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Nov 20, 2019 | By Natalia Godyla
I recently took – and passed – the CompTIA Security+ exam (Sec+). Sec+ is a general introduction to multiple functional areas of security, ranging from network security to access control and identity management, for anyone looking to break into the space. For context, I have no previous training as a network or security professional, and my educational background was finance and Russian, nothing related to security.
Oct 24, 2019 | By Jason Mical
Organizations build a SOC – a dedicated, centralized team of security experts – to effectively detect and respond to advanced threats. However, as SOCs deal with evolving threats and an expanding attack surface, advancements in the stack have not kept pace and analysts are feeling the pain.
Oct 18, 2019 | By Natalia Godyla
Organizations are stretched thin managing increasingly complex environments and ever-expanding threat landscapes. At the same time, adversaries are becoming more organized and sophisticated, resulting in more complex and advanced threats. The current workflow in the Security Operations Center (SOC) – how data is analyzed and acted on – is simply not working. There are too many tools, not enough visibility, and burned-out analysts.
Sep 19, 2019 | By Julian Waits
Security Operations Centers (SOCs) are the nerve centers of enterprise cybersecurity programs. They should serve a critical function by helping businesses improve their security posture by monitoring, detecting, and analyzing potential cyber threats. But for a number of reasons, today’s SOCs are not doing this effectively.
Aug 26, 2019 | By Natalia Godyla
Security Operations Centers (SOCs) are known as the “nerve center” of enterprise cybersecurity programs; others view them as “war rooms” or “situation rooms.” Regardless of the moniker, one thing is clear: their function is viewed as a critical competency.
Jan 31, 2019 | By Devo
Data growth is running at close to seven exabytes per day; estimates are that in three to five years’ time, growth will be closer to 15 to 25 exabytes per day. Yet many organizations fail to realize the business value of their data, lack the tools and processes to collect and analyze data more effectively, and do not understand how to calculate its return on investment (ROI) potential.
Jan 1, 2019 | By Devo
The Devo architecture is designed to collect, analyze, and provide insight from more data faster, and to scale as data grows using a fraction of the resources required by other solutions. The Devo Data Operations Platform avoids the bottleneck of indexing data at ingestion without the penalty of slower query response.
Oct 1, 2018 | By Devo
Enterprises are dealing with a rapidly changing and growing IT environment that includes traditional systems and desktops as well as cloud resources and an ever-changing constellation of edge computing devices. Enterprises facing the difficult choice among “build your own,” “buy solutions from their suppliers,” or integrating open source projects would be well served by learning more about Devo.