QRadar Advisor with Watson is not meant to replace humans in the SOC. Instead, it is designed to help analysts make better decisions more quickly.
Emergent security AI offers the potential for real-time threat detection and defense — what's the role of automation in this infosecurity endgame?
Can IBM QRadar Advisor with Watson save the world? We won't know until it matures, but Watson has already shown great potential to assist SOC analysts.
At InterConnect, IBM Security GM Marc van Zadelhoff explained how cognitive technology can revolutionize cybersecurity and the role of the security analyst.
Security orchestration is the union of people, process and technology — computer automation where it works, and human coordination where it doesn't.
To fully embrace the power of the cognitive era, security professionals must understand the capabilities and limitations of artificial intelligence.
The first rule about Security Club is don't talk about security — or, at least, don't let security initiatives get in the way of delivering business value.
With IBM's Cognitive SOC and Watson for Cyber Security, analysts can detect and respond to incidents that traditional threat intelligence platforms miss.
New capabilities such as artificial intelligence and voice control make it easier to interact with our devices, but they also introduce security concerns.
The intersection of artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and EU policy will continue to generate increased interest — and debate — for years to come.