Finite State hires Larry Pesce as Product Security Research and Analysis Director

Finite State has hired Larry Pesce as its Product Security Research and Analysis Director. Pesce will serve as a senior consultant, providing expert guidance and services to product security teams worldwide, including product security program design and development, product red-teaming and penetration testing, software supply chain risk management, and vulnerability management. Recent research from the […]

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Infosec products of the month: April 2022

Here’s a look at the most interesting products from the past month, featuring releases from: Akamai, Alert Logic, Arcanna.ai, Axis Security, BigID, BreachBits, ColorTokens, Finite State, Forescout, Fortinet, Hillstone Networks, IBM, Imperva, Keysight Technologies, Kudelski Security, oak9, Orca Security, OwnBackup, Palo Alto Networks, Prevailion, Spin Technology, ThreatX, Vicarius, and Workato. IBM z16 protects data and […]

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New infosec products of the week: April 22, 2022

Here’s a look at the most interesting products from the past week, featuring releases from Arcanna.ai, Finite State, Hillstone Networks, Prevailion, and Vicarius. Prevailion ARKTOS allows companies to test their network security against real world malware threats By collecting realtime telemetry data from the ARKTOS Replication Engine and monitoring communication with infiltrated C2 infrastructure, ARKTOS […]

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Finite State for Asset Owners provides visibility into device supply chain risk

Finite State is launching Finite State for Asset Owners. The purpose-built solution automates and solves the complex challenges asset owners face in maintaining device software supply chain visibility, including collecting and managing large repositories of Software Bills of Materials (SBOMs). According to The Wall Street Journal and Akamai Technologies, the Log4j vulnerability affected hundreds of […]

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Finite State hires Thomas Bain as EVP of Marketing

Finite State announced it has hired Thomas Bain as Executive Vice President of Marketing. Bain will be responsible for building out Finite State’s strategic go-to-market framework to help strengthen the brand, drive pipeline, and increase awareness to further Finite State’s unique leadership position in securing the connected product ecosystem. Too few organizations have considered the […]

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New infosec products of the week: April 15, 2022

Here’s a look at the most interesting products from the past week, featuring releases from Axis Security, BigID, Finite State, oak9, OwnBackup, Palo Alto Networks, and Spin Technology. Axis Security Atmos protects sensitive business data from cyberthreats or high-risk users Atmos helps IT avoid the need to connect users to the corporate network, reduce exposure […]

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Finite State Exploit Intelligence enables security teams to improve visibility into device software

Finite State launched its new Exploit Intelligence capability, enabling security practitioners to incorporate threat-based intelligence into product security prioritization. As the threat landscape grows, it becomes harder for device manufacturers to know which vulnerabilities to prioritize. Meanwhile, hackers are growing more sophisticated in their attacks and continue publishing exploit kits – collections of exploits that […]

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Where should companies start when it comes to device security?

The Internet of Things (IoT) market has a security problem that is boiling over into a business issue. According to a recent survey conducted by the Ponemon Institute, 59% of embedded product security decision-makers say they’ve lost revenue due to product security concerns. Connected device manufacturers are increasing production to meet demand in a fast-growing […]

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Finite State’s compliance mapping feature allows companies to confirm if their products meet compliance

Many companies need to meet compliance requirements or face hefty fines from their governing organizations. Finite State recently introduced a compliance mapping function so those companies can quickly confirm whether they’re able to pass an audit or achieve a certification. The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), for example, can fine companies up to $1 […]

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