Reducing false positives. Positively.

September 15, 2018By adminHome Page, News

Anomaly: something that deviates from what is standard, normal, or expected. In an enterprise’s Security Operations Center (SOC), considerable resources are expended on systems and processes that can identify anomalies: whether they’re in entity (machine) or human behavior. Why? Because an anomaly may be an indicator of compromise that needs investigating. To ensure investigations are … Read More

The real-time railroad: our top four tips for real-time processing and decisioning deployment

September 15, 2018By adminHome Page, News&Events

We’re all very familiar with the benefits of real-time data processing and decisioning, for businesses and consumers alike. The ability for enterprises to respond quickly and automatically to our actions mean that we see more relevant information (even in the form of advertisements) and are able to serve ourselves more capably than ever before. And … Read More

GDPR and data breaches. A non-trivial issue.

September 15, 2018By adminHome Page, News

European professionals can hardly have missed the imminent arrival of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force in European Union states in May 2018 (the UK was not exempt, despite Brexit). GDPR reinforces existing obligations on data controllers and processors, in order to further safeguard individuals’ data. Organizations should be transparent about … Read More

Enterprise Security in 2017: “A major bank will fail”

January 20, 2017By adminHome Page, News

In a recent BBC article on tech trends for 2017, cybersecurity took pole position. The author quoted Professor Richard Benham, Chairman of the UK’s new National Cyber Management Centre, who warned: “A major bank will fail as a result of a cyber-attack in 2017 leading to a loss of confidence and a run on that … Read More