The cyberthreat landscape is rapidly changing. As attacks continue to increase in volume and sophistication, agency defenses also must evolve.
In order to do so, many agencies are moving toward a more holistic, analytics-driven approach to security. By gaining an end-to-end view of what's happening inside an agency...
Increasingly, threat hunting is a practice that enterprises want to understand and implement. But it is not always feasible to do so in-house, given the demand for resources and skills. That's where managed threat hunting enters, says CrowdStrike's Jennifer Ayers.
Most enterprises are at least discussing security analytics. But how are they actually deploying these tools? And with what levels of automation and orchestration? Drew Gidwani of ThreatConnect shares insight on how to maximize analytics.
ThreatConnect surveyed over 350 cybersecurity players in the United States to understand how their organization uses threat intelligence to aggregate and monitor cybersecurity data in one place.
Download the Report: Building a Threat Intelligence Program to review research findings that include how organizations...
Microsoft appears set to patch a zero-day local privilege escalation vulnerability after a researcher published proof-of-concept exploit code for the flaw. That's a relatively rare turn of events these days, owing to Microsoft's bug bounty program rules.
Too many organizations leverage advanced threat intelligence merely to detect indicators of compromise. But Brian Hussey of Trustwave wants to help them mine actionable threat intelligence to truly bolster enterprise defenses.
Malware detection needs to shift to detecting anomalous behavior, rather than depending on signature-based detection technologies to deal with such threats as sandbox-evading malware, says Verizon's Ashish Thapar.
The likelihood of a cyber-attack that bypasses all of your security controls is high and often not detected until it's already over. To solve this problem service providers have created a radically new model of cyber security services called Managed Detection and Response or MDR. The focus of MDR is to detect the...
While well known, fewer than 1% of internet users have visited the dark web and even among IT security professionals, only 1 in 7 have ever ventured to a dark web forum or site. This lack of direct experience helps explain why there is so much fear and misinformation being spread. But it also suggests that many in the...
With the cybersecurity threat landscape growing and evolving
rapidly, many enterprises and other large organizations are
seeking more effective ways to protect themselves and their
employees from these threats.
One of the most effective strategies for doing this is to take a more
dynamic and proactive approach to...
Whether you've visited the Dark Web or not, you're likely aware that
it's comprised of various anonymous forums and black markets.
Many of these Dark Web black markets are used for illegal activities,
like buying and selling drugs, weapons, confidential documents
and illegal services. While you may not be in the...