Intelligent CISO Issue 10 | Page 6

news Ring unveils first indoor/outdoor security cameras ing, a company on a mission to reduce crime in neighbourhoods, has unveiled Ring Stick Up Cam Wired and Ring Stick Up Cam Battery in the Middle East. R The new Stick Up Cams are Ring’s first cameras meant for both indoor and outdoor use. Ring’s ever-expanding line of home security devices enable the company to further its mission of reducing crime in neighbourhoods across the globe. Jamie Siminoff, Chief Inventor and founder of Ring, said: “We’re excited to continue expanding the Ring of Security with Ring’s first indoor/outdoor cameras. Ring Stick Up Cams give neighbours maximum flexibility to position the cameras anywhere, regardless of power availability, to secure every corner of their property. “Every decision Ring makes is driven by our mission to reduce crime in neighbourhoods; it’s important to have multiple layers of home security and the Stick Up Cam line offers affordable, easy-to-install security for both inside and outside of the home.” Ring Stick Up Cam Battery and Stick Up Cam Wired feature motion detection, 1080p full HD resolution, night vision, two-way talk, a siren and a wide viewing angle. 6 Venafi launches US$12.5m Machine Identity Protection Development Fund enafi, a leading provider of machine identity protection, has announced the launch of the Machine Identity Protection Development Fund. The first US$12.5 million tranche of the fund provides developers with direct sponsorship from Venafi to help accelerate the delivery of comprehensive protection for all machine identities. V Venafi will use the Machine Identity Protection Development Fund to sponsor a range of developers, including consultants, systems integrators, fast-moving startups, open-source developers and other cybersecurity vendors. Funded developers will create integrations that ensure every new machine identity is automatically updated in the Venafi Platform. “The Machine Identity Protection Development Fund is the next logical step for cybersecurity,” said Kevin Bocek, Vice President of Security Strategy and Threat Intelligence for Venafi. “While we spend over US$8 billion protecting the identities of humans on our networks, we invest very little in time, resources and money to safeguard the identities of machines, especially those used in the cloud, in DevOps environments and on IoT devices.” He added: “By providing developers with direct sponsorship, Venafi is accelerating the rate at which these complex problems are solved for the Global 5000 and, at the same time, expanding their strong, thriving partner ecosystem.” Issue 10 |