Joining a security community is a great way to get advice and feedback on your incident response plan from like-minded peers.
Incident response orchestration and automation can help boost the accuracy and efficiency of IR processes and reduce the burden on the understaffed SOC.
The supply/demand ratio for the cyber workforce is now about 2.3 skilled workers per job opening, according to NIST. Security leaders need to be more creative to fill the gaps in their teams.
One cybersecurity capability that continues to prove it's here to stay is threat hunting, a proactive approach to discovering and mitigating threats.
The National Institute for Cybersecurity Education is leading the charge in K–12 security awareness training.
A robust, documented incident response plan is the foundation of a successful automation and orchestration program — but where do you begin?
IT automation is the future of security programs, but it's not simply plug-and-play. SOC leaders must implement this technology thoughtfully to unlock the full range of benefits.
With many enterprises unable to fill open roles for cybersecurity professionals, how can organizations boost collaboration to share security data and drive better outcomes?
By adopting artificial intelligence solutions to help execute the MITRE ATT&CK framework, security teams can reduce dwell times, guide threat hunting endeavors and lighten the load of SOC analysts.
When he's not helping clients stay on top of cloud security, Andi Hudson is reaching out to schools to spread awareness about careers in technology and the importance of data privacy.