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Displaying articles for: January 2013

Adapt or Die (Emergence of Software-Defined Security Models)

Johnpirc.pngWhat will happen to Software-defined Data Centers in the face of Cloud, Saas and other flexible models if they don't adapt? 

Guest post by: John Pirc, Director, HP Security Research

Author (Blackhatonomics, Cybercrime and Espionage)

Tags: Gartner| security

Gartner report 2013: "ArcSight should be on the list of every large organization building a SOC"

A recent Gartner's report published on Jan 4, 2013 on 'SIEM Market Trends, Solutions, Assessment and Select Product Profiles 2013' wrote that "ArcSight has been the most visible product in the SIEM space since at least 2005, and ArcSight SIEM tools are currently used in many of the largest SIEM deployments in the world". Gartner recommends the vendors looking for SIEM solution that "ArcSight ESM software should be on the list for every large organization building an SOC".


Key Security Investments for 2013…and beyond

HP conf room graphic.jpgHave you seen the 2013 Global State of Information Security Survey (GISS) from CIO Magazine, CSO Magazine and Price Waterhouse Coopers?  It reveals an interesting trend in regard to security programs and it highlights a shift in security priorities.   Today I want to discuss a Security Maturity model to help assess where security capabilities will head in 2014. I also want to provide a framework for you to assess your own capabilities—without bias of self-confidence.

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