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The modern cyber threat landscape is defined by automated actors such as commodity malware, crimeware, insider threats, and the generic actions of “hacktivists”. Dealing with such innate cybersecurity threats which are churned out in large volumes requires a high-level of orchestration which enables security teams to deal with more important issues.
Migrating from a traditional on-prem security infrastructure to a scalable cloud platform is the dream. But in practice, the process of restructuring a legacy framework can become a costly and troublesome endeavor.
The era of individual threat actors has been replaced by organized syndicates utilizing sophisticated processes to break through expansive networks and IT architecture.
The sophisticated nature of today’s threat landscape and actors continue to wreak havoc on enterprise infrastructures. The lack of inadequate response from security teams is due to the dependency on parameter-based security solutions that are not agile enough to deal with sophisticated threats.
Advanced threat intelligence involves machine learning, data science, and behavioral analysis to discover cyber threats. RSA’s platform offers superior threat detection, flagging known and unknown cybersecurity incidents with high accuracy. These features and more is what RSA's Security Tools provides enterprises and security teams.
The full interview with Shawn O'Brien, Regional Vice President: Netwitness Threat Detection and Incident Response - Americas at RSA Security. Focus of the interview is around the recent shift to a remote workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics of the interview include the marketing hype, addressing a remote workforce and moving forward with the Coronavirus implications.
The full interview with Amy Blackshaw, CISSP, the Director of Product Marketing at RSA Security. We focus on the recent shift to a remote workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics of the interview include the marketing hype, addressing a remote workforce and moving forward with the Coronavirus implications.
I recently interviewed leaders from a few of our partners and our Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Jeff Marshall, to talk about the recent COVID-19 quarantine and impact to a newly expanded remote workforce.