IBM Security brought home multiple prestigious awards, hosted well-attended events and continued to grow in the U.K. and Europe in 2016.
'Twas the hack before Christmas, the time late December. While IT professionals are home with family members, cybercriminals are planning their next moves.
To pay or not to pay? When it comes to ransomware, that is the question. Despite a rise in attacks, organizations are largely unaware of the threat.
IBM is working to help companies address the challenges they face when adopting a more proactive approach to incident response.
Findings from the Ponemon Institute's "2016 Cyber Resilient Organization" study suggest that many organizations are unprepared to respond to a cyberattack.
The widespread democratization of cybersecurity data would enable the IT industry to keep up with cybercriminals who always seem to be one step ahead.
Previously, the sole focus of the IBM X-Force team was to monitor threats to better secure IBM projects. Today the group is dedicated to pure research.
Written by John Markott, Director of Product Management, Carbon Black and I-Lung Kao, BigFix Product Manager, IBM Security Vulnerability management is one of the biggest problems plaguing the security industry today. According to Gartner’s...
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IBM Security Director of strategy and product design Kevin Skapinetz shared 10 cybersecurity lessons he picked up in his decade of experience in IT.