To help close the skills gap, IBM supported the launch of TechVets, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping veterans and service leavers transition into cybersecurity careers.
March’s Top Cybersecurity News Stories: Responding to Attacks, Women in Security and a New Community for Security Pros
In this month's cybersecurity news, major cities suffered crippling ransomware attacks, new research revealed a lack of incident response preparedness and IBM launched a community for security pros.
By tailoring threat intelligence to the specific concerns of the analysts consuming it, organizations can reduce alert fatigue and achieve higher levels of security maturity.
By augmenting the skills of their human security analysts with machine learning capabilities, organizations can boost the efficiency of their SOCs and stay ahead of evolving cyberthreats.
Just like a college basketball team needs to know its X's and O's to win the big game and cut down the nets, a security team needs threat intelligence to win the ongoing battle against cyberthreats.
Security training programs should go beyond the basics and address why phishing attacks, social engineering schemes and other insider threats impact employees personally.
Although International Women's Day has come and gone, the push to empower women in cybersecurity and educate young women about their career options is a year-long effort.
CYBERUK 2018 offers attendees an opportunity to network with experts, collaborate with peers and recruit new talent to join the fight against ever-evolving cyberthreats.
Even if you have all the training, policies and technologies under the sun, your security program is useless if your organization lacks common goals and self-awareness about its defense capabilities.
Many organizations still struggle with application and web security due to numerous persistent challenges, most of which relate to lack of oversight, poor planning and human error.