Cisco took its first major step toward realizing its secure cloud vision in April with the debut of a new extended detection and response platform. The next set of enhancements around generative AI, secure access and defending applications across multiple clouds debuted Tuesday at Cisco Live 2023.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Insights," Chen Burshan and Amir Shachar of Skyhawk Security discuss how they integrated generative AI into their threat detection process and significantly increased the speed and lowered the costs of detecting breaches based by focusing on anomalous activity.
Expel, CrowdStrike and Red Canary held steady atop Forrester's MDR rankings, while Secureworks and Binary Defense tumbled from the leaders category. Providers have turned their attention from maximizing their efficacy at detecting ransomware to finding faster and better ways to respond to attacks.
Identity is more important than ever in today's "work from anywhere" world where the need for secure authentication has become paramount. Zero Trust Authentication complements security investments in EDRs, EPPs, SIEMs and existing SSOs and delivers a passwordless experience that drives productivity.
Toyota on Friday disclosed that it exposed online for a decade car location data belonging to more than two million Japanese customers. The data by itself cannot be used to identify individual car owners, the carmaker said. Also exposed: video taken outside the vehicle with an onboard recorder.
The purchase of promising early-stage startup Laminar by a large tech vendor would match many M&A deals seen in 2023. The downturn has made it tough for small startups to raise additional funding at an increased valuation, while the push for profitability has left big firms open to only tuck-in M&A.
What are the challenges facing the U.S. financial sector as it continues its enthusiastic embrace of cloud-based technology? Department of the Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary Todd Conklin said the agency has been "doing the best we can to secure cloud" as firms increasingly adopt it.
The use of cloud by financial services firms has risen from 91% to 98%, and multi-cloud for critical operations has risen dramatically, triggering greater risk and regulatory scrutiny, said Troy Leach, chief strategy officer at the Cloud Security Alliance, citing a new survey.
The emergence and convergence of technologies - ranging from OT to AI and the shift to the cloud - are creating new threat vectors and security risks as well as opportunities, says Dave DeWalt, founder and CEO of NightDragon, who describes what keeps him up at night and why.
The U.S. national cybersecurity strategy released by the Biden Administration is part of a larger effort to draw attention to the pervasive issue of cybersecurity liability on the part of vendors. The strategy also calls for ramping up the adoption of software bill of materials, or SBOMs.
Organizations face three major challenges in safeguarding data, said Gee Rittenhouse, CEO of Skyhigh Security. The first is determining where data is located. The second is knowing who had access to the data and what they are doing with it. The third is determining the level of risk exposure.
As the cyberthreat and regulatory landscapes are evolving, so too are the data security and privacy priorities of healthcare sector entities, said Taylor Lehmann, director, Office of the CISO, Google Cloud, who explains how organizations can respond to the challenges.
Network segmentation and microsegmentation are ways to contain cyberattacks and prevent lateral spreading. Within the cloud, network segmentation ties into zero trust. Yet the diversity of information systems with different levels of criticality poses a challenge to implementing zero trust.
Complexity has made it tough for organizations to be secure and efficient, which is driving many customers to look at vendor consolidation, said Palo Alto Networks President BJ Jenkins. Organizations that deploy a lot of point solutions are stuck finding a way to make all the products work together.
Digital transformation has expanded the attack surface with cloud and SaaS applications and led to more users working outside the corporate network, said Arctic Wolf president and CEO Nick Schneider. Midmarket businesses have prioritized security spending around detection and response.