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One Thing All Cybersecurity teams Should Have During COVID-19

By Ana Mezic | May 21, 2020

COVID-19 has caused most corporate businesses that remain open to shift to a work from home, remote workplace. Because of this, the cybersecurity industry has been turned on its head. Security teams went from monitoring and protecting established network environments to quickly pivoting their tools, resources, and oversight to manage a distributed workforce. This has …

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The Cybersecurity Processes Most Vulnerable to Human Error

By Christian Wiens | May 19, 2020

The world’s reliance on fast, reliable, secure networks has likely never been as apparent as it became in early 2020, when the world responded to the Coronavirus pandemic. Suddenly, vast swaths of the global workforce needed to access and send enormous stores of data from home. In some ways, it couldn’t have happened at a worse time.

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New Video: How Does MixMode’s AI Evolve Over Time With a Customer’s Environment?

By Christian Wiens | May 14, 2020

MixMode leaders John Keister, Dr. Igor Mezic, Bryan Elliot, and Russell Gray share how the single algorithm that is the foundation of MixMode’s self-learning AI can understand and continually build a generative baseline of your network without human training.

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New Whitepaper: How Predictive AI is Disrupting the Cybersecurity Industry

By Christian Wiens | May 12, 2020

Our newest whitepaper, “How Predictive AI is Disrupting the Cybersecurity Industry,” evaluates several common SecOps issues around Network Traffic Analysis, explaining why typical solutions are wholly ineffective and represent sunk costs versus added value. We examine how self-supervised learning AI is poised to overcome the SecOps challenges of protecting today’s distributed networks.

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5 CISO Priorities During the COVID-19 Response

By Christian Wiens | May 7, 2020

Imagine serving as a CISO for a prominent enterprise and being thrown into a situation where overnight 80 to 100 percent of your workforce moves inside and begins working remotely. The logistics challenges alone are almost too daunting to imagine.

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The Many Ways Your Employees Can Get Hacked While Working From Home and How to Respond

By Ana Mezic | May 5, 2020

Although it is not surprising at all that hackers are taking advantage of the global pandemic —phishing threat reports are always highest when there is some natural disaster happening— we have never before had such an unsafe environment to protect. Here are a few of the most popular malicious acts:

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CTO Perspective: Machines Protecting Themselves – The Future of Cybersecurity

By Ana Mezic | Apr 30, 2020

We interviewed MixMode CTO Dr. Igor Mezic to better understand how machines should be protecting themselves with AI, what roles humans play, and how the DoD and the private sector both benefit from rapid innovation in cybersecurity.

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Supporting Cybersecurity Programs throughout the Covid-19 Crisis

By Christian Wiens | Apr 28, 2020

Companies of all shapes and sizes are under siege from a cybersecurity perspective as we navigate the waters of the Covid-19 crisis. As enterprises adjust to a work-from-home population that grew from 20% to greater than 80% of employees almost overnight, CISOs must navigate a radical change in the shape of their corporate networks, and …

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Not All Artificial intelligence is created Equal

By Ana Mezic | Apr 23, 2020

Throughout the tech community, “artificial intelligence” has become a blanket term often used to describe any computing process that requires little human input. Tasks like routine database functions, scheduled system scans, and software that adds automation to repetitive actions are regularly referred to as AI.  In truth, AI can play a part in these processes, …

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