Threat detection relies on signatures or the correlation of system events to identify indicators of compromise (IOCs). As such, it is primarily reactive and used to verify if a breach has occurred, and to assess the scope and spread of a threat. This article explains how proactive threat hunting can address this inherent weakness in threat detection by assuming a threat or threat actor has not been detected, yet may have targeted an organization.
The practice of Bring Your Own Intelligence—BYOI for short—enables security teams to more effectively protect their organizations by focusing on what’s most relevant to them. Here are four key benefits of BYOI for your business.
Want to learn why the $100 million attack on two U.S. Tech companies will accelerate the adoption of machine learning for information security? Then read this Experts Corner from InfoSec expert, Eyal Benishti.
It’s 2017 and we can no longer afford to ignore good cybersecurity practices. In this ITSPmagazine exclusive, we connected with top cybersecurity experts to get their recommendations on protecting business and users from malicious attacks.
Jamison Utter looks to shift the cybersecurity model from one of being a cop to one of being a spy. Will this help companies be more successful in mitigating their cyber risk?