Top 5 Security Innovators to Watch

Virtually every enterprise has now become vulnerable to every security threat of every individual worker.
Magecart attacks. Cymatic combines the strength of a web application firewall (WAF) with its AI-based VADRTM vulnerability, awareness, detection, and response engine to identify bad actors and remediate threats. If that isn’t innovative enough, the Cymatic solution can be installed in mere minutes, providing near instant client-side protection without having to set up complex rules, whitelists, or blacklists. To put that in perspective, its most complex deployment to date took under forty-five minutes to completely operationalize.

With a single line of javascript code installed in the header of your web application, Cymatic can "own every browser session" from every device that lands on your web app so that it can securely capture, analyze, and act on many known and unknown threats. Because Cymatic’s solution doesn’t rely on traditional cookies, it is invisible to the user and can go much deeper into the analysis of the user’s specific behavior, streaming user-session information into its VADRTM threat-detection engine. And it does this using encrypted microservices that are fully anonymized and privacy- and data-standards compliant. It also uniquely compares normal user behavior based on your organization's specific business processes and compares that to every user session to identify anomalous behavior and suspicious users, providing contextual and dynamic policy enforcement.  

Cymatic also combines typically separate components – such as dark web tracking, bot detection, IP address information, and geo-location data – with behavioral analyses of user risk markers such as authentication and session information, automation technology, browser information, device information, mouse-clicks, and user preferences. It uses this rich contextual analysis across many risk vectors to quickly analyze, identify, and remediate potential threats.  

Cymatic’s platform allows organizations to identify potential security vulnerabilities; detect risks and bad actors; and respond to them with a variety of actions. This includes fewer but more meaningful notifications and automated actions such as challenging or denying access, forcing the suspicious user to reauthenticate using different methods, and forensically snapshotting and recording the session. By combining many of today’s cybersecurity tools into a single web application security platform that can literally be launched in minutes, Cymatic can be instantly deployed to provide immediate protection.

Next-Gen VPN

VPNs have been a mainstay in enterprise connectivity for many years. However, as more and more workers shift to work-from-anywhere, the need for both data security and privacy protection has never been greater. Virtually every enterprise has now become vulnerable to every security threat of every individual worker. The thought of a remote worker accessing sensitive corporate data on a personal PC over unsecure Wi-Fi from a Starbucks sends shivers down the spine of even the most hardened enterprise IT professional – and it should.

NordVPN offers a variety of enterprise and personal data and privacy security options while catering both to enterprises and individuals across any device. What makes NordVPN unique is the layers of security it provides. NordVPN leverages over 5,000 servers in over 50 countries using the AES 256-bit encryption standard. But while most VPNs allow you to use the IP address from within a single secure location, NordVPN’s Double VPN is an advanced VPN security feature that routes your traffic through two VPN servers instead of one, encrypting your data twice. In addition, NordVPN offers Onion Routing to provide ultimate privacy protection. Combined with Double VPN, Onion relays your traffic across a vast network of servers that add layers of encryption along the way, creating impenetrable data and privacy protection.

Mission Critical Networking

Dispersive Networks takes VPN to the next level. Perhaps the singular issue with old-school VPNs is that they are a single channel. While you can mix up the route the data takes and add layers of encryption, this may cause performance issues at hyperscale and for traditional VPNs in some of today’s, and tomorrow’s, massive use cases such as 5G, cloud, connected-everything, Industrial IoT, microservices, and SD-WAN optimization. Essentially, if data is a deck of cards, Dispersive shuffles the deck, and then shuffles it again and again, dealing the cards exactly where they need to be – across the optimal


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