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20 Hot New Cybersecurity Products Unleashed At Black Hat Las Vegas 2019

From inspecting encrypted traffic in real time to using machine learning to build profiles of containers to ranking security gaps by their potential business impact, here's a look at 20 hot cybersecurity products unleashed at Black Hat this year.

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Fugue-New Light Technologies Partnership

New Light Technologies (NLT) and Fugue have partnered to deliver public cloud configuration, drift detection, active drift enforcement, and security control gap analysis for NLT's Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure customers. The partnership extends Fugue's capabilities to all of NLT's Azure and AWS customers, strengthening the company's cloud service provider and managed service offerings.

Instead of having to write customer scripts, alarms and notifications, Fugue alerts NLT if any of the company's environments deviate in any way from the last build baseline, according to NLT Cloud Architect Dave Williams. Certain production accounts also enjoy self-healing infrastructure, meaning that the environment is automatically rolled back to its desired configuration if an anomaly is found.

Fugue's cloud infrastructure base-lining technologies will help keep NLT's cloud environments secure and compliant with policy, according to Fugue CEO Phillip Merrick. By partnering with Fugue, NLT will be able to keep customer data and applications secure in a highly efficient and scalable manner.

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