Earlier this month, more than 80 security leaders entered the next-generation security operations center (SOC) experience at IBM Business Connect in London to see the difference that Watson and Resilient could make to incident investigation and...
The cybersecurity skills gap in India is especially worrisome given the increased rate of cyberattacks against businesses and government agencies.
You've heard the buzz words "Watson" and "cognitive" floating like fireflies on a summer night. Watson is changing the future, one small step at a time.
IBM is introducing a cloud-based version of its cognitive security analytics solution that uses core Watson technology trained in the language of security.
F1 drivers and CISOs both rely on fast, analyzed data to enable real-time decision-making and establish appropriate standards and controls.
IBM Cognitive Security may be able to reshape many issues surrounding the energy industry, infrastructure protection and predictive analysis.
Cognitive security can make initiatives such as cloud computing safer, scalable and more manageable for enterprises of any size.
The identity governance of tomorrow looks quite different from today, largely thanks to the rise of special technologies such as cognitive computing.
Large corporations tend to have a lack of data or evidence. By completing their data set, they can gain insight into their systems and protect themselves.