Blog Posts Tagged with "Enterprise Security"
July 06, 2016 Added by:Mike Paquette
By augmenting their efforts with behavioral analytics and machine learning, teams can be sure they reduce alert noise and fatigue while quickly identifying and addressing the issues that actually matter before they hurt their customers or the bottom line.
June 15, 2016 Added by:Ajit Sancheti
Next generation firewalls had a good ten year run and are still good for the network perimeter. But when it comes to protecting the inside of the enterprise perimeter, they lack significant capabilities.
September 17, 2013 Added by:InfosecIsland News
HP today announced new products and services that enable enterprises to disrupt the adversary marketplace, manage risk and extend their security capabilities to better protect themselves against a growing threat landscape.
April 02, 2013 Added by:Rafal Los
This post and the few that follow will go through the five basic ideas behind defensibility and why defensible is a state we should be striving for as enterprise security professionals.
March 27, 2013 Added by:Rafal Los
Strategy without accompanying tactics is a lost cause. Tactics without a solid footing in strategy is an expensive lost cause. The maturity of an organization's security team is directly proportional to their ability to have a foundational strategy and be able to implement tactical measures and feedback to adjust to changing conditions in order to defend adequately.
March 19, 2013 Added by:Rafal Los
It's time to retire the "castle" analogy when it comes to talking about how real Information Security should behave. I still hear it used a lot, and if you walked around the show floor at RSA 2013 you noticed there is still a tremendous amount of focus and vendor push around 'keeping the bad guys out.'
March 16, 2013 Added by:Rafal Los
I can't even express how good it is to be back in the field, solving problems and working with the enterprises again. It's interesting how little the landscape changes in software security and how many of the same challenges that existed during my GE days (2003-2008) are still around today.
January 25, 2013 Added by:Bozidar Spirovski
Services are most vulnerable during change. Continuity of service needs to be ensured during change, and large portions of several ISO and BSI standards are focused on proper management of change. However well controlled, an incident can occur during the change, thus causing failure of service...
January 19, 2013 Added by:Tripwire Inc
Security professionals today identify lack of qualified talent and lack of organizational funding as a key problem to their daily job; which probably implies that they are doing what they can with what they have; which likely may not meet expectations...
January 16, 2013 Added by:Matt Neely
Information security has a problem. We make far too many decisions without having reliable data to assist in our decision making process. Because of this, far too many information security professionals use what I call Gut 1.0 to make decisions based on gut feel...
December 25, 2012 Added by:Alexander Polyakov
ERP systems, which store the information about finances, employees, materials, wages, and so on, are rightfully considered to be the most critical of such systems. Unauthorized access to those systems can lead to espionage, sabotage, or fraud...
December 25, 2012 Added by:Paul Kenyon
Considering this speed of change, taking a moment to reflect on the security risks ahead is not only prudent, but could save your organization from being blindsided. From my view, here's what I'd recommend organizations, from SMBs to the enterprise, prepare for in 2013...
December 19, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los
Say you're a sizeable institution here and that over the last two decades you've amassed lots of platforms that run your business, in a time before the Information Security organization did much more than install anti-virus on your desktop... and now that technical debt has come back to haunt you...
December 10, 2012 Added by:Paul Kenyon
In organizations where IT policy hasn’t been enforced or where users expect to have full autonomy over PCs, the transition to least privilege desktops must be carefully planned, so the IT department doesn’t face a user revolt. Make sure to set users’ expectations accordingly...
December 09, 2012 Added by:Jeffrey Carr
Some of the more forward-looking DOD contractors who have robust internal CERT with engineers who do reverse-engineering could be in the best position to offer free or low-cost network defense to corporations who want to "flip" the malware found on their network for a nice profit...
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