The numbers tell the story. High costs and poor rankings continue to plague telecommunications organizations and their traditional customer care call center operations. See how two key areas of the brain—one that controls reactive response and one that orchestrates proactive response—may be the key
Identifying threats and vulnerabilities in the modern security landscape is an ever more arduous task. To stay ahead of a broadening range of multifaceted threats, enterprises need to employ solutions that can help them ingest and analyze disparate data from a variety of internal and external
Commercial organizations are fair game for cyber criminals, hactivists and terrorists. Now, the practice of mining data for intelligence and sharing it is increasingly vital for enterprises to stay ahead of threat actors and their criminal strategies and tactics.
Clearly, no organization is impenetrable when it comes to cyberattacks by hackers—not the US government’s Office of Personnel Management, not major retailers, not Ashley Madison, and not even global enterprise technology vendors. The sinister realities of cyberattacks in today’s world hit Jen hard
Intelligence used to be about response time, but today’s intelligence officers can use analytics to prevent threats before they occur—and to shut down attackers before they can get away. Uncover the who, what, when, where, how and why of each threat using analytics solutions.
Agility is all about speed of response and the flexibility to turn on the proverbial dime in any new direction that a business requires. It’s the ability to operate at any scale, speed or scope of business that planning and circumstances may require. A true analytics platform is agile enough to
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Because the amount of IoT data generated, collected and subjected to deep analysis is already measured in exabytes, with no end in sight, IoT technologies and strategies must be able to deliver actionable intelligence from IoT data. So it should come as no surprise that software-defined clouds,
Can analysts and investigators successfully work together in spite of their different methods? For organizations dealing with the constant danger of cyberattacks, coordinated collaboration between these two groups can help protect businesses by ensuring swift responses to internal and external
New technologies bring a data deluge to markets already saturated with data. This, in turn, creates the perfect environment—and offers the perfect cloak—for increased crime as perpetrators hide among data.
Describing intelligence software has gotten a whole lot easier as Hollywood continues to produce gripping spy shows like The Blacklist, Homeland and CSI. But while the layman description may have gotten easier, the real threatscape continues to evolve as criminal and terrorist networks continue to