Network Security

Unveiling the Power: A Strategic Look at the Benefits of Using AI in Cybersecurity

If you’ve followed this blog series, you already know that Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a ubiquitous term, holding immense promise across various industries. Cybersecurity is no exception, with AI poised to revolutionize how organizations defend their data and systems against malicious activity. However, a crucial question remains: Are cybersecurity teams effectively harnessing AI’s potential for maximum security impact?

CISOs: Are You Applying NIST / CISA Standards to ALL Data Including the Cloud?

Security leaders want to solve problems identifying and understanding anomalies or account access behaviors by correlating anomalous behaviors of specific accounts with other parameters like geography or ingress and egress points, but few rules-based Cybersecurity tools have the ability to do that without a great deal of manual data massaging and manipulating.

Balancing Security Spend and Business Priorities

A more holistic approach that encompasses oversight of critical apps, data, and processes related to business function could reduce risk while saving money, according to a recent CIO article. In other words, shifting from a risk assessment approach that primarily focuses on IT systems to a more business-oriented approach can help companies uncover cost savings while improving their overall security posture.

What Legacy and Bundled Cybersecurity Tools Miss in Large Network Environments

The main challenge many of the cybersecurity products on the market today struggle to overcome is the difficulty of monitoring multi-cloud environments. Many are only capable of handling pieces of one environment rather than giving an enterprise visibility across all of their environments. This leaves costly gaps in their security posture and significantly increases the likelihood of an attack.

U.S. Cities Relying on Legacy Cybersecurity Plagued By False Positives and Negatives

Cybersecurity teams working in municipal settings face a constant struggle — protecting vital public network infrastructure with limited resources. The situation can reach a breaking point when these teams become overwhelmed managing false positive and negative flags triggered by legacy cybersecurity solutions.

451 Research Finds Self-Learning Technology to Address Cybersecurity Blind Spots and Reduce Analyst Burnout

In the report, 451 Research explains why security analytics needs to include advanced Third-Wave AI, which autonomously learns normal behavior and adapts to constantly changing network environments, to address the next generation of cyberthreats and increase SOC productivity.

5 Critical Factors That Impact an Organization’s Cybersecurity Efficacy

It’s no surprise that organizations are pouring resources into their security approaches, from investments into hardware and software and significant increases in Cybersecurity professional hiring. In fact, industry watchers expect organizations globally to contribute to $1.75 trillion in cumulative spending on Cybersecurity between 2021 and 2025.

Webinar Recap: Why Your Legacy Cyber Platforms Can’t Defend Against Modern Day Attacks

In partnership with Ravenii, our 60-minute talk was hosted by MixMode’s Head of Sales and Alliances, Geoff Coulehan, CEO of Ravenii, Jeff Shipley, and MixMode’s CTO & Chief Scientist, Igor Mezic. They discussed key topics including:

New Video: MixMode Cyber Anomaly Detection Platform

We recently released a new video to better explain how MixMode’s next-generation cybersecurity anomaly detection platform combines the functionality of SIEM, NDR, NTA and UEBA for advanced threat detection, zero day attack identification, false positive alert reduction, forensic investigation and more.

The Top 5 Considerations That Should Guide Your SOC Strategy in 2021 and Beyond

It’s evident that while organizations are spending more and more on legacy cybersecurity solutions, these platforms are not holding up their end of the deal and are not able to proactively defend in a modern, non-signature attack threatscape.

Incremental Stacking of Correlative Analysis Platforms Will Ultimately Prove Ineffective and Costly

On the surface, an “incremental stacking” approach to correlative analysis platforms like SIEM, XDR and UEBA is logical. Organizations can overcome some of the inherent limitations present in their security solutions by adding a network traffic analysis (NTA), for example. Industry analysts have been touting this approach for some time now as necessary for full coverage enterprise security.