Balancing Complexity and Simplicity in Cybersecurity

It won’t have escaped your notice that cybersecurity is becoming more complex by the second. Lots of converging factors are responsible - for one, modern cyber-attacks are changing daily as hackers …
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Mapping the New Cybersecurity Landscape

The landscape of cyber security is always changing. Attackers are constantly probing for new weaknesses and vulnerabilities to exploit in corporate networks, while organisations are being forced to ta …
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CSA/BSI: A Partnership with it’s head in the Cloud?

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) recently revealed some serious and potentially very damaging statistics about data security in the wake of the NSA’s PRISM scandal. A survey of its members highli …
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15 Essential Things to Know About SIEM

Security information and event management (SIEM) should form the foundation of any organisation’s security strategy. With the ever-increasing threat of attacks and the inevitability of more sophisti …
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Slash Security Admin

Ploughing through log reports isn’t for the faint-hearted. It perhaps doesn’t improve the situation to know that the security information the report contains is already redundant. Or that the pers …
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Early Warning Systems Start with SIEM

Does Mystic Meg do threat predictions? No. And nor would we want her to. Russell Grant, Psychic Sally and Jonathan Cainer can’t help either. Predicting the attack vectors of malware threats is impos …
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Love Your Logs

Are you still reading? Whilst it might not be the most stimulating of security tasks, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a must have. SIEM feeds on logs and in the fight against ever …
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Why Enterprise SIEM is like a trip to the gym

The approach that many organisations take towards Security Information Event Management (SIEM) also reflects the attitude of many towards physical fitness. Rather than go to the expense and inconvenie …
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