As you consider the various IT security events happening next year, here are five key reasons why you should attend some of the compelling IBM Security sessions planned at Think 2019.
Dimitry Snezhkov didn't touch a computer until he was 18. Now he spends his days penetration testing to uncover security gaps and his nights meditating on the balance of life.
With a corporate culture that supports transparency and human agency, it's possible to maximize the existing benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) while laying the groundwork for the future of AI.
For companies that want to understand what is happening in their networks but lack malware analysis tools, using what is publicly available could be the difference between an infection and a crisis.
These days, many electronics companies deploy industrial IoT technologies without evaluating or protecting against cybersecurity risks, or preparing a fast and effective response to a breach.
Incident response orchestration can help security teams transform response across the entire incident life cycle, including automating remedial actions and mitigating future attacks.
Today, we're announcing IBM Security Connect, an open, cloud-based platform that is capable of analyzing federated security data across unconnected tools and environments.
Although AI is poised to take a much larger role in cybersecurity future trends, this doesn't necessarily mean fewer opportunities for human analysts. In fact, it could mean quite the opposite.
To move toward deep, advanced security analytics, CISOs should replace their fragmented tools with a platform-based approach that can leverage a broad set of data.
As the most widely deployed IBM SaaS solution, MaaS360 brings a strong set of unified endpoint management (UEM) capabilities for ruggedized hardware and IoT device deployments.