News Roundup

A quick roundup of the news in Telecoms | Week #18

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Versa Networks Upgrades Unified SASE Platform with Enhanced AI Capabilities

Versa Networks has announced significant enhancements to its Unified Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) platform, integrating advanced AI features to strengthen threat detection, speed up remediation, and enhance data protection. The new capabilities of VersaAI™ leverage comprehensive network and security telemetry to provide actionable insights for threat prevention, data security, and operational efficiency. These enhancements aim to empower security teams to effectively combat evolving cyber threats in real-time, leveraging AI-driven analytics and reasoning to optimize security posture and streamline incident response.

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54 Billion Cookies Leaked: The Hidden Risks and How to Protect Yourself

A recent study by NordVPN reveals that over 54 billion cookies have been leaked on the dark web, with 1.5 billion originating from the United States alone. Cookies, typically seen as harmless, are now a prime target for hackers to gain unauthorized access to personal data. If a hacker acquires active cookies, they can potentially bypass login credentials and multi-factor authentication. The study identifies various types of cookies, their associated risks, and the prevalence of malware used to steal them. Key advice includes regularly deleting cookies, exercising caution online, and using security tools like NordVPN’s Threat Protection to mitigate risks.

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Greenlight Networks Expands Fiber Services to Small Businesses in New York State

Greenlight Networks, the top fiber-to-the-home provider in New York, introduces new affordable multi-gig fiber services tailored for small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with 20 employees or fewer. The initiative aims to provide SMBs with enhanced network capacity, reduced pricing, and dedicated customer support. Features include segmented network traffic, business concierge support, fast symmetrical internet speeds, and seamless signal continuity. Pricing plans start at $150 per month for 500 Mb with no hidden charges or contracts. With this expansion, Greenlight reaffirms its commitment to delivering reliable, high-performance internet solutions to support SMB operations.

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RingCentral Introduces New AI and Video Capabilities for Enhanced Workflows

RingCentral, Inc. unveils groundbreaking platform features empowering users to seamlessly integrate AI, video, and social messaging into workflows without coding. The latest APIs enable audio and video transcriptions, speaker diarization, and keyword analysis, enhancing customer engagement. Additionally, new Video API and SDK facilitate live video meetings with customizability and security. Social Messaging APIs extend application reach across nine platforms. The introduction of Workflow Builder allows users to create custom workflows effortlessly. Praised by industry analysts, RingCentral’s platform earns recognition for its adaptability and unified communications solutions, backed by an enhanced ISV Partner Program and a thriving developer community.

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