Tags: Threat Intelligence

Ivanti and CrowdStrike target the cybersecurity poor

Security vendors Ivanti and CrowdStrike have announced a strategic alliance. It will see the two companies integrate their solutions so that customers can access them using a single interface. This is the sort of integration that small business customers in particular want. They are tired of buying best of breed solutions and having to work…

NHS Digital £20 million cybersecurity project

NHS Digital has announced £20 million to create its own Security Operations Centre (SOC). The SOC is charged with keeping the NHS safe from cyber-attack. In addition to monitoring national health services across the UK it will also offer cybersecurity advice and guidance to local NHS organisations. This is the second announcement from NHS Digital…

Cisco and INTERPOL have announced a deal to share threat intelligence. The deal is headed by the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore. As part of this deal the two organisations will develop a joint approach to coordinating and sharing data. The release says that the deal will improve threat detection around the…

Companies buying Dark Web intelligence

Threat intelligence provider Recorded Future has said that 70% of its customers are using threat intelligence sourced from the dark web. The data is being used to identify compromised assets such as user credentials and intellectual property. It also says that customers are using the data to assess their vulnerability to attack. According to Matt…

NTT Security replaces SERT with GTIC

NTT Security has announced the launch of its Global Threat Intelligence Center (GTIC). It is to replace the Security Engineering and Research Team which moved to NTT Security last year. This is about creating a threat intelligence powerhouse within the company and is a move away from regional units. It makes sense. Attacks are now global…

Tim Rawlins talks about cybersecurity

Enterprise Times recently caught up with Tim Rawlins, Senior Advisor and Director, NCC Group. We sat and talked about the state of cyber security, the problems of staff retention and threat intelligence. Rawlins accepts that there is a major problem across the industry when it comes to attracting and retaining staff. Interestingly, rather than over…

Watson powers the cognitive SOC

IBM has announced Watson for Cyber Security aimed at Security Operations Centres (SOC). It claims to be delivering cognitive computing to the SOC. Having spent a year feeding Watson over 1 million security documents IBM is now putting it to work. This is about giving the Security Operations (SecOps) teams access to data that their…

Verisign sells threat intelligence unit to Accenture

Accenture is to acquire the iDefense Security Intelligence Services business from Verisign. This deal will strengthen Accenture’s Cyber Defense Services division. It adds threat intelligence that Accenture will embed into services it manages for client. This will be easier than it sounds as iDefense already has its own APIs. It also has its own analysis…

The benefits of a threat intelligence platform

Security analysts are struggling to utilise the data they have in an effective manner. They get bombarded with alerts about possible threats which are often false flags or inconsequential. They also struggle to build their own business intelligence solutions to extract the value from their data. Enterprise Times met up with Steve Ginty, co-founder of…

Cyberbit releases new version of SOC 3D

Security specialist Cyberbit has announced the latest version of their Security Operations Centre (SOC) 3D product. It boasts integrating with all the major Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) products. SOC 3D also supports the automation of runbooks and workflows. Perhaps the most interesting feature is the ability to prioritize incidents based on the impact…