Strong collaboration between IT and OT is a critical step in improving the security of critical infrastructure systems.
Cybersecurity industry leaders should define a new threat intelligence model that is three-dimensional, nonlinear, rooted in elementary number theory and that applies vector calculus.
While many CISOs are tempted to invest in as many new technologies as they can find to fight emerging threats, less is more when it comes to minimizing cybersecurity complexity.
Standards, baselines and naming conventions can remove barriers to threat detection and response and help security teams build effective SIEM use cases.
Joining a security community is a great way to get advice and feedback on your incident response plan from like-minded peers.
By combining repeatable processes for threat hunting with intelligent solutions and skilled analysts, organizations can improve threat response and protect their most critical assets.
Incident response orchestration and automation can help boost the accuracy and efficiency of IR processes and reduce the burden on the understaffed SOC.
Advanced threats are evolving faster than enterprise security, despite record spend. Organizations need an integrated ecosystem of solutions that provide visibility into anomalies and potential risks.
Without full network visibility and regular utilization of cyber hygiene best practices, your enterprise could face very real, but entirely preventable, security risks.
One cybersecurity capability that continues to prove it's here to stay is threat hunting, a proactive approach to discovering and mitigating threats.