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Today's threat environments require automated security monitoring and real-time visibility into all activity on all systems, networks, databases and applications. Learn how SIEM can have the right database back-end and offer security intelligence that leverages contextual data to achieve a strong security posture and shorten response time.
Finjan president Phil Hartstein explains the inner workings of proactive content security with behavior-based content analysis technology and how it has shaped – and is continuing to shape – the industry
So today's one of those days that the superstitious among us are a bit on edge. I'm not a fan of Friday the 13th myself, as a date, but I loved the movies. Still, it's Friday though, and so it's a good time to recap some interesting stories, and share a few links with those of you working the late shift or over the weekend.
Trey Ford, General Manager of Black Hat, tells us how the event is evolving, how the NSA surveillance revelations have been GOOD for infosec, and explains his love of flying, all in 140 characters or less.
As the spate of password breaches continues, the challenge is how quickly news of each new attack fades into the background as noise. It makes it even harder to connect with people and convince them to take action. Shift to providing value to others by guiding them on when and how to act -- by sharing information and tools from experts who already invested the time to make it understandable and actionable.
Every year about this time security practitioners awaken to see that the jolly man in the red suit from marketing has jammed their email inboxes across the globe with the proverbial "top ten" lists for the next year.