Formerly only associated with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, blockchain technology will come of age in 2017, yielding use cases across industries.
Machine learning relies on data acquisition and classification of examples to help security teams and threat analysts reduce the rate of false positives.
As technology evolves and becomes increasingly available to consumers and fraudsters, drone-led cyberattacks may become more common.
Cognitive systems will improve our security expertise by making it easy to query and provide fast results in an understandable form.
As artificial intelligence evolves, its related security concerns and implications will grow, as well. How can this technology be developed safely?
IBM is introducing a cloud-based version of its cognitive security analytics solution that uses core Watson technology trained in the language of security.
Drones may be a relatively new technology, but there are a number of established risks and threats that need to be addressed by all organizations.
The fourth edition of the 2014 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Quarterly focuses on security threats that could arise from the Internet of Things (IoT).