Emergent security AI offers the potential for real-time threat detection and defense — what's the role of automation in this infosecurity endgame?
IBM is investing heavily in cognitive computing and other emerging technologies designed to help analysts secure the growing number of IoT devices.
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.
IT analysts can refer to the human immune system as a model for securing IT systems through careful vetting of data and prioritization of threats.
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.
Intelligent Code Analytics: Increasing Application Security Testing Coverage With Cognitive Computing
With intelligent code analytics, developers can use machine learning to mark up APIs and bring application security testing to the next level.
Unified endpoint management solutions can reduce the time and complexity it takes to perform functions traditionally reserved for MDM and EMM tools.
With its innovative cloud, IoT and cognitive security offerings, IBM is bringing science fiction to life. Learn more about AI and Watson at InterConnect.
QRadar UBA App Adds Machine Learning and Peer Group Analyses to Detect Anomalies in Users’ Activities
User behavior analytics (UBA) solutions enable SOC analysts to reduce the rate of false positives and more accurately detect insider threats.