The Institute of Pervasive Cybersecurity at Boise State University has introduced its Cyberdome initiative in partnership with Stellar Cyber, which aims to reduce rural cyber risk and expand the cybersecurity workforce in Idaho.
Security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) tools can help ease the burden of overwhelmed security operations center (SOC) employees. Dive into the ins and outs of this security management strategy.
Does traditional security information and event management (SIEM) still offer the robust protection it did back in the ’00s? Despite its reputation as a data security essential, traditional SIEM dashboards are leaving companies across the globe unknowingly vulnerable.
Traditionally, security operations centers (SOC) used tools such as endpoint detection and response (EDR), network detection and response (NDR), and security information and event management (SIEM), but as a result of the rush to remote work, many security teams have found their tools are now blind to many new and emerging threats.
Maybe you already have a security information and event management (SIEM) service and you are looking for help managing it. Maybe you are thinking of buying a SIEM and concerned it might be too much to handle on your own. Or maybe you are using a managed security service provider (MSSP) and thinking of gaining more control of your data by working collaboratively in your SIEM rather than letting them do all the work. Here are the most common myths, along with the realities of co-managed security event management.
For many in the IT industry and cybersecurity domain, embracing AI without clearly understanding what it can and cannot offer is akin to flying blind in the ever-expanding computing skies. AI will have a particularly important role to play in cybersecurity and next-gen data center, however that merits a closer look at its present state first.