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I’ve written before that security is fundamentally an information management problem. It’s about having good sensors and instrumentation in the environment, having that information flow to a central repository where anomalies can be identified, and then being able to take action on it back in the environment. That’s traditionally be done through a SIEM solution, […]
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been facilitating sessions at Evanta CISO events. If you’re not aware, these are discussions for CISO’s by CISO’s, held around the country and well worth the time. The topic for my sessions was AI & orchestration in cybersecurity, with more than 60 CISOs participating in five cities. While each […]
There’s a ton of hype about cognitive security in the marketplace these days, and the marketing departments are operating in full force. So beyond the hand waving, cheerleading and me-too-ing, what do we actually mean by cognitive?