According to IBM's Christopher Scott, who spoke at The Wall Street Journal's Pro Cybersecurity Executive Forum, the road to better incident response is "a marathon, not a sprint."
Many organizations lack the cybersecurity leadership required to effectively defend their networks and proactively respond to data breaches when they do occur.
For security leaders, the process of defining an SIEM strategy is never complete. A successful deployment requires careful planning, regular review and a culture of continuous improvement.
Existing software systems are slowing down security teams. How can information security professionals bridge the gap and improve response speed?
The return on security investment is a crucial calculation to help CISOs demonstrate risks in business terms and gain executive buy-in for security tools.
For the third straight time, IBM was recognized as a leader in "The Forrester Wave: Enterprise Mobility Management, Q4 2017" for its MaaS360 offering.
IBM Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions deliver silent security, which enables analysts to protect your identity by monitoring behavioral data.
SIEM has evolved from its comparatively humble beginnings to integrate user behavior analysis and log management capabilities that are critical to any SOC.
Using several disparate tools for access management can create a fractured view of access data, decrease productivity and promote insecure behaviors.
The B-2-C-12 formula enables security professionals to demonstrate the value gain of their identity governance and administration investments faster.