September marks the ten-year anniversary of the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC), a group created by the major card brands to strengthen the protection of payment card data.
Today we unveiled a new version of our Bay Dynamics flagship cyber risk analytics platform, Risk Fabric®. We implemented the enhancements to help IT and security practitioners ease some of their greatest pains.
Happy National Aviation Day! President Franklin Delano Roosevelt created this day to celebrate the developments in the aviation industry. We also thought it was the perfect opportunity to resurrect our cockpit intergraphic.
Our Bay Dynamics co-founder and CEO Feris Rifai recently spoke at the 2016 SINET Innovation Summit about this communication gap and how CISOs can shift their approach so that they think and speak risk.
Security and risk organizations place a lot of focus on vulnerabilities, and rightly so. These nasty flaws in systems and applications – if leveraged by miscreants – can result in millions of dollars in losses, in addition to significant reputational damage. Enterprises, both large and small, all have vulnerability management programs. However, there are significant […]
Forrester has coined this new acronym, so don’t be surprised when you start seeing "SUBA" pop up in headlines and data sheets shortly. Here's what the market research firm has to say about security user behavior analytics.
Finding the right company to invest in is difficult, and there are many investors already waiting around the hoop creating, even more, competition. So how do you pick through the noise and find the winners in the user entity behavior analytics market? Here are three things you should keep in mind.
By Feris Rifai, CEO and co-founder, Bay Dynamics Whether security is a major concern or a differentiator for an organization, depends highly on how it is managed. More importantly, how a company’s security stance is reported and how the board leverages those security insights is central to discerning whether security controls are a benefit or […]
By Gopal Padinjaruveetil, Chief Security and Compliance Architect, Capgemini - Why does an employee decide to bite the hand that feeds him? Is this a design fault in the human cognitive behavior system, just like Cancer (the disease) is a design bug in the human design? Can both be detected in time before the damage is done?
It’s that time of the year; the time when days are shorter, but store hours are longer. Shoppers flood malls, big box stores and neighborhood boutiques. Retailers do everything possible to lure them in – including adding extra staff to keep the lines moving and the shelves fully stocked. However, in the midst of the […]