By creating, regularly reviewing and maintaining a security playbook, SOC leaders can position analysts to execute incident response processes more quickly and effectively.
Like the concept of vinyasa in yoga, continuous improvement is the key to establishing and maintaining an effective cybersecurity strategy.
SOC analysts don't always come with all the certifications and skills an organization needs to protect its data. How can security leaders develop these employees into passionate, dedicated analysts?
Your SOC collects mounds of data every day, but not all of it will contribute to a useful, relevant analysis of its performance. What metrics do you need to measure the success of your SOC?
Decoy File System's overlay layer is a forensic tool that helps security teams piece together what happens during a cyberattack and collect key evidence in the aftermath of a breach.
Machine learning can strengthen your security posture, but it's not without its blind spots. What do adversarial machine learning attacks look like, and how can companies stop them?
What is ransomware? In short, it's malware that encrypts your data and demands a ransom fee for its supposed safe return. The best defense against this threat is to keep it off the network altogether.
Security teams can better prepare for cyberattacks by leveraging the different types of threat intelligence to inform decision-making at various levels of the enterprise.
Some refer to information security as a war, but it's better to think of it as a game. To win the cybersecurity game, you need to immerse yourself, practice and retrain regularly.
Despite the rising cost of a data breach, many organizations still believe they don't need cybersecurity insurance.