The infamous Target breach continues to provide insights. Leadership changes at Target demonstrate the new demands on IT security leadership. Leaders cannot hide behind hackers, technologies, or checkbox audits any longer. Breaches have real consequences, like losing your job. To confront this challange IT security leaders need to start asking hard questions of themselves and their employer.
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.
This is the final part of our three-part series on Security Analytics. You can view Part 1 and Part 2 here. In Part 1 and 2 of this series, we looked at the technology behind Security Analytics (SA) and where these technologies are going. In this final part, we will address how to select a SA platform for your… Read More »
The Security Analytics market is exploding with innovation. There are a myriad of new technologies and new ideas. In this second part of our series, we explore the technical details of the Security Analytics market and the benefits it can offer a IT enterprises.
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.
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