Showing posts with label Dark Reading. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dark Reading. Show all posts

Monday, August 30, 2021

Improve Your Cyber Incident Response | Join Us Sept 15


Security Alert Fatigue
How to Wake Up and Take Back Control of your SOC
Wednesday, September 15, 2021 | 10AM PT / 1PM ET
How to Wake Up and Take Back Control of your #SOC | #TpromoCom #Webinar #CyberSecurity #CyberThreat | Adding new security tools to your SOC toolset may help alert you to the newest cyber threats to your business. However, when a zillion unprioritized alerts hit you in a day, you might start treating them like whack-a-mole or the snooze button on your alarm clock. How can you manage security alerts so they are most meaningful to your business, and act on them in an appropriate, timely manner? https://bit.ly/3kF0Bq8

In this webinar, learn expert tips on how to improve your processes and use orchestration to relieve security alert fatigue, get the most out of your security investments and improve your cyber incident response.

Attend this webinar and you'll:
  • Learn how to manage security alerts in a way that is meaningful to your business
  • Get tips on how to effectively respond to alerts in a timely manner and improve response
  • Find out how to overcome "alert fatigue" with orchestration
  • Walk away with tips to protect your data from suppliers or customers with at-risk systems
  • Walk away with ideas on how to get the most out of your security investments

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Saturday, April 10, 2021

Handcuffs Over AI: Solving Security Challenges With Law Enforcement

Handcuffs Over AI: Solving Security Challenges With Law Enforcement
|  #TpromoCom #AI #CyberCrime #Police | We've tried everything else ... now it's time to make the prospect of getting caught -- and punished -- a real deterrent to cybercrime. (DarkReading) https://bit.ly/3t5ZO4x

For those of us who have been dumping budgets and hope into 20 years of broken promises, we find it very difficult to muster any degree of hope in the next round of techno-salvation. 

Five years ago, my suspicion turned to outright rebellious indignation and I started evaluating everything I believed to find a better path to sustainable cybersecurity operations (SecOps). 

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