Cognitive security solutions help security teams distinguish valuable threat data from noise on the network and respond to incidents more efficiently.
The key to aligning security with business objectives is to make assets secure by design, which gives analysts sufficient visibility to respond to threats.
Organizations can improve their security operations and response capabilities by adopting a multilayered approach driven by cognitive technology.
Many companies, including IBM, are taking a new collar approach and recruiting ex-military personnel to fill woefully understaffed cybersecurity positions.
Cognitive security tools enable SOC analysts to bridge gaps in intelligence, speed and accuracy, and empowers team leaders to address the IT skills gap.
New technologies like augmented and virtual reality may be the next big thing for security operations centers.
Gamification is an engaging way to motivate security operations center analysts to develop their incident response skills and situational awareness.
This week, IBM opened its refurbished and expanded X-Force Command Center in Wroclaw, Poland, to help clients manage their EU-based data more securely.
It's natural for security professionals to be nervous, but Watson is designed to augment the role of the cognitive analyst, not replace it entirely.
IBM Security developed QRadar Advisor to help IT analysts address gaps in speed, accuracy and intelligence and respond to incidents more confidently