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MSSP Market News: 25 January 2024, stay in the know

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  • Appdome announces extensions to its MOBILEBot Defense product, making it compatible with any web application firewall (WAF).
  • Darktrace and Garland Technology collaborate to offer network visibility solutions for industrial environments.
  • Malwarebytes releases the ThreatDown K-12 Bundle to provide cybersecurity technologies and services for K-12 education institutions.
  • SecurityScorecard launches SecurityScorecard MAX, a new managed service for supply chain cyber risk management.
  • NightDragon and World Wide Technology partner to expand the reach of NightDragon’s cybersecurity portfolio.
  • Kyndryl and Cisco release two security edge services to improve security controls and incident response.
  • ExtraHop expands its partnership with CrowdStrike to offer more choices for log management and SIEM solutions.
  • The U.S. announces it will reject an updated United Nations cybercrime treaty draft if it lacks human rights protections and has an expansive definition of cyber enabled crimes.

Appdome, a mobile app specialist, has announced the extension of its MOBILEBot Defense product, making it fully compatible with any web application firewall (WAF). These extensions enable businesses to enhance their existing WAF infrastructures and make bot defense more accessible to the mobile channel.

Darktrace, an AI cybersecurity specialist, has partnered with Garland Technology to provide network visibility solutions for industrial environments. This collaboration brings together Darktrace’s OT and Garland Technology’s network visibility solutions to offer comprehensive network visibility and fast deployments in operational technology (OT) environments.

Malwarebytes has released the ThreatDown K-12 Bundle, a cybersecurity bundle designed for K-12 education institutions. The bundle includes cybersecurity technologies and services to protect devices, data, and individuals from cyber threats, allowing schools to optimize device uptime and improve productivity.

SecurityScorecard has launched SecurityScorecard MAX, a managed service that focuses on supply chain cyber risk management. The service helps organizations identify and prioritize critical vulnerabilities and issues across their third-party and extended party supply chain ecosystem.

NightDragon, a cybersecurity investment firm, has announced a partnership with World Wide Technology (WWT) to expand the reach of NightDragon’s portfolio of cybersecurity companies. The partnership aims to drive increased customer integration and innovation in key technology areas through WWT’s Advanced Technology Center and Cyber Range.

Kyndryl, a technology infrastructure services provider, has released two new security edge services in collaboration with Cisco. Kyndryl Consult Security Services Edge (SSE) offers a modular and unified approach for implementing SSE architecture with Cisco’s technology, while Kyndryl Managed SSE integrates security into a cloud-delivered service model.

ExtraHop, a cloud-native network detection and response (NDR) specialist, has expanded its partnership with CrowdStrike. The collaboration allows ExtraHop’s Reveal(x) customers to store records in CrowdStrike Falcon LogScale, offering more choice in log management and SIEM solutions.

The U.S. has announced that it will reject an updated United Nations cybercrime treaty draft if it maintains an expansive definition of cyber enabled crimes and lacks human rights protections. The U.S. stance is in response to pushback from Russia and China, according to cybersecurity firm Recorded Future.

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