Christian Wiens

What is Zero-Trust in Cybersecurity?

orrester coined the term zero-trust in 2010 to describe the idea that nothing is inherently safe and that everything must be continuously verified. You may have heard the motto, “Trust nothing; verify everything.” This is a great way to think about zero-trust in Cybersecurity. 

MixMode Featured In Latest Gartner Report on Emerging Trends in Network Detection and Response

MixMode announced today their inclusion in the 2021 Gartner report, ‘Emerging Trends: Top Use Cases for Network Detection and Response.’ The report, available only to Gartner users, provides in depth analysis on the top four use cases driving the NDR market including detection, hunting, forensics and response, as well as NDR development recommendations for product leaders.

What is Anomaly Detection in Cybersecurity?

Anomaly detection, the “identification of rare occurrences, items, or events of concern due to their differing characteristics from the majority of the processed data,” allows organizations to track “security errors, structural defects and even bank fraud,” according to DeepAI and described in three main forms of anomaly detection as: unsupervised, supervised and semi-supervised. Security Operations Center (SOC) analysts use each of these approaches to varying degrees of effectiveness in Cybersecurity applications.

Webinar: Tool Sprawl – The Trillion Dollar Problem in Cybersecurity

Join us for our upcoming webinar on Thursday, July 8th at 11:00 AM (PDT), “Tool Sprawl: The Trillion Dollar Problem in Cybersecurity.” It will be hosted by former CISO of CBRE and Current CEO of 5Q, Don Goldstein, and Matt Shea, MixMode’s Head of Federal. They will discuss and review the trillion dollar problem of tool sprawl, how it was created by vendors and industry analysts intent on selling goods and services that ultimately are failing to defend organizations, and how a new way of looking at cybersecurity can help us overcome it.