SiliconANGLE reports that the latest version of the TigerGraph Cloud managed graph database enables users to perform safer and easier data analysis.
TigerGraph Cloud allows enterprises to analyze contextual information linking different records more efficiently than relational and NoSQL systems, which has caused such technologies to increase in popularity.
With the new update, TigerGraph Cloud ensure stronger data security by allowing companies to manage different users access to their TigerGraph Cloud deployment, including establishing specific access rights for users and their parameters. It also now enables accessing enterprises databases using a private network link, which offers a degree of isolation from the Internet and thus reduces the risk of cyberattacks.
In addition, the upgraded service introduces new features that improve ease of use, such as an upgraded login interface that enables easier switching between projects for developers who are working on multiplesoftware projects that require the use of a TigerGraph Cloud environment.
BleepingComputer reports that the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has updated its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog to include the high-severity Windows Support Diagnostic Tool zero-day and UnRAR utility vulnerabilities following active exploitation in the wild.
TechCrunch reports that data protection software provider Spin Technology has landed $16 million in a Series A funding round, which will be allocated toward further expansion as it aims to strengthen the defenses of software-as-a-service apps against cyberattacks.