iovation’s acquisition of LaunchKey has birthed the iovation LaunchKey MFA Solution, an “interactive multifactor authentication and frictionless device-based authentication.” The tool “lets security professionals select the right authentication method for every touchpoint in their customer’s journey,” allowing users to use pin, fingerprint, Bluetooth, circle code, or slide technology to access their information, then followed by either single- or multi-party authentication. Demos are available on the company’s site.
BigID has announced its early access beta program at IAPP's Privacy. Security. Risk. conference, “the first enterprise platform purpose-built to help companies protect their customer data and manage their customer privacy.” The tool helps users to accurately find, track, manage and govern” both employee and client data, ultimately leading to greater protection of that information and company compliance to both privacy and security regulations. Trials are available on the BigID site.
Compliance Sheriff from Cryptzone
Cryptzone’s Compliance Sheriff works to take a company’s one-dimensional data policies and translate them into enforceable entities. The tool “provides users with a means to monitor online content for potential compliance issues across digital environments – keeping information safe, appropriate and within regulatory guidelines,” Cryptzone said. It covers issues surrounding accessibility, privacy, “site quality and brand integrity,” the company adds. In August, KMWorld chose Compliance Sheriff as one of its "Trend-Setting Product of 2016" winners. Free demos are available on the Cyrptzone website.
Ironshore’s IronPro has released its Ironshore CyberCrime and DataProtect for English and Welsh Solicitors. Using infosec firm BorderHawk’s cyber monitoring and alert services, the program “detects potential threat indicators and extrapolates such knowledge into a proactive indication and warning process for IronPro insureds,” the company said. More information is available here.
HP has announced that its laptops EliteBook 1040 and EliteBook 840 will have its Sure View technology built-in, which dulls the brightness of the devices’ screens by 95 percent when viewers look at it from an angle. Users will be able to activate the screen by using commands on the keyboard to prevent “visual hacking.” Additional information on the laptops may be found here for the 1040 and here for the 840.
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