Security-as-a-service can help teams sift through the overwhelming volume of alerts more efficiently, enabling them to focus on the threats that are most likely to require intervention.
Over the course of 2017, the cyberthreat landscape shifted to accommodate a sharper focus on pure data destruction for the sake of disruption rather than monetary gain.
Thanks to their harrowing experience with the Evil Witch, Hansel and Gretel went on to become expert threat hunters to protect the children of the forest.
IBM QRadar offers all the bells and whistles — and cowbell — security teams need to enhance their SIEM capabilities without paying an arm and a leg.
SIEM technology has evolved drastically over the past decade and will continue to mature as the threat landscape shifts and customers' needs change.
SIEM has evolved from its comparatively humble beginnings to integrate user behavior analysis and log management capabilities that are critical to any SOC.
The passive Grasshopper should be more like the Ants, who use IBM Resilient to support their robust and comprehensive incident response plan.
An incident response plan and thorough analysis of historical threat data can help security teams predict how fraudsters might breach their networks.
Without visibility into all data stored on the network, the complex task of data security can have IT teams pining for the bygone days of filing cabinets.
To prepare for the upcoming "Star Trek: Discovery" series, here are eight cybersecurity lessons companies can learn from the science fiction franchise.