Fujitsu | September 2015

Vendor News

Vendor News

SandBlast Threat Emulation (Sandboxing)

As part of the Check Point SandBlast Zero-Day Protection solution, Threat Emulation prevents infections from new malware and targeted attacks. This innovative zero-day threat sandboxing capability within the SandBlast solution delivers the best possible catch rate for threats, and is virtually immune to attackers’ evasion techniques.

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Mobile Threat Prevention

Using smartphones and tablets to access critical business information on the go has many benefits, but it can also expose your sensitive data to risk. Check Point’s iOS and Android security threat prevention protects your devices from advanced mobile threats, ensuring you can deploy and defend devices with confidence.

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Introducing F5 Partner Central

The all-new F5 Unity Partner portal is here! Meet F5 Partner Central (previously Partner Resource Center or PRC), your source for valuable F5 selling, training, and marketing tools that you can access from any device, anywhere. There’s a lot to explore on F5 Partner Central. Get started today by registering for the site. We’ve transformed the partner portal experience to bring you personalised content, tools to boost your F5 expertise, easy access to F5’s Marketing Demand Center, and improved look and feel.

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New F5 cloud service provider program

In August, we announced our new F5 Ready program that makes it easier for your customers to use F5 solutions in the cloud. With F5’s software-based solutions, customers can ensure the security, performance, and availability of applications in cloud environments. The F5 Ready program verifies BIG-IP compatibility with public cloud service providers, including AWS, Bluelock, BT, Cisco Intercloud, Datacom, Dimension Data, Microsoft Azure, Rackspace, SingleHop, Skytap, and VMware vCloud Air.

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New RSA® ECAT Release Engineered to Extend Ability to Rapidly Detect and Block Advanced Threats on Endpoints

RSA, The Security Division of EMC (NYSE:EMC), today announced, the latest version of RSA® ECAT for advanced endpoint threat and malware protection. RSA ECAT is designed to enable analysts to quickly hunt down and block new malware missed by existing tools by focusing on analyzing the behavior of every process on the endpoint for suspicious indicators rather than relying on traditional malware signatures.

The new version of RSA ECAT also helps allow analysts to block suspicious endpoint activity across the enterprise whether the endpoints are on or off the corporate network – reducing the opportunity for an attacker to take advantage of off-network activity. Analyst response to suspicious activity is also better prioritized by a newly introduced intelligent risk scoring algorithm that is engineered to leverage advanced machine-learning techniques to enable faster detection and categorization of a wider range of malicious endpoint behaviour.

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Discover the benefits of Micro-Segmentation with VMware’s NSX proposition

NSX has been designed to simplify and consolidate the data centre, making short work of transitioning a software defined data centre. Watch our quick NSX overview video.

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Symantec finalise their business split

Symantec Corp. (NASDAQ: SYMC) today announced that its Board of Directors has unanimously approved a plan to separate the company into two, independent publicly traded companies: one business focused on security and one business focused on information management (“IM”). Symantec’s decision to pursue a separation follows an extensive business review of the company’s strategy and operational structure. Creating two standalone businesses will allow each entity to maximize its respective growth opportunities and drive greater shareholder value.

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