security operations center (SOC) operations worldwide and rapidly mitigate cyber threats.
TGS replicated its award-winning Trustwave MDR into AWS GovCloud. With Palo Alto Networks' Cortex XDR-certified and Trustwave SpiderLabs' threat intelligence, TGS provides comprehensive detection and response. Additionally, as an XMDR Specialization partner, it offers 24/7 certified SOC analysts. The partnership combines TGS's analysts, processes, and support with Palo Alto Networks' security products for comprehensive threat visibility and response.
President of Trustwave Government Solutions, Bill Rucker, said, "We are thrilled to be expanding our managed security services collaboration with Palo Alto Networks to bring a whole new level of protection to government institutions," He also said, "This achievement confirms our commitment to providing our clients with next-generation security technology and services and offering the first-ever managed detection and response (MDR) service specifically built for the rigorous requirements of the federal government."
(Source – BusinessWire)
Trustwave is one of the global leaders in managed security services (MSS) and managed detection and response (MDR). Based in Chicago (Illinois) it enables, organizations and governments to conduct business securely. With over 2,000 world-class security professionals operating on behalf of clients through 96 countries, the company helps organizations worldwide detect and respond to threats around the clock in the hybrid multi-cloud world. Elite Trustwave services and products are infused with award-winning threat research and intelligence from Trustwave SpiderLabs to strengthen cyber resilience in the age of advanced threats.
PR Newswire | May 18, 2023
OneTrust, the market-defining leader for trust intelligence, introduces OneTrust Artificial Intelligence (AI) Governance, a comprehensive solution designed to help organizations inventory, assess, and monitor the wide range of risks associated with AI. As organizations use AI and machine learning (ML) to process large amounts of data and drive innovation, AI Governance provides visibility and control over data used and risks generated by AI models.
According to Gartner, "Success and scaling of AI projects require leaders to address strategies and methods related to fairness, transparency, explainability, reliability, privacy, and security."1 As the use of AI and machine learning becomes more widespread, it is essential for organizations to address the privacy, ethical, and societal risks associated with these technologies. With AI Governance, organizations can embed data ethics, privacy, and security practices by default into the use of AI across their business.
"Responsible AI is not an option, but a necessity in today's business landscape," said Blake Brannon, Chief Product and Strategy Officer at OneTrust. "AI Governance provides a comprehensive solution for managing the unique risks associated with AI, including privacy, ethical, compliance, and operational risks. Using our product, organizations can automate record keeping and risk management, ensuring transparency, fairness, and accountability in their AI systems. By implementing responsible AI practices, companies can build trust with customers, regulators, and society at large, and position their business for success in the AI-driven future."
With AI Governance, compliance teams and data scientists can better understand data use and classification, evaluate the risks, and demonstrate compliance with emerging global requirements to ensure AI is used ethically and responsibly:
Inventory: Organizations can centrally view and manage AI projects, models, and data sets both internally developed and sourced from third parties. AI Governance establishes relationships across data sets and AI models to trace the path of data from its origin.
Assess risk: Users can assess AI projects against global laws and frameworks, including the NIST AI Risk Management Framework (RMF), OECD AI Principles, and more. AI Governance, along with OneTrust Data Discovery & Governance, connects to structured and unstructured sources of data to automatically discover and classify sensitive and personal data that may drive algorithmic bias or privacy risk. Regulatory intelligence helps automate compliance workflows and risk management, and automatically generate required control mitigations and compliance documentation such as conformity assessments.
Monitor: AI Governance integrates with existing model registries and MLOps tooling to detect AI model use and changes, and sync with a centralized inventory. Teams can continually evaluate models and training data for drift, bias, fairness, accuracy, and quality with in-app alerts.
Only OneTrust provides the powerful combination of privacy and risk management solutions, built-in regulatory guidance, data discovery and classification, and AI risk management framework templates to manage the unique and broad-reaching risks posed by AI systems. The solution leverages OneTrust's deep experience in data privacy and governance, and robust tools for managing risk and record keeping for audit, compliance, and proactive trust management.
OneTrust AI Governance will be available to select, qualifying customers through the AI Governance Early Access Program (EAP). This program offers an opportunity to get an early look at the solution and provide feedback to shape its development.
OneTrust is the trust intelligence cloud platform organizations use to transform trust from an abstract concept into a measurable competitive advantage. Organizations globally use OneTrust to enable the responsible use of data while protecting the privacy rights of individuals, implement and report on their cyber security program, make their social impact goals a reality, and create a speak up culture of trust. Over 14,000 customers use OneTrust's technology, including half of the Global 2,000. OneTrust currently ranks #24 on the Forbes Cloud 100 list of top private cloud companies in the world and employs over 2,000 people in regions across North America, South America, Asia, Europe, and Australia.