Cloudy Future for Security Analytics

When you think of security analytics and operations, one technology tends to come to mind – security information and event management (SIEM). SIEM technology was around when I started focusing on cybersecurity in 2002 (think eSecurity, Intellitactics, NetForensics, etc.) and remains the primary security operations platform today. Vendors in this space today include AlienVault (AT&T), IBM (QRadar), LogRhythm, McAfee, and Splunk....

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…Security Operations Automation before Orchestration

Based upon numerous conversations with CISOs, there is widespread interest in automating and orchestrating security operations. In fact, lots of enterprises are already doing so. According to ESG research, 19% of enterprise organizations have already deployed security operations automation/orchestration technologies “extensively,” while another 39% of enterprises have done so on a limited basis. Now we tend to lump automation...

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CA Levels The Playing Field
Jun01

CA Levels The Playing Field

SAN JOSE: CA Technologies has a storied past that began with the mainframe back in 1976, but it’s looking to reinvent itself as the architect of the ‘modern software factory’ which will make Digital Transformation a reality. It’s all about rapid — and frequent — change, levelling the playing field, and the keys include a focus on business agility, a high degree of automation and reducing time to market, all while securing...

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CA: Toolmaker For The DT Generation

SAN JOSE: CA Technologies has weathered tremendous changes since planting its mainframe roots in 1976, but as it starts its fiscal 2018, following a year of relatively flat sales and profits, the $4 billion software vendor is facing its greatest challenge… and opportunity. The challenge is transforming a company that is primarily based upon the legacy software business into a fast and agile contributor to the emerging Digital...

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IT Selfies: Operational Analytics Come Into Focus

If you’re reading this blog, statistically it is highly probable that you work in IT like me, the lone anomaly being my mother (hi, mom!). And if you are like me, you probably got into IT not so much because it’s a sexy topic for cocktail parties, but because of all the cool techie toys, a love of science fiction, and a keen desire to understand how things work. So, it’s a bit of a surprise to me that IT has only...

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