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The 30 Hottest New Cybersecurity Tools Announced At RSA Conference 2020

From behavior profiling of IoT devices to container-based isolation for key applications to eliminating spoofing links in emails, here's a look at 30 key cybersecurity tools unveiled at the RSA Conference this year.

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F5 Application Protection

F5’s Application Protection portfolio safeguards all applications without impacting the user experience or impeding the delivery of digital services from code to customer, the company said. The company said it has realized operational efficiencies by seamlessly enabling application security across multiple environments with consistent policies and controls.

F5 said its offerings guard against application threats such as application-layer denial of service, malicious scripting and injection attacks, with Shape Enterprise Defense mitigating attacks tied to app fraud and abuse. And the F5 identity-aware proxy enables single sign-on and multi-actor authentication policies to help organizations realize the benefits of modern authentication and authorization protocols.

The company also offers a managed service focused on DDoS through Silverline to help protect customers from volumetric or reflected amplification attacks. From there, F5’s intelligent threat services use advanced analytics to transform the data sets into tactical intelligence that is both relevant and consumable by portfolio services.

 
 
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