Ransomeware has no boundaries. You should worry.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and we love participating, as it is a way to help further educate everyone about staying safe on the Internet. To kick off the first week, we’re going to give you a crash course in basic cyber security 101. A lot of these topics will come up over the next month, so let’s make sure everyone knows what they mean.
Recent global cyber attacks are a clear and present reminder of the critical importance of a proactive, integrated plan for cyber resilience. IBM delivers business continuity and disaster recovery services that can support your business across environments — public cloud, private cloud and on-premises, traditional data center environments.
Join IBM Security on Tuesday, June 25th for a very special evening of interactive experiences and networking at our Cambridge location. Gain insights on how to transform your security operations by previewing a cyber simulation at our IBM X-Force Command Center, followed by an immersive, Financial Fraud demonstration in our IBM Watson Experience Center.
The IBM Security team would like to invite you to our upcoming user group meeting being held in Chicago June 4-5. This QRadar user group training event will provide sessions on popular topics such as product road map, architecture, tuning best practices, data ingestion, use case creation, etc. Speakers are QRadar specialists, flown in for their specific skills related to the technology.
Join us at IBM’s flagship business and technology conference
Get hands-on experience with the latest technology. Extend your professional network into one of the world’s most celebrated communities of technologists and thought leaders. And have some fun while you’re at it.
Think registration opens September 17.
Unlike most resource allocation decisions within the enterprise, decisions involving security projects are often influenced by external events, namely data breaches encountered by other organizations in one’s own sector or industry.
Ponemon Institute Study: Most Organizations ‘Don’t Know What They Do Know’ When Assessing Application Security Risk
It’s becoming virtually impossible to escape mobile apps. As a consumer, every time you go shopping, attend a major event, post content to social media or listen to the radio, you’re encouraged to download new, customized applications from content providers. Similarly, customer demand for new or updated functionality has shortened software release cycles and led to an explosion of software-based games, fitness applications and quickly evolving versions of popular social media content.