How to bring 'WOW' factor in SOC visits

If you are in process of buying a car - probably you'll do self research, visit the showrooms, opt for self-drive, experience it and then make decision - whether or not to buy the product and services. In cyber security - enterprise before making outsourcing decision on security operations and management will opt for SOC... Continue Reading →

Digital workplace security for social media generations

Who are social media generations? Social media generations are commonly referred as ‘GenZ’ or ‘iGen’ or ‘Centennials’. The center for generational kinetics define birth years of GenZ as being 1996 to the present. There are currently over 23 million Gen Z in the United States. Within the next five years, they will become the fastest-growing... Continue Reading →

Cyber Security Operations with Humans and Machines

Organizations today finding ways and means to utilize both humans and machines in cyber security operations. You should've noticed in market most of the cyber security product vendors using terms such as 'Artificial Intelligence', 'Machine Learning', 'Behavioral Analytics', 'Automated Workflow', etc,. Likewise system integrator, managed security service providers has explored possible use-cases to have 'machine... Continue Reading →

How to achieve 72 hours for breach notification

What regulators demanding from organizations? According to Article 33 - EU GDPR - "Notification of a personal data breach to the supervisory authority"; In the case of a personal data breach, the controller shall without undue delay and, where feasible, not later than 72 hours after having become aware of it, notify the personal data... Continue Reading →

Deepfake – Seeing is no longer believing

What is Deepfake Deepfakes are fake videos or audio recordings that look and sound just like the real thing, today anyone can download deepfake software and create convincing fake videos in their spare time. Deepfakes exploit this human tendency using generative adversarial networks (GANs), in which two machine learning (ML) models duke it out. One ML model... Continue Reading →

Threat modeling frameworks and methodologies

Threat modeling is a process by which organizations can shift their security approach from reactively plugging exploits to proactively and systematically understanding and addressing potential threats in the design stage. This process identifies potential threats to the system, data/asset exposure, logical/architectural vulnerabilities, and relevant security controls to help evaluate security decisions, serve as a guide... Continue Reading →

Unpatched vulnerabilities; Is it problem worth solving?

Enterprise today are investing in world class security products and do hire talented workforce to keep their business assets safe from any attack vectors. According to IBM XForce Threat Intelligence Index 2019, the growing attack surface and rising risk in organization today are vulnerability remediation and effective patch management. Security leaders wanting their security operations... Continue Reading →

Application visibility is key for data center micro segmentation

Micro segmentation is key for zero-trust network Micro segmentation divides a network at a granular level, allowing organizations to tailor security settings to different types of traffic and create policies that limit network and application flows to those that are explicitly permitted. It allows security teams the flexibility to apply the right level of protection... Continue Reading →

Importance of security operational metrics and reports

Enterprise today has limited security resources and are strive to ensure the confidentiality, availability and integrity of data. The cost of securing operational assets and data is an important consideration. Each enterprise must find ways to balance between managing risk and cyber security expenditures. Role of measurements and metrics in security operation center Measurements tend... Continue Reading →

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