Anti-virus may be dead, but endpoint security analytics is young, healthy, and about to pop up on your task bar in the near future.
The dream of a “self-defending” network has been alive for a decade. However, recent advances in Security Analytics technologies portend the possibility of a future where humans are removed from incident response.
The new PCI 3.0 introduces a subtle, but important new requirement for addressing security authentication and session management for web applications.
The spate of high profile data breaches have, if nothing else, proven that organizations are managing risk poorly. Part of the blame for that lies in a fundamentally flawed way that companies gather risk data. With the growing use of GRC portals, there is a reliance on questionnaires and surveys to gather risk data. This approach is generating flawed data and subsequently flawed risk management.
Security Analytics is an emerging class of technologies that leverages big data and advanced analysis techniques to find attackers and malicious activity deep inside today’s networks. Anitian conducted an in-depth study of this market and presents our research and insights.
In an age when cybercrime and advanced persistent threats are creating havoc, how does IT security communicate risk to executive leadership? The key is to deliver business risk intelligence to leadership in a format they can understand and use.
The Target breach has ignited a firestorm of debate over the efficacy of the PCI-DSS. The problem with the PCI-DSS is not the standard, but a deeply flawed an corrupted assessment process.
Whether it is personal, local, national or cyber – we adore security, privacy, and spying in all its forms…until it affects us personally…then we hate it with the burring hot passion of 10,000 suns.
Is badBIOS a real threat? Maybe not, but the origin of this threat could be a very real problem.
Anitian analyzes the new requirements to the PCI DSS 3.0