The human factor plays a vital part in being smarter about cyber security. See how the role of humans in cyber security was emphasized in expert quotes culled from the recent IBM Insight at World of Watson 2016 conference.
We might not all be nuclear physicists, but some of us are. Take Dr. David Farley, for example, who is a principal member of Sandia’s technical staff, with the Department of Energy. David, who works with some of the world’s brightest minds in the fields of nuclear energy and security, is a
Renew your challenge against cyber crime with the aid of advanced analytics, powered by cognitive computing capabilities. To learn more, listen as cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright and cybersecurity and risk management consultant Shahid Shah discuss a world in which unusual suspects have become
Cyber crime is no longer a mere nuisance but is quickly becoming a huge problem. Just recently, a cyber criminal was charged with wire fraud and computer fraud as he tried to steal more than $1.5 million. Cyber criminals are becoming increasingly more brazen as they exploit vulnerabilities in new
Cyber crime is no longer a mere nuisance but is quickly becoming a huge problem. Just recently a cyber criminal was charged with wire fraud and computer fraud as he tried to steal more than $1.5 million. Cyber criminals are becoming increasingly more brazen as they exploit vulnerabilities in new
No letup in cyber crime can be achieved without a concerted effort by everyone. Hear what cybersecurity experts have to say about the collaborative approach to fighting cyber crime in a recent Analtyics Brief.
For more than 25 years, the IBM Safer Planet portfolio has helped organizations across the globe uncover threats. And now, it’s helping them prepare for a future of disrupting enemies and overcoming emergencies with offensive security. It’s time to outthink threats with the IBM Safer Planet
Captain Tim Heroff of the Rochester, Minnesota, Police Department and Peter Coldicott, CTO and distinguished engineer in the IBM Safer Planet organization discuss Rochester's intelligence-led policing strategy. Using identity insights, mobile apps and soon to include video analytics for body-worn
Cyber criminals are exploiting the gaps in new technologies and innovations to commit malicious acts. Cyber and intelligence analysts must fortify their cyber strategies to outthink these criminals and outthink threat. Learn how in this discussion between Shahid Shah and Scott Schober.
When modern law enforcement agencies require the ability to do advanced analytics in an environment of mobility and collaboration, they are increasingly relying on cloud capabilities. Learn why in this discussion between Morgan Wright and experts from IBM and Microsoft.
The story is familiar. Technology innovation develops at a rapid clip, but agile threat actors seem to never be far behind. Hear what two cybersecurity experts have to say about minimizing cyber crime through artificial intelligence, cognitive computing and connected Internet of Things devices.
The ongoing struggle between good and evil that characterizes the ongoing battles between cyber warriors and cyber criminals only grows more technologically complex. Hear what leading cybersecurity leaders have to say about the application of artificial intelligence and cognitive computing to help