Experts Emma Bickerstaffe and Jaime Cowper discuss the evolving security operations center (SOC): What's current, what's new and what's on the horizon?
IT complexity has created a "glass half empty" attitude toward information security. Even so, effective cybersecurity remains simple — just not easy.
Security leaders face more challenges to protect critical assets than ever. The evolving enterprise landscape has created a need for new frameworks and solutions to achieve visibility and control.
One cybersecurity capability that continues to prove it's here to stay is threat hunting, a proactive approach to discovering and mitigating threats.
Thanks to a wealth of new capabilities, security operations teams that leverage a cutting-edge SIEM platform are better armed to defend their organizations from advanced and insider threats.
If you're thinking about adopting artificial intelligence as an ally in your security operations center, the following questions and considerations can be helpful to guide your decision-making.
Using unique methods of analyzing DNS data, advanced DNS analytics enables security teams to quickly and proactively find and eliminate potential threats.
As data becomes more fluid, dynamic and distributed, so do the challenges around protecting it. Unlike traditional data stores, there is little to no control of unstructured data.
Most companies still are not fully up to speed on GDPR compliance. Starting in 2020, they'll have a whole new regulatory maze to navigate: California's Consumer Privacy Act.
Data classification takes on even greater importance today in the context of regulatory compliance mandates and debates over data privacy. Here's what you need to know.