Security Incident and Event Management

August 21, 2019 Avaya Releases New Firmware to Resolve Vulnerability in VoIP Phones

Avaya’s newly released firmware addresses a vulnerability that has survived for 10 years in VoIP phone models configured with H.323 signaling.

August 14, 2019 Hacker Compromises Data of 106 Million Capital One Customers

A hacker has compromised 106 million Capital One customers after a data breach. But the real story might be less to do with cloud security itself and more to do with Capital One’s own security engine for cloud services.

July 22, 2019 Apple Rushes to Fix Zoom Security Flaw

Apple has delivered a silent update to Macs, rectifying a security flaw in its Zoom web-conferencing service.

July 05, 2019 Are Cyberattacks Like Natural Disasters?

Cyberattacks are terrible and require the same dedication to overcome them as would any other disaster response effort. Just like natural disasters, cyberattacks cause millions of dollars in damage, disrupt infrastructure, and impede citizens from their daily lives.

June 04, 2019 LogPoint Continues to Expand Into Global Markets

LogPoint, the next generation SIEM, UEBA, and big data analytics company, continues to expand into the global market outside of its European base.

May 13, 2019 A More Versatile SIEM Could See Market Growth Up to $3.23 Billion

Analysis by Frost & Sullivan recently claimed that the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) market will grow to $3.23 billion by 2023 as a result of recent advances and greater versatility.

May 10, 2019 Google’s Backstory SIEM Offers Unprecedented (but Potentially Risky) Data Collection Capabilities

Chronicle’s Backstory marks Google’s first foray into the SIEM industry by introducing a SIEM that claims full data retention “forever.” Organizations must weigh the benefits of Backstory’s cloud-based SIEM against their perceptions of Google’s previous data collection practices.

April 05, 2019 The Latest Microsoft AI Power Play

Microsoft is releasing free online courses for artificial intelligence. This is its attempt at remaining relevant in the AI space, so you might as well take advantage.

March 12, 2019 VMware Takes on Cisco and Palo Alto Networks With Announcement of VMware Service-defined Firewall

VMware is delving deeper into the IT security segment with its recent announcement at RSA 2019, unveiling its Service-defined Firewall product. VMware will be competing with security giants Palo Alto Networks and Cisco, among others, to introduce the new offering that focuses on the internal network by validating good application behavior.

September 18, 2017 Terminator Versus Iron Man: Showdown of Security Products

Trends in security products supporting humans rather than replacing them.