IoT Enterprise Risk Report


ForeScout recently released an IoT Enterprise Risk Report based on research from ethical hacker Samy Kamkar. Based on Kamkar’s findings, the report on IoT security issues could readily be renamed something like, “IoT: the bane of the enterprise environment,” or “IoT brings new meaning to the term ‘Enterprise Risk’.” The report discusses a significant number of negative findings [...]



By | December 19th, 2016|APT, Internet of Things, IoT, Malware, Persistent Threat, Security|0 Comments

The Rise of Data-Driven Security, Part 3: Security Management and Strategy


In the first two installments in this series, I looked at the rise of Tactical security defenses that are becoming more directly reliant on dynamic data feeds Data sources and emerging data markets to serve both security tactics and security intelligence In this post, I’ll look at the third aspect of data-driven security emerging today, and [...]



By | January 19th, 2011|Security|1 Comment

The Rise of Data-Driven Security, Part 2: Data Sources and Emerging Data Markets


In my last post, the first in this series, I talked about how recent vendor trends highlight the rise of data-driven tactics for defense. This is just one of three major aspects of data-driven security becoming more prominent in products and services. To recap, those three aspects are: Data-driven tactics which differ from legacy security [...]



By | January 14th, 2011|Security|0 Comments

Security: Going Beyond No


What makes our coverage of security at EMA different? Simply this: We do not see security management as something confined to narrow segments of technology, isolated from other aspects of IT or from the people and processes that make up the business. At first blush, this may seem fairly obvious, considering that security is, after [...]



By | August 27th, 2010|Security|0 Comments
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