Alarms, cars, door sensors – alerts around your own home can drive you to frustration. Now just imagine how your SOC team feels with hundreds more alerts daily! That is why effective alert prioritization is vital for any XDR solution, and why Cisco takes a data driven approach, helping SOC teams correlate and...
Microsoft Azure provides a flexible and scalable cloud computing platform for your workloads. Join this webinar to learn how hybrid-mesh cloud firewalls enable you to extend your on-premises security to the cloud.
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The challenges of integrating cloud security into your broader...
The European Commission is proposing to spend more than 1 billion euros on cybersecurity operations centers amid long-standing worries that cyberthreats against the members of the continental alliance go undetected, concerns made more urgent by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
As ransomware actors get innovative and attacks keep growing at a brisk pace, threat intelligence and incident response plans are now more vital for businesses. But responding calmly in all that chaos is equally important and should be done the right way, said Palo Alto Networks' Wendi Whitmore.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are used extensively for detecting threats, but their use in other areas of security operations is less explored. One of the biggest opportunities for AI and ML in cyber is around investigating potential security incidents, said Forrester's Allie Mellen.
The lack of a dedicated security operations center can make it difficult for small organizations to benefit from security tools. To streamline security, it's crucial to have a user-friendly interface and experience that is easy to comprehend and understand, said Malwarebytes CEO Marcin Kleczynski.
The speed at which we're seeing ransomware attacks has increased dramatically in the last couple of years - and it's only getting faster, warns Mary O'Brien, general manager, IBM Security. Ransomware deployment has increased from three months to four days on average.
Despite noticeable growth within the cybersecurity workforce from 2021 to 2022, an estimated 3.4 million security roles still remain unfilled, a 26% increase from the numbers reported in 2021.
In this eBook, you’ll find actionable guidance to help make the case for security program funding to gain these benefits:
The convergence of SIEM and SOAR technologies simplifies and modernizes investigations by integrating detections, response templates, and automation. In this webinar, you will see how Splunk Mission Control strengthens your digital resilience by bringing order to your security operations' chaos.
CEO Michael Mumcuoglu says detection posture management can be used in concert with the MITRE ATT&CK Framework to detect and remediate threats. DPM offers a proactive, systematic approach to detection and response and uses automation and analytics, which he said help deliver improved effectiveness.
As threats continue to increase in frequency and sophistication, managed detection and response or MDR is becoming an increasingly important component of any organization's cybersecurity strategy and can help organizations overcome a major challenge facing security teams - the skills shortage.
The midsize market encounters many cybersecurity hurdles, including the increasing volume of information that needs to be protected, the shift to hybrid cloud, and limited skilled personnel to build and implement security programs. What does the SOC look like for these organizations?
Despite increased investments in IT security, 59% of global security decision-makers say their firm's sensitive data was breached at least once in the past year.
– Adapt Or Die: XDR Is On A Collision Course With SIEM And SOAR, April 2021
It’s been a tumultuous time when it comes to ransomware and breaches....