InfoSec Global Joins Microsoft Intelligent Security Association
InfoSec Global today announced that AgileSec Analytics, the company's cryptography discovery and analysis solution, is now integrated with Microsoft Sentinel; and is available to Microsoft customers and partners through the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
InfoSec Global Announces Integration of AgileSec Analytics with Venafi Trust Protection Platform
InfoSec Global, the leader in Cryptographic Agility Management, today announced it has integrated its AgileSec™ Analytics cryptography discovery and analysis solution with Venafi, the leader in Machine Identity Management.
InfoSec Global is an Active Contributor in NIST’s Third PQC Standardization Conference with Two Submissions Currently in Round 3
NIST’s Third PQC Standardization Conference, one of the major events in NIST’s PQC Standardization process, has started today (Monday) and will be running from June 7th to June 9th this year. Due to COVID, it is being held virtually.
InfoSec Global and Airbus Announce Strategic Partnership to Enhance Cybersecurity Through Cryptographic Agility Management
InfoSec Global Schweiz, a pioneer and leading provider of cryptographic agility management solutions, and Airbus Defence and Space and Airbus Cybersecurity, have announced today that they will join forces for the development of cybersecurity and cryptographic agility management solutions.
InfoSec Global has licensed its AgileScan solution to Entrust Datacard, a leading provider of trusted identity and secure issuance technology solutions. AgileScan will help provide automating cryptographic visibility and management to Entrust Datacard customers.
InfoSec Global (ISG) and WolfSSL today announced a collaboration that delivers ISG’s crypto agility in WolfSSL TLS 1.3 implementations and embedded security solutions. The joint solution enables both new and existing WolfSSL customers to automate the process of patching, upgrading and migrating their cryptographic implementations.
We have intertwined nearly every aspect of society including critical infrastructure, business, and communication to internet technology, all of which was not initially designed to be secure in this hyper-connected world.
Infineon’s RSA Vulnerability Reveals Seismic Fault Line in Cybersecurity
Recently, researchers at Masaryk University made a startling discovery when they uncovered a serious vulnerability in the cryptographic library used in security chips manufactured by Infineon since 2012.