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Winners vs. noise: The must-knows when investing in the newest cybersecurity hotspot

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.

Taking the right angle on security visibility

Visibility is the name of the game when it comes to measuring an organization’s risk posture. For effective cyber risk management, it’s essential for CISOs to have the right visibility in order to understand what employees, strategic business partners, and third-party vendors are doing on the inside and how they are interacting with high-valuable assets. […]

Telling the Board What They Want to Hear Instead of What They Need to Hear

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 […]

Guest Voices by Capgemini: The Insider Threat: A Human Nature Issue that’s Tough to Combat

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?

Infographic: Five Useless Things IT and Risk Executives Report to the Board

According to a 2015 global study by the Georgia Tech Information Security Center, 63 percent of executives and directors report cybersecurity as a top boardroom issue, up from 33 percent in 2012. To help CISOs and CIROs improve how they report their cyber risk posture to the board, our experts at Bay Dynamics created the infographic titled, “Five Useless Things CISOs Report to the Board.”

Big Names, Big Security and Big Data – a Reflection on SINET Innovation Summit 2014

In recently attending the SINET Innovation Summit 2014 in New York, I was impressed with the quality of speaker/panel participants the event continues to showcase. This included Admiral Michael S. Rogers, Commander of U.S. Cyber Command and Director of the National Security Agency/Chief of Central Security Service. And if you sat in on a panel […]

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