ESET joins ranks as a CVE Numbering Authority (CNAs)
Working in concert with the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE®) Program, ESET, the leading Europe-based endpoint protection platform vendor, is authorized by the CVE Program as a CVE Numbering Authority (CNA).
Organizations designated as CNAs are responsible for the assignment of CVE IDs to vulnerabilities, and for creating and publishing information about the vulnerability in the associated CVE Record.
The status means that ESET will be able to publish CVE Records, including the CVE ID, descriptor, and references concerning vulnerabilities discovered in its own products and those discovered by ESET researchers in third-party products not covered by other CNAs.
- Early detection of clandestine insider threats, phishing or other attacks commonly used against enterprises.
Improved risk management
- ESET Enterprise Inspector analyzes vast amounts of data in real-time to reduce response time, remediate security issues and improve security posture.
Answer to Advanced Persistent Threats (APT)
- Ideal for threat hunting, ESET Enterprise Inspector proactively prevents future attacks, including insidious APTs.
HPE Storage news and update
This roundup now builds, month-over-month, to provide an in-depth update. Find May updates below, and add this article to your Favorites for additional updates in June.
- On May 4 Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced a new data services platform that transforms HPE storage into a cloud-native, software-defined data services business.
- New learning path and badge available in HPE Tech Pro to promote your HPE Alletra knowledge.
- NPI: HPE Solutions for Scality
- Enhancements to HPE Nimble Storage dHCI
- New case study: Audio Acoustics uses HPE Nimble Storage and HPE Cloud Volumes Block to cost-effectively solve their disaster recovery.
- IDC: Drive efficient data protection for hybrid cloud, containers, and VMs