Posts Tagged 'SIEM'
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) is a leader in education and research. With seven schools across six campuses, research facilities, and health care clinics, the university’s IT security team has the lofty task of protecting electronic medical records and health information in compliance with HIPAA regulations. Previously, TTUHSC lacked a centralized security management […]
At last week’s Gartner Risk and Security Management Summit, Anton Chuvakin mentioned that 1-3% of systems are compromised today. He called it “a low intensity fire, not a conflagration.” This seemed like a great analogy for our challenge with incident response. As a security industry—indeed, as a society—it’s much more straightforward to detect, contain, and […]
In June, Gartner, Inc. published its annual Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), which evaluates vendors who offer SIEM products on both the ability to execute and completeness of vision. And this year, McAfee holds a spot in the leader’s quadrant. As the threat landscape continues to expand at an astounding rate, organizations […]
Since starting my career at McAfee in 2002, I have seen so many changes within the company and the security industry at large. New technologies have transformed the relationship between enterprises, their employees, and their critical systems—for better or for worse. And in my role overseeing McAfee’s Security Management business, I have had the opportunity […]
As a leader in e-commerce solutions, Volusion not only has to manage its own endpoints, but also those of its 40,000 customers worldwide. Online shopping is now a major aspect of global retail sales culture, and criminals are naturally following the money. While network security should be a crucial part of every business, e-commerce providers […]