Automation to shape cybersecurity activities in 2021

Automation will play a major role in shaping cybersecurity attack and defence activities in 2021, WatchGuard predicts. Traditionally a high-investment, high-return targeted attack, in 2021 automation tools will replace manual techniques to help cybercr… Continue reading Automation to shape cybersecurity activities in 2021

Is Cybersecurity Smart Enough to Protect Automated Buildings?

Hacked air conditioning and plummeting elevators? Imagine that you are in an elevator in a high rise building when suddenly the elevator starts to plummet with no apparent stopping mechanism other than the concrete foundation below.  While this may sou… Continue reading Is Cybersecurity Smart Enough to Protect Automated Buildings?

3 Alert Sources That Will Keep Your SOC Busy and Welcome Automation in 2021

With the work-from-home shift showing little signs of letting up and new IT spending habits taking shape, organizations should prepare…
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Survey Sees AI, Automation Cast Shadow Over Security Careers

A survey of 350 security professionals in the U.S., Singapore, Germany, Australia and the United Kingdom suggests younger cybersecurity professionals tend to be more conflicted about advances in artificial intelligence (AI) than their older colleagues… Continue reading Survey Sees AI, Automation Cast Shadow Over Security Careers

Walmart Gives Up on Stock-Checking Robots

We’ve seen the Jetsons, Star Wars, and Silent Running. In the future, all the menial jobs will be done by robots. But Walmart is reversing plans to have six-foot-tall robots scan store shelves to check stock levels. The robots, from a company called Bossa Nova Robotics, apparently worked well enough …read more

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Survey: Cybersecurity Skills Shortage is ‘Bad,’ But There’s Hope

Automation, strategic process design and an investment in training are the keys to managing the cybersecurity skills gap, according to a recent survey from Trustwave. Continue reading Survey: Cybersecurity Skills Shortage is ‘Bad,’ But There’s Hope

To Automate or To Reduce the Noise?

If you follow my blog for a while, you probably noticed that I’m not really active with new content. Most articles are published through the SANS ISC Website but it does not mean I don’t have content to publish. It’s just a question of time like many of us! Recently,

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Alfred Jones and Kipp Bradford to Deliver Keynotes at Remoticon Next Week

There’s just one week left until Hackaday Remoticon, our online gathering in place of our traditional in-person conference during this time of social distancing. Joining the more than 20 hands-on workshops that make up the bulk of Remoticon, we’re excited to announce the two keynote speakers who will be taking …read more

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Can automated penetration testing replace humans?

In the past few years, the use of automation in many spheres of cybersecurity has increased dramatically, but penetration testing has remained stubbornly immune to it. While crowdsourced security has evolved as an alternative to penetration testing in … Continue reading Can automated penetration testing replace humans?

5 Essential Steps to Improve Cybersecurity Maturity

From small- and medium-sized organizations to large enterprises, every business is under continuous threat of security risk in today’s digital world. With the growing digital footprint and cloud adoption, organizations continue to experience sophistica… Continue reading 5 Essential Steps to Improve Cybersecurity Maturity