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Tufin | May 29, 2023
Tufin®, the leader in network and cloud security policy automation, today announced the R23-1 release of its Tufin orchestration platform. The latest release extends security teams’ visibility and control into the cloud, enabling enterprises to better bridge the gaps between network and cloud security. With R23-1, Tufin customers can confidently accelerate application delivery and rapidly respond to network access requests, all while optimizing security.
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BBC | January 14, 2020
A US delegation presented the UK with new evidence claiming to show security risks posed by using the Chinese firm. US President Donald Trump has sought to pressure Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the issue. A decision is expected this month on whether to allow Huawei to supply some "non-core" parts for the UK network. A US delegation led by deputy National Security Adviser Matt Pottinger met ministers in London on Monday. Senior US officials handed over a dossier of technical informat...
PRNewswire | January 13, 2020
Former House Intelligence Committee Chairman, Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), will serve as Chairman of 5G Action Now, a new advocacy organization established to fight for the rapid deployment of 5G technology in the United States and raise the alarm about the importance of winning the 5G race against China. When in Congress, Rogers worked to emphasize the critical importance of 5G to America's national and economic security, and highlighted the benefits of prioritizing this race and successfully d...
SDxCentral | January 13, 2020
Samsung is bolstering its ability to serve U.S. carriers like Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and Sprint as the operators roll out 5G services through the acquisition of Virginia-based vendor TeleWorld Solutions (TWS) for an undisclosed sum. The move could make Samsung a more compelling vendor alternative to rivals Nokia and Ericsson, and help alleviate some of the pressure domestic operators are facing because the government has banned the use of equipment and services from China-based vendors Huaw...
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