It turns out SIEM isn't on life support after all. Cisco is providing 28 billion reasons to believe enterprises aren't scrapping the security operations center staple anytime soon, even though rivals with other types of security technology have attempted to write SIEM's obituary for years.
In Part 3 of this three-part blog post, Nikko Asset Management's Marcus Rameke discusses why opting for SaaS or PaaS over IaaS is a sensible decision for most businesses, why cloud solutions are preferable to on-premises HCI, and how to achieve environmental sustainability.
A recent, brief disruption at Canadian airports is a reminder that Russia-aligned hacking groups' bark remains worse than their bite. Experts say these groups' impact largely remains minimal, which begs the question of how they disrupted arrival kiosks across Canadian airports.
A day after the British Parliament approved a bill intended to eradicate child abuse content, cabinet officials called on social media giant Meta to halt a rollout of end-to-end encryption. Meta hasn't provided assurances that it will safeguard users, charged Home Secretary Suella Braverman.
WatchGuard purchased a Massachusetts company to extend network detection and response capabilities traditionally reserved for high-end enterprises to the midmarket through MSPs. The deal gives WatchGuard clients more visibility into east-west network traffic and activity taking place on the cloud.
Chinese-speaking hackers associated with criminal activity have redoubled efforts to target compatriots with malware to remotely control victim computers, pointing to a worrying surge in financially driven activity in the Sino cyber underworld, say researchers at Proofpoint.
Federal authorities are warning of "significant risk" for potential attacks on healthcare and public health sector entities by the North Korean state-sponsored Lazarus Group involving exploitation of a critical vulnerability in 24 Zoho ManageEngine products.
Microsoft said Chinese state-affiliated groups have stepped up cyberattacks in 2023 against countries in the South China Sea region - even hacking telecom firms to steal call records for cyberespionage. The most active group, Raspberry Typhoon, targets governments, militaries and infrastructure.
The private sector's frenzy to incorporate generative AI into products is leading companies to overlook basic security practices, a Google executive warned Tuesday. "Most people are still struggling with the basics," said John Stone, whose title at Google Cloud is "chaos coordinator."
This week, ISMG editors covered the hot topics at ISMG's London Cybersecurity Summit 2023, including the technical landscape of AI, executive liability, incident response strategies in the face of a global ransomware attack and how to build personal resilience to avoid burnout.
Enterprises are grappling with constantly changing technologies and new stakeholders, making it hard for security teams to achieve both cyber maturity and long-term sustainability. Standardization plays a critical role in cyber resilience, said Sunil Varkey, former CISO of Wipro and Idea Cellular.
The Ukraine war underscores the threats posed by cyberwarfare. India faces its own threats, which means public and private sectors need to work together to defend against nation-state attacks, according to retired Lt. Cdr. Antony KM, vice president of internal audit and cybersecurity at NAB India.
Last year's winner of RSA Conference's prestigious Innovation Sandbox contest could soon be acquired by Palo Alto Networks, according to Calcalist. The platform security behemoth is in advanced negotiations to purchase enterprise browser startup Talon Cyber Security for $600 million, Calcalist said.
A researcher advised lawmakers to "keep calm and avoid overhyping China's AI capabilities" since the authoritarian regime struggles to drive widespread adoption of new technology. He urged Congress to embrace an "open system of innovation" around AI even it that results in some IP leaking to China.