HIMSS19: Tapping Today’s Cybersecurity Insights in Healthcare

Smaller healthcare organizations, of course, struggle with how to adequately monitor, detect, and respond to threats 24/7.

Debunking Cybersecurity Myths: Part V—Don’t Rely on AI and ML Alone

Here are some AI and ML fundamentals that you should know before you question security vendors on how their products address your challenges.

Fill Your Cybersecurity Gaps with SOC-as-a-Service

To bridge the skills gap, companies are finding access to 24×7 monitoring and expert threat detection using a cloud-based security operations center (SOC)-as-a-service model

Debunking Cybersecurity Myths: Part IV — No Target Too Small

You hear a lot about the biggest attacks because they make the biggest splash. But in reality, businesses of all sizes are constantly threatened and, yes, breached.

These Numbers Explain Why Companies Seek Managed Security Services

Without a SOC, companies struggle to achieve the comprehensive cybersecurity they need.

DIY SOC or SOC-as-a-Service?: A TCO Analysis by Frost & Sullivan

Leading consultancy Frost & Sullivan conducted a three-year cost comparison between building an internal SOC or buying a SOC-as-a-service

SOCaaS balances out executives hopes and fears around SaaS.

How to Deal with C-Suite and Boardroom Concerns About Cybersecurity

Executives want SaaS, but they also need security and compliance. Here’s how they can get both. 

Debunking Cybersecurity Myths: Part III—24×7 Security Monitoring IS Essential

Because hackers operate around the clock from all over the world, even as you sleep

DIY vs. SOCaaS: Frost & Sullivan Compares Features

Frost & Sullivan compared features and attributes between Arctic Wolf’s SOC-as-a-service offering, the AWN CyberSOC™ service, and what it takes for organizations to build, deploy, and maintain an in-house security operations center, the DIY approach.

A data breach isn't always the result of hackers' actions.

Healthcare Cybersecurity: New Lessons Learned in Search for Better Vaccines

Healthcare organizations have come under siege by cyberattacks. Since the recent spate of attacks has mostly affected relatively smaller organizations, the news can fly below the national radar. This article highlights some of the recent healthcare breaches