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Wednesday, Dec. 2 - 10am PDT

Defense teams must be able to access and interpret online conversations quickly in order to prevent attacks. In this session, we'll walk through examples of foreign language threats and provide helpful insider knowledge.

SAVE MY SEAT

Security on Auto-Pilot? How Threat Intelligence Tools Combat Alert Fatigue

In November 2013, analysts in a Bangalore security operations centre for Target received a number of malware alarms. The alerts later reached Target security staff in Minneapolis and were promptly dismissed as false positives. Read More

Why Digital Risk Protection Isn’t Just an IT Issue Anymore

Alex Ciarniello November 03, 2020 Cyber Security, Information Security, Corporate Security
Around 70% of companies are investing in digital transformation, even as the global economy takes a turn in 2020. While the business advantages of digital transformation are widely understood, organizations are often much slower in understanding associated digital risks as business risks. Read More

Boost Your API Coverage: Diversifying Threat Intelligence Feeds

Application programming interfaces (APIs) are becoming an integral part of any organization’s investment in digital transformation—and intelligence and corporate security entities are no exception. Read More

Digital Risk Management: Why Integrating Corporate Teams Is Crucial

Alex Ciarniello October 20, 2020 Cyber Security, Corporate Security, Digital Investigation
Some of the most damaging threats to any enterprise—from data leaks to PR disasters—can now be identified on the open, deep, and dark web.  To address digital risks quickly and minimize hefty fiscal and reputational damages, organizations are turning to digital risk protection and management technologies to keep their digital footprint secure. Read More

Why Effective DRP Solutions Combine Social Media and Dark Web Data

Alex Ciarniello September 01, 2020 Asset Management, Cyber Security, Brand Protection, Corporate Security
If your organization has over 5,000 employees, it’s likely to experience one crisis per year on average. Read More

How Is Machine Learning Used in Cybersecurity?

Alex Ciarniello May 26, 2020 Cyber Security, OSINT, machine learning
Machine learning has a wide range of applications across many industries—and cybersecurity is no exception. In fact, the market for artificial intelligence (AI) in cybersecurity is expected to reach USD $38.2 billion by 2026. Read More

How to Choose an Intelligence Solution: In-House, Services, or Third-Party Platforms?

Alex Ciarniello March 31, 2020 Cyber Security, Corporate Security, Digital Investigation
Even the most security-savvy companies are still at risk for cyber attacks. Where does that leave organizations that lack cybersecurity resources and oversight? Read More

What is Raw Data and Why National Security Depends on it

Alex Ciarniello March 24, 2020 Cyber Security, Emergency Response, Event Monitoring
At the time of writing this article, the world is dealing head-on with the global COVID-19 pandemic. Governments are scrambling to keep up with the situation using real-world data and information. Cyber adversaries—some backed by nation-states—are also weaponizing the illness to target governments, citizens, and their data. Read More

Lifecycle of a Hack: The 5 Stages of a Data Breach

Alex Ciarniello March 10, 2020 Cyber Security, Information Security
If your organization discovers a data breach, it’s likely been weeks or months since the initial attack, according to a 2019 Verizon report. Read More

5 Current Cyber Attack Techniques and How to Stay Threat-Informed

Cybersecurity teams are increasingly taxed with keeping up to the threat actors exploiting digital security vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities are growing exponentially. Read More
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