The 10 Hottest Cybersecurity Products At Black Hat 2022
From new enterprise browser technology to a new MDR mobile app, here are 10 of the hottest product launches and updates unveiled at the annual security conference in Las Vegas.
Leaked and stolen credentials are a prime way for cyberattackers to penetrate organizations’ systems. To combat the problem, Pentera, provider of automated security validation and with offices in Boston and Tel Aviv, Israel, unviled during Black Hat 2022 its new Credential Exposure, a new module on the Pentera platform for testing stolen and compromised credentials across the entire enterprise attack surface.
According to the company, the new module “leverages data from billions of real-world leaked credentials to expose compromised identity threats to internal and external attack surfaces.”
In a statement, Ran Tamir, chief product officer at Pentera, said the new module offers customers a “unique solution of actionable threat intelligence based on credentials that are already available online. This enables continuous validation of account exposure and a remediation plan before the accounts are compromised“.