IBM defense in depthIn a world where a week rarely goes by without reports of at least one serious cyber attack against a major organization, it’s important to ask a few key questions:
•     What’s happening across the threat landscape?
•     What kinds of  attacks are being launched?
•     How can my business protect itself?

An ever-increasing number of devices and growing volumes of data can make it difficult to develop and deploy effective cyber security measures. So it’s easy to understand why a medium- to large-sized company is likely to have some 500 security devices deployed within its network.  And thanks to all those security devices, it’s possible to access vast quantities of data on security events across an enterprise.

But what’s not so easy is determining what all that data means and what to do about it. Of course not all threats are created equal, and no threat should be overlooked for its significance to any organization.  When thinking about security, it’s also imperative to take a global view of the threat landscape.

That’s where security intelligence comes in. It allows us to see what’s happening, with a critical eye toward understanding the threat landscape as it really exists. By taking advantage of advanced analytics to help tackle the massive amount of information collected across our monitored platforms, IBM has developed real insight into the kinds of attacks that are taking place, who may be launching them and how their techniques are evolving.

Join IBM and ACE IT Solutions‘ security experts for a free webinar where we will discuss:

  • How hackers gain access to your network
  • Best practices for securing your network and protecting against hacker attacks

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