Here’s a look at the most interesting products from the past week, featuring releases from Censys, Confirm, Drata, Safe Security, and SpecterOps. Nemesis: Open-source offensive data enrichment and analytic pipeline Nemesis is a centralized data processing platform that ingests, enriches, and performs analytics on offensive security assessment data (i.e., data collected during penetration tests and red team engagements).​​ Nemesis was created by Lee Chagolla-Christensen, Will Schroeder, and Max Harley from SpecterOps. Drata announces Third-Party Risk there’s a wide range of information security (infosec) products available, each specializing in different aspects of cybersecurity. Here are some highly regarded infosec products across various categories: Firewalls: Palo Alto Networks: Known for next-generation firewalls providing advanced threat protection. Cisco ASA: Offers a robust firewall solution with VPN capabilities. Endpoint Protection: CrowdStrike Falcon: Provides endpoint detection and response (EDR) with AI-driven threat intelligence. Microsoft Defender for Endpoint: Offers comprehensive endpoint security with AI-driven protection and endpoint detection and response. Antivirus/Anti-Malware: Bitdefender: Known for its advanced antivirus solutions for home and business use. Kaspersky Lab: Offers a wide range of antivirus and internet security products. Security Information and Event Management (SIEM): Splunk: Provides a powerful SIEM platform for collecting, analyzing, and correlating security data. IBM QRadar: Offers threat intelligence and SIEM capabilities for effective security monitoring. Identity and Access Management (IAM): Okta: Known for its Identity as a Service (IDaaS) platform, providing secure identity management and single sign-on (SSO). Ping Identity: Offers IAM solutions for secure access management and user authentication. Data Loss Prevention (DLP): Symantec Data Loss Prevention: Provides solutions to prevent data leaks and protect sensitive information. McAfee Total Protection: Offers DLP features among its suite of security products. Network Security: Fortinet: Known for its comprehensive network security solutions, including firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, and more. Check Point: Offers a variety of network security solutions, including firewalls, VPNs, and threat prevention. Vulnerability Management: Tenable Nessus: Provides vulnerability scanning and assessment for networks, applications, and endpoints. Qualys: Offers cloud-based vulnerability management and continuous security monitoring. Cloud Security: AWS Security Hub: Provides a centralized view of security alerts and compliance status across AWS services. Microsoft Azure Security Center: Offers unified security management and advanced threat protection for Azure cloud environments. Encryption Tools: VeraCrypt: Open-source encryption tool for securing files and drives. Symantec Endpoint Encryption: Offers encryption solutions for data protection on endpoints. Choosing the best infosec products depends on specific security needs, infrastructure, and budget considerations. Organizations often benefit from a combination of these products to create a robust and layered security posture. Always ensure that chosen products align with your organization’s security requirements and compliance standards.