Intelligent CISO Issue 9 - Page 13

news Fugue Risk Manager to protect against data breaches with self-healing cloud infrastructure infrastructure to identify policy violations for a number of compliance regimes. Fugue Risk Manager can then enforce known-good infrastructure baselines provisioned by the cloud team in order to identify configuration drift and automatically remediate it as soon as it occurs. ugue, a company automating enterprise cloud security and compliance enforcement to prevent data breaches and policy violations due to misconfiguration, has announced the availability of Fugue Risk Manager. A Software- F as-a-Service (SaaS) offering, Fugue Risk Manager can identify compliance violations in cloud environments and automatically remediate unauthorised infrastructure changes. Enterprise cloud teams can use Fugue Risk Manager to scan cloud “Enterprises operating at scale on cloud face a governance challenge – how to ensure everything that’s running in their cloud adheres to compliance and security policy and is free of misconfiguration that can lead to critical security incidents,” said Phillip Merrick, CEO of Fugue. “Fugue Risk Manager provides enterprises with autonomic governance over their cloud infrastructure while supporting the speed and agility needed in today’s competitive environment.” SULTANATE OF OMAN SIGNS CYBERSECURITY CO-OPERATION AGREEMENT WITH WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM he Sultanate of Oman, represented by the Information Technology Authority (ITA), has signed a cybersecurity agreement with the World Economic Forum. The co- operation aims to explore opportunities for building a non-exclusive collaboration between them towards promoting cybersecurity and identifying potential projects to mitigate cyberthreats. T The agreement was signed with Dr Salim Sultan Al Ruzaiqi, CEO of ITA, and Troels Oerting, Head of Global Centre for Cybersecurity (GCC), at the World Economic Forum. Dr Salim Al Ruzaiqi, CEO of ITA, said: “Through this agreement we seek to strengthen co-operation between the Sultanate and the World Economic Forum in the field of cybersecurity and we hope that the | Issue 09 agreement will contribute to enhancing the role of the Sultanate as a developed country in the field of cybersecurity readiness as we are ranked first place in the Arab world and fourth worldwide.” Troels Oerting, Head of Global Centre for Cybersecurity, (GCC), at the World Economic Forum, said: “By working with Oman we also get access to many other countries in the region and over the globe because Oman is known as the Switzerland of the Middle East for its neutral roles. I have also been impressed by the expertise in this country in cybersecurity so we are looking forward to generating big projects together and to improve security not just for Oman but also for everybody else in the world.” u 13