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I joined a number of security professionals at the IBM Security Summit in London last month during the “Innovating With Cloud Security” breakout session, which was hosted by Martin Borrett, chief technology officer (CTO) of IBM Security Europe. The audience took part in discussions about typical cloud transformation journeys, security for and from the cloud,…

The largest ever distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack occurred in the spring of 2018. The attack lasted more than eight minutes and measured 1.3 Tbps, according to Threatpost. But it’s a record no one in the security industry expects to last long, as DDoS attacks continue to increase in length, strength and damage. This type of…

Organizations must manage known vulnerabilities in web applications. When it comes to application security, the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Foundation Top 10 is the primary source to start reviewing and testing applications. The OWASP Foundation list brings some important questions to mind: Which vulnerability in the OWASP Foundation Top 10 has been the…

The speed and scale of cloud computing has provided companies around the globe with more flexibility, lower overhead costs and quicker time to value for a wide variety of applications. While the business value of cloud adoption is undebatable, this rapid transition can leave security teams in the dark and sensitive information exposed.

At first glance, it may seem strange to be asking you where you are in your GDPR journey when enforcement for the regulation begins on May 25 — which is now less than 60 days away. After all, GDPR was approved way back in April 2016, and here at IBM we’ve been talking and blogging…

Cybersecurity is a major concern for businesses worldwide. Just look at the results from “The Third Annual Study on the Cyber Resilient Organization” by IBM and the Ponemon Institute: The 2018 study found 65 percent of security professionals believe the severity of cyber attacks has increased, and only 29 percent have sufficient staffing to achieve…

Despite Growing Threats, Many Organizations Still Unprepared The vast majority of organizations still lack a formal cybersecurity incident response plan (CSIRP) that’s applied consistently across the organization, according to a new report from the Ponemon Institute. Paradoxically, the institute’s third annual study on cyber resilience found that organizations feel much more positive about their readiness than they did last…