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Delinea | March 15, 2023
On March 14, 2023, Delinea Platform, a cloud-native platform for Delinea's well-known PAM solutions, enabled dynamic permission controls, end-to-end visibility, and adaptive security.
Delinea Platform supports the latest version of Secret Server, its winning vault solution. It also supports a secure remote access service for suppliers and remote workers that doesn't require a VPN, as well as a rich environment for integration across the Delinea marketplace.
According to the Identity Defined Security Alliance study, 84% of firms had an identity-related breach last year. Gartner predicts that enterprises that deploy cybersecurity mesh architectures will cut security incident costs by 90% by 2024. By implementing a privileged access management platform as part of their cybersecurity mesh strategy, enterprises are able to move away from multiple-point solutions. This results in improved visibility, security, and efficiency across the organization. Delinea Platform enables streamlined authorization for all identities, restricting access to an organization's critical hybrid cloud infrastructure and sensitive data. This simplified security approach helps minimize risk and ensure compliance with industry regulations.
The growing number of siloed security products and the exponential expansion of human and machine identities with privileges make the management of privileged access difficult. As Delinea Platform adds more features, businesses will be able to manage authorization for all types of identities from a single location, which will improve efficiency and security. With analytics-based access controls and adaptive privilege automation in IT infrastructure, future updates to Delinea Platform will make sure that security stays consistent. This will ensure that identities get the right access at the right time with the authorized permissions.
Phil Calvin, Chief Product Officer at Delinea, stated, "The Delinea Platform will revolutionize the market by unifying and extending Privileged Access Management, dramatically reducing risk from the most common thread across all cyberattacks – compromised identities."
He added, "We are excited to take this first step by unifying the critical and core PAM capabilities on the Delinea Platform to provide world-class usability, seamless security, and simplified pricing that will accelerate adoption for our customers."
(Source – CISION PR Newswire)
Delinea, an upcoming enterprise, is a significant provider of privileged access management (PAM) solutions for modern and hybrid organizations. Delinea Platform effortlessly extends PAM by authorizing all identities, limiting access to an organization's most crucial hybrid cloud infrastructure and sensitive data, reducing risk, ensuring compliance, and making security easier. The company simplifies and limits access for thousands of clients globally. Its customer base includes small enterprises as well as large-scale financial institutions, intelligence agencies, and companies involved in constructing and maintaining critical infrastructure.
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NordVPN | March 16, 2023
NordVPN's current product update features Meshnet file-sharing, easy file-sharing functionality, and an open-source Linux application which provides free meshnet to everyone.
Meshnet's benefits no longer require a NordVPN subscription. Computers and mobile devices are now connected via a peer-to-peer VPN tunnel. Users can bypass restrictions by routing their internet traffic through any NordVPN-enabled remote device. Windows, mac, and linux devices can be personal VPN servers. This implies consumers can now enjoy perks at home regardless of their location.
Meshnet allows instant unlimited file sharing and sharing unlimited-size photos and videos without quality loss. In addition, it is a safe approach to share files through an end-to-end encrypted peer-to-peer VPN tunnel. Users can share and receive files from their own devices and from NordVPN-installed relatives, friends, and co-workers. Two-way permission ensures privacy with the new functionality.
Meshnet lets users avoid internet restrictions by routing their traffic through any remote NordVPN-installed device. Windows, Mac, and Linux devices can serve as personal VPN servers. This means consumers can enjoy all advantages at home regardless of their location.
NordVPN has rolled out three of its products under an open-source license:
The entire NordVPN Linux application,
Libtelio, which is a networking library used throughout NordVPN apps, and
Libdrop, a Meshnet file-sharing library.
Developers can now audit, review, and contribute to these products' source code, which is publicly available. NordVPN, an opensource shows transparency, community engagement, and product trust by making these products open source. Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, Linux, and Android TV support Meshnet.
NordVPN updated its Meshnet documentation page on its website, which states:
Internet traffic routing: With Meshnet, travelers can use a laptop left at home to browse the internet with their own IP address. Meshnet lets you establish your own VPN server through your own or your friends' devices, no matter their whereabouts.
Secure Remote Device Access: To view shared folders remotely, Meshnet doesn't require public sharing. It secures your home network using a peer-to-peer VPN tunnel, so you're the only one connecting to your home network.
Gaming: Meshnet acts as a virtual local area network (LAN), allowing users to play multiplayer games with others without LAN wires. In short, users can connect to the same server from different places.
NordVPN Product Strategist, Vykintas Maknickas, remarked, "We are continuously expanding the capabilities of NordVPN. This release marks a significant change in openness by both making part of the service free as well as open-sourcing a substantial part of our client software.”
(Source – iTWire)
NordVPN, founded in 2012, is a company that protects against ISPs, advertising, and other third-party snoopers. It makes connecting to public Wi-Fi hotspots easy and secure. Meshnet, a recent product, allows instant unlimited file sharing and sharing unlimited-size photos and videos without quality loss. It allows usage of personal VPN using windows, mac, and linux devices. It provides 5600+ servers in 60 countries to browse freely.
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Gcore | January 19, 2023
Gcore, a European company that makes high-performance, low-latency, international cloud and edge solutions, has released Gcore Basic, a low-cost solution made for webmasters, developers, and people who do things for fun. Webmasters, developers, and hobbyists can use Gcore Basic to access a wide range of services and features that are designed to make their applications run as well as possible.
Gcore Basic, which starts at €5 per month, provides a compute instance on a shared virtual machine for running light web servers and microservices. It includes free DDoS protection and can be deployed in just a few minutes. Gcore Basic includes several add-ons, such as managed databases, object storage, and security services.
Director of Edge Cloud Stream at Gcore, Seva Vayner, commented, "Gcore Basic brings low-latency, high-performance computing within reach of everyone." They added, "From €5 per month, Gcore Basic is a place where aspiring programmers can learn their craft, where developers can run pet projects, proof of concepts, and test environments; and where aspiring entrepreneurs can build out online services." Seva Vayner said, "With Gcore Basic running on our cloud infrastructure, customers can scale up and deploy additional services as and when required—for instance, adding extra resources to handle significant leaps in traffic."
It will first launch Gcore Basic at its Amsterdam location. The service will soon be available in the United States, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Frankfurt, giving Gcore a second location in Europe. By making Gcore Basic available in more than one place, customers can put their services closer to their customers, which will speed things up and cut down on latency.
Gcore is a company that helps provide powerful edge and cloud solutions for the media and entertainment industries. They are headquartered in Luxembourg and have offices in several other countries, including Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Cyprus, and Georgia. It works for clients such as government agencies, TEDx, Wargaming, and Avast. They have a large global IT infrastructure spread across six continents and is made up of over 150 points of presence in reliable data centers.