Data Overload

eBook: The Inefficiencies of Legacy Tools – Why SIEMs Alone Are Ineffective At Detecting Advanced Attacks

Relying solely on legacy Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) technology is no longer sufficient to protect enterprise organizations from the rising amount of modern, ai-developed, sophisticated cyberattacks. In our newest eBook, we examine the limitations of SIEMs and emphasize the need for an AI-driven dynamic threat detection and response platform.

SANS First Look Report: Self-Supervised Learning Cybersecurity Platform for Threat Detection

The SANS Institute recently released an analyst First Look Report on MixMode titled, “Self-Supervised Learning Cybersecurity Platform for Threat Detection.” Matt Bromiley, Senior Security Analyst at SANS and author of the report, explores the barriers SOCs face to conquering the vast amounts of data generated by modern enterprises and the solutions that MixMode provides for detecting and investigating threats including our utilization of self-supervised AI for cybersecurity.

As Enterprises Embrace 5G, AI-Enhanced Cybersecurity Emerges as Top Security Priority

The much-anticipated fifth generation (5G) of broadband cellular technology has arrived, ushering in unprecedented network speed and connectivity. The tech is also spurring innovation into new tech solutions to meet an ever-growing appetite for instant, reliable connectivity, often, faster than most enterprise Cybersecurity teams can handle. If there was ever a time for AI to deliver on the promises made by Cybersecurity platform vendors, it’s now.

Whitepaper: The Failed Promises of SIEM

The fundamental SIEM flaws lie in the platform’s need for continual adjustment, endless data stores, and a tendency to create an overwhelming number of false positives. When organizations instead turn to a next-generation cybersecurity solution, which predicts behavior with an unsupervised (zero tuning) system, they are poised to save on both financial and human resources.

How Data Normalization in Cybersecurity Impacts Regulatory Compliance

Complying with privacy regulations requires all organizations to have access to data on demand, wherever it lives on a network. With the unfathomable amount of data managed by most organizations operating in the finance space today, it can become a significant challenge to locate specific data across legacy systems and networks with countless connections online and off.

Data Overload Problem: Data Normalization Strategies Are Expensive

Financial institutions spend five to ten million dollars each year managing data. A recent Computer Services Inc (CSI) study reveals that most banks expect to spend up to 40 percent of their budgets on regulatory compliance cybersecurity, often adopting expensive data normalization strategies.