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This White Paper, sponsored by The Cyber Threat Alliance, IBM Security, KPN and Nokia looks at the importance of using Defensive and Incident Response (IR) playbooks as a foundational building block of security automation.
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has dismissed the NSS Labs Anti Trust lawsuit against AMTSO. Thank goodness.
The OpenC2 Forum has approved its first specifications, putting the standard on a footing with which it can scale out into commercial deployments and increase speed and efficiency in cyber security operations.
The NSS Labs apology to CrowdStrike and resolution of their lawsuits is progress as far as it goes. But it still leaves outstanding the NSS antitrust suit against AMTSO.
It's clear from the proof-points offered up in a recent webcast that IBM Security and Cisco are serious about their cyber security alliance. In the near future, though, the partners will disrupt the cyber security market at the margins rather than transforming it.
ETSI TC Cyber has released a new security standard that allows telcos to run core public telecom services in - wait for it - public clouds. Here's how it works and what it means for the telecom ecosystem.
AI isn't a 'silver bullet' for cyber security, neither does it need to represent unacceptable risk. Drawing on research into the experience of early adopters, this White Paper provides guidance on what to expect from AI in cyber security..
Government and government cyber security agencies can be very helpful in getting telco security spending signed off. Telco security professionals should be looking to exploit those opportunities.
Now that Palo Alto Networks has joined, there are two focused security vendors in the Next Generation Mobile Network (NGMN) Alliance. Other security vendors should consider joining too.
Adversaries might not be using machine learning or AI to drive cyber attacks yet but it's a matter of time before they do. There are profound ethical concerns around the use of AI too, especially when it comes to its use in warfare.
AMTSO’s new standard for transparency in advanced malware testing methods is a step forward in cleaning up the fiercely-contested endpoint security market.
Buyers and vendors of network security products should actively embrace and support NetSecOPEN as its disruptive and transparent approach can enhance the network security ecosystem.