The last post, Transformational Cyber Security Part I, discussed exciting inventions that turn cybersecurity upside-down by preventing malware from freeloading CPU instructions in a properly configured software defined data center (SDDC), thereby rendering on-premise cyber attacks null and void. It also discussed root-of-trust encrypted metavisor technology that protects … [Read more...] about Time for Transformational Cybersecurity Part II
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Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASB) have been hot for the last 5 years. But how do you select a CASB? It has gotten to the point where every firm is either using one, evaluating one, or studying how to use them. This makes sense, since any successful cloud transition strategy should including appropriate attention being placed on how to secure, control and manage corporate … [Read more...] about How Do I select a Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASB)?
Editor's note: We saw the press release below from OASIS and wanted to share it with you since it covers some of the most important information sharing standards in the community today, STIX, TAXII and Cybox. These standards are now being advanced through the open standards process of OASIS. From PRweb OASIS Advances Automated Cyber Threat Intelligence Sharing with STIX, … [Read more...] about OASIS Advances Automated Cyber Threat Intelligence Sharing with STIX, TAXII, CybOX
It is no secret that insider threat is a serious issue that every organization is facing. A look back at 2014 reveals any number of breaches that can be traced back to malicious or exploited insiders. The 2014 Data Breach Investigation Report published by Verizon highlighted that insider threats showed the most significant year over year growth from 2013 to 2014, although this … [Read more...] about Palo Alto Networks Uses Neural Networks to Attack Insider Threat
Editor's note: Nate Fick is the CEO of Endgame where we first saw this piece. We asked him to share these thoughts with you here. - bg The Obama Administration deserves credit for putting together the first-ever White House summit on cybersecurity on Friday and – contrary to what some media coverage may lead you to believe – the U.S. private sector mostly deserves credit for … [Read more...] about Five Thoughts from the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection