Businesses need to understand they will experience a breach incident and plan accordingly how they would protect the data, a panel of experts said this week at a town hall event in honor of Data Privacy Day.
Bay Dynamics, a provider of information risk intelligence solutions, launched a new portal designed to help customers identify threat patterns, trends and behaviors based on deviations from normal user activities.
According to a new report released by the World Economic Forum, failure to improve cyber security could cost the world economy trillions of dollars in economic value and lead to more frequent cyber attacks.
In its Global Threat Report, CrowdStrike identified many of the tactics, techniques, and procedures used by more than 50 different threat actor groups to craft and launch sophisticated attacks against major targets around the world.
Industry-wide cyber attack exercises (CyberRX) will examine broad and segment-specific threats targeting information systems, medical devices and other essential technology resources of the healthcare industry.
During the RSA Conference we heard a lot about the changing landscape of threats and how attackers are becoming more sophisticated and better funded every day. So naturally the debate ensued around whether keeping pace and ultimately closing the gap is a question of technology, spend or approach.
The worst time for an enterprise to discover a gap between what they expected and what they need is during a cyber attack. Here are five questions that enterprises should ask about actionable intelligence now, not later.
While security monitoring generates big data, in its raw form it remains only a means to an end. Ultimately, information security decision making should be based on prioritized, actionable insight derived from the data.