2018 Predictions & Recommendations: The Cloud Will Accelerate Channel Partner Migration to Next-Generation Security Innovators

This post is part of an ongoing blog series examining predictions and recommendations for cybersecurity in 2018. It wasn’t long ago that success in the security channel was based on a partner’s ability to integrate point products. The more point products you offered, the better because the complexity – and, therefore, your margin – was […]

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2018 Predictions & Recommendations: Automated Threat Response Technology in OT Grows Up

This post is part of an ongoing blog series examining predictions and recommendations for cybersecurity in 2018. Automated Threat Response and Relevance to IT and OT Automated threat response, which we’ll simply refer to as ATR, is the process of automating the action taken on detected cyber incidents, particularly those deemed malicious or anomalous. For […]

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2018 Predictions & Recommendations: Advances in Machine Learning Will Improve Both Patient Care and Cybersecurity

This post is part of an ongoing blog series examining predictions and recommendations for cybersecurity in 2018. Machine learning is a buzz topic of conversation in many industries, but is it over-hyped or a real game changer? In the healthcare and cybersecurity industries, at least, I’m leaning toward game changer, and here’s why. There are […]

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2018 Predictions & Recommendations: Cyber Hygiene for Financial Institutions Found Non-Compliant with SWIFT Mandatory Security Controls

This post is part of an ongoing blog series examining predictions and recommendations for cybersecurity in 2018. After a series of high-profile attacks against its members in 2016, the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) established a Customer Security Controls Framework that includes a set of 16 mandatory controls. SWIFT requires self-attestations to be completed by […]

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Five Areas to Consider When Testing Cyber Threat Intelligence Effectiveness

According to the ISACA State of Cyber Security 2017 research, 80% of respondents believe “it is either “likely” or “very likely” that they will be attacked in 2017.” In 2018 and beyond, based on current risk trends to organizations from their infrastructure, employees, supply chain and external threat actors, this figure is unlikely to drop. Cyber threat […]

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