Q&A: Why SOAR startup Syncurity is bringing a ‘case-management’ approach to threat detection

The Last Watchdog

SOAR, if you haven’t heard, is a hot new technology stack that takes well-understood data mining and business intelligence analytics methodologies — techniques that are deeply utilized in financial services, retailing and other business verticals – and applies them to cybersecurity. In addition, I see more and more service providers adopting SOAR, as the MSSP and MDR markets grow at 15% and 30% respectively according to Gartner.

SHARED INTEL: APIs hook up new web and mobile apps — and break attack vectors wide open

The Last Watchdog

And that brings us to cybersecurity. Here are a few key takeaways: Cool new experiences Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and Alibaba Cloud supply computer processing and data storage as a utility. DevOps has decentralized the creation and delivery of smart applications that can mine humongous data sets to create cool new user experiences. The services on that smartphone you’re holding makes use of hundreds of unique APIs.

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Q&A: How emulating attacks in a live environment can more pervasively protect complex networks

The Last Watchdog

Spirent Communications , an 82-year-old British supplier of network performance testing equipment, recently decided to branch into cybersecurity services by tackling this dilemma head on. We have customers within the financial services vertical that do this on a regular basis. Most large enterprises today can point to multi-millions of dollars expended over the past two decades erecting “layered defenses” to protect their digital systems.

Federal Agency Data is Under Siege

Thales eSecurity

Its unique capabilities include the design and deployment of equipment, systems and services to meet complex security requirements. federal respondents used more than five Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) vendors.