The latest executive report published by IBM Institute for Business Value puts the estimated cost of cyber crime to the global economy in a range of USD 375–575 billion per year. Reputational damage, which is hard to calculate, comes on top of all this. No industry and geography has remained
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.
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.
With so many different attackers with methods as varied as their motives, there is no such thing as an “impenetrable barrier.” So your only real option is to go on the offensive. IBM i2 Enterprise Insight Analysis integrates visual analysis capabilities with advanced analytics. It enables
Is your organization aware of the risk from insider activity? Some infamous insiders within government agencies were able to perpetrate espionage activities for many years before they were identified and apprehended. And they had gained the same trust as their colleagues through vigorous screening
Malware, in and of itself, is not malicious; the cybercriminal behind the malicious code is the real culprit. Learn why a strategic, investigative shift in focus on both the cyberattack and the nefarious organizations behind them is necessary in today’s cyberwarfare engagement.
The issue of security for the energy and utility industry has historically focused on the physical security of its sites and keeping hackers from accessing the IT environment. This has been reasonably easy to manage as there are limited endpoints, many of which operate in isolation. But this is
You rely on the data warehouse for business-critical reporting and analysis. The warehouse has become the workforce engine powering business decisions and driving results. It is a central repository created by integrating data from one or more disparate sources such as applications, databases and
Security and intelligence is one of the most serious economic and national security challenges we face today. It is also one of the top five business use cases for big data. Join Roger Rea, IBM Big Data product manager, as he discusses how Big Data is being used to address security and intelligence
Security intelligence with big data is the ability to lower risk, detect fraud and monitor cyber security in real time. Organizations can augment and enhance cyber security and intelligence analysis platforms with big data technologies to process and analyze new types (e.g. social media, emails,
Cyberspace is today’s new battleground, and cyber security continues to be a top imperative for both enterprises and governments. This is where big data comes in. IBM® Security QRadar® uses big data capabilities to help keep pace with advanced threats and prevent attacks before they happen. It