The new definition for threat prediction

The new definition for threat prediction

Security is hard enough without inaccurate understandings of your team setting unrealistic expectations for success. Security teams need to demystify the concept of “threat prediction” by addressing three common misunderstandings and...

08/01/18

Redefining threat prediction

Redefining threat prediction

Security is hard. Some say once we can predict threats all will be better. Should we believe? Maybe. But security teams need to demystify the concept of “threat prediction” by addressing three common misunderstandings, and move their...

07/16/18

The art of machine speed execution

The art of machine speed execution

Understaffed security teams are struggling to secure their organizations’ expanding technology footprints, and often times the new tools they have been given to manage data bring with them a tidal wave of new data to sift through. In...

05/22/18

Redefining mission critical systems in the world of analytics-driven security

Redefining mission critical systems in the world of analytics-driven security

How should security operations determine what systems require the most attention?

04/27/18

How sharing success can translate infosec into exec

How sharing success can translate infosec into exec

For security to grow into this new role across the industry, analysts need to work with one another to celebrate their successes, provide key learnings on tying security advancements to key business functions and ensure that the...

03/13/18

3 ways to make the most of GDPR

3 ways to make the most of GDPR

EU regulations provide an unprecedented opportunity to elevate cybersecurity as a business enabler.

02/01/18

How security teams can serve the business with automation

How security teams can serve the business with automation

Automation isn’t automatic: it takes diligent steps to improve your security environment.

12/11/17

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