Security leaders are increasingly turning to security-as-a-service (SECaaS) to keep up with rapidly evolving threats and address the growing skills shortage.
If you are planning to launch a new deployment or otherwise expand your security operations center (SOC) in 2018, ensure that cognitive technologies are available to help analysts digest threat data.
IBM was named a leader in the "IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Managed Security Services 2017 Vendor Assessment" for its ability to integrate MSS globally.
Gartner predicted that information security spending will reach $86.4 billion in 2017. Other trends included security service bundles and IT outsourcing.
This week, IBM opened its refurbished and expanded X-Force Command Center in Wroclaw, Poland, to help clients manage their EU-based data more securely.
Cisco and IBM recently announced they are joining forces to empower cybersecurity teams to more effectively share threat data.
Cognitive security solutions such as Watson can help businesses of all sizes save money and reduce the impact of a cyberattack.
Carbon Black is a leader in next-generation endpoint security, and its products are initiating an evolution in SOC process and procedure.
Security professionals and enthusiasts will have many opportunities to connect with security services experts at IBM InterConnect 2017.
Too many security solutions can generate information overload, but a unified managed security services solution can help IT teams reduce the noise.