This overview introduces a downloadable XDR whitepaper by Frost & Sullivan, covering XDR and enhanced visibility, the value of XDR to the future of security ops, and why organizations should adopt XDR by focusing on 3 essential keys.
At NetWitness we know how devastating it can be to find your organization impacted by a ransomware attack, so we created this Ransomware FAQ. This intro to ransomware explains essential ransomware concepts to equip IT and non-IT professionals with deeper knowledge of this growing threat.
Zero Trust isn’t always part of the XDR conversation—but it should be. Here’s why the relationship of these threat detection partners is so critically important to an enterprise’s digital transformation security.
In this interview, Neil Wyler, a.k.a. Grifter, talks about how he got involved with Black Hat more than 20 years ago, and how the event’s network operations center (NOC) has evolved in that time to take on today’s modern cybersecurity challenges.
When security is weaved in from the outset, the fabric you produce at the end of the project is stronger and safer. In the security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) space, that essential ingredient is a threat intelligence platform (TIP) capability.
IoT Edge architecture is emerging to tackle the explosion of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and systems. This open ecosystem approach enables contributions from many sources. RSA is doing its part to add security across the range of IoT Edge solutions.
XDR and evolved SIEM solutions offer similar capabilities and benefits. To choose between evolved SIEM and XDR, organizations should first ask what they’re looking to achieve and consider the value of both before deciding.
In Part II of this blog series, we examine strategies for insider threat risk mitigation including key tenants of data visibility and advanced analytics to provide organizations a road map for addressing this evolving threat.
RSA CTO Dr. Zulfikar Ramzan talks with ITPSmagazine about the security and risk challenges of transitioning employee and business operations back to physical locations and why this period of disruption may be a catalyst for a new era of innovation.
The way we work has changed forever. From offices to homes and remote locations, what do security operations need to consider? And how do they need to adapt to this dynamic workforce? There are five security considerations that should be top of mind in this new reality.
Risk management, threat intelligence, and incident response come together in a sensible, practical, and operational detect and respond model to positively impact your cyber risk strategy. Staffing models (small and large), tools, and managed service providers can also be leveraged successfully.