Cyber attacks have become ever more frequent, targeted and sophisticated. Millions of warnings are produced by platforms, applications and numerous point solutions like antivirus (AV), intrusion detection system (IDS)/ intrusion prevention system (IPS) and firewalls. Quality and speed of the response are essential to limit the impact on your organization. Unfortunately, the trend is going in the opposite direction. Due to the increased complexity of the attacks, companies are forced to employ more and more resources to detect and eliminate a threat. A professionally designed Security Operations Center (SOC) can be a vital line of defense against unauthorized, malicious activity in real time. This requires employing the right people, technology and processes. But what other aspects have to be taken into account when investing in your SOC? Read More
What has Big Data been up to?
Big Data has been a major topic in the IT realm for years. The terms Big Data and Big Data analytics are generally used to describe the potential for new insights into our environment by making sense of the rapidly increasing amount of information produced by the growing number of connected devices. But what is the bigger picture in the potential of Big Data in cybersecurity?
Authors: Marc Lankhorst (BiZZdesign), Danny Weinberger (CSC)
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Why Agility Matters
Agility has become a key ability of enterprises. The pace at which customers require changes, at which new laws and regulations affect services and introduce processes, and the ease with which competitors can disrupt your business, as Google and Apple do nowadays, leads to tremendous pressure. Pressure to change rapidly, to adopt new technologies, to generate growth, to scale up or to reduce cost. So in many organizations, being agile is as crucial as being able to innovate. Innovation and agility are necessary competences for a sustainable business. Read More