Verizon 2019 DBIR Recap: The Data Breach Nightmare Continues

It seems no matter how hard we as an industry beat the security drums, data breaches are still a daily and costly fact of life.

Choose the Right Tools to Protect Your Healthcare Infrastructure

Managed solutions are a cost-effective alternative that provides hospitals and other healthcare providers with advanced threat detection and response tools, along with 24/7 monitoring

Do You Know What’s on Your Network?

While you might keep regular office hours, hackers are at work 24 hours a day.

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.

These Numbers Explain Why Companies Seek Managed Security Services

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

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

Arctic Wolf Acquires RootSecure to Deliver Risk Assessment

The acquisition allows us to expand our offerings. We also now provide comprehensive risk-based vulnerability assessment services for both networks and endpoints that improve any organization’s overall cybersecurity posture.

Cloud security should not be treated like a separate entity from on-prem security.

Why a SOC Is Crucial for Centralized Security Monitoring

Effective cyberthreat detection depends on aggregation and correlation of log data from many vital components that comprise an organization’s network.

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Marriott Breach Exposes 500 Million Guest Records: Preliminary Lessons

On Friday, Marriott International announced its Starwood reservation system’s database had been hacked and personal details from up to 500 million guest records were compromised.