Enterprise organisations will increase spending, investing in areas like threat intelligence distribution, digital risk management, and security technology integration.
Stories by Jon Oltsik
Mature cyber-threat intelligence programs follow a lifecycle and provide tactical, operational, and strategic value. Many enterprise organisations aren't even close.
Following a threat intelligence lifecycle is a best practice, but many organisations have process bottlenecks that impact their entire program.
Security professionals will remain in high demand, but economic fallout will make hiring even harder.
We’ve been discussing XDR for years now, but a fundamental question remains: Just what the heck are we talking about, anyway?
SOC teams struggle to keep up with a dangerous threat landscape, growing attack surface, and voluminous security alerts.
The growing attack surface is extending the security/software developer gap, increasing vulnerabilities, and slowing security investigations.
According to new research, 58 per cent of organisations are consolidating or considering consolidating the number of security vendors they do business with.
Security efforts based on heroism and tribal knowledge can’t scale. CISOs must address this situation as soon as possible.