Cloud Security

Cloud Services: Build or Buy?

Cloud computing is here to stay. Like it or not. But how does a cloud computing user know if the system is safe to store and process vital business and personal data? How do cloud service providers build the necessary trust, manage risk, and protect vital data in cloud systems? ...

Enterprise Español

Inteligencia de amenazas para investigación y orquestación con DXL

En mi última publicación hablé sobre los atributos de nuestros adversarios, los motivos por detrás de sus actividades y las metodologías de ataque recientes. También hablé de la curva de eficacia de la defensa contra amenazas, que ilustra cómo disminuye la eficacia de las capacidades de ciberdefensa a lo largo ...

Enterprise Español

Segunda economía: el pronóstico para la ciberseguridad del sistema de salud

Steve Grobman, Vicepresidente de McAfee, señala que para ganar la ventaja en la seguridad cibernética es necesario extender nuestro pensamiento más allá de la economía física de dinero, bienes y servicios a una Segunda Economía definida por las monedas de confianza, tiempo y dinero. Al igual que en otras industrias, ...

Enterprise Español

OpenDXL como plataforma de orquestación

De vez en cuando entro en un debate sobre qué constituye una plataforma. Para mí, significa conectar funciones y datos tan fácilmente y directamente como sea posible, equilibrando velocidad, simplicidad y seguridad. Si bien es bueno presentar esto como una arquitectura, con interfaces abiertas, el desarrollo de software moderno es ...

Executive Perspectives

Chance of a Lifetime

This blog was written by Brian Dye. Writing from the FOCUS 16 Security Conference, Wed., Nov. 2 I just came out of one of the most energetic keynote sessions I have ever seen. Chris Young, who heads McAfee, mapped out a vision for the future of our company. It was ...

Enterprise

Shiny Meets Sustainable: OpenDXL as an Orchestration Platform

This blog was written by Barbara Kay. Every now and then I get into a debate about what constitutes a platform. To me, it means connecting functions and data easily and as directly as possible, balancing speed and simplicity and safety. While it’s nice to present this as an architectural ...

Enterprise

Paranoia, OpenDXL, and the Second Economy

This blog was written by Barbara Kay. You are not paranoid. They are out to get you. McAfee research showed that more than half (56%) of 2015 investigations resulted from a targeted activity by criminals, insiders, or nation states. This dominance increases the urgency to change our approach to security ...

Executive Perspectives

Risky Business: Miscalculating Cyber Threats

This blog was written by Allison Cerra, McAfee’s former CMO. Human beings are an amazingly resilient species. I’m not speaking merely of our collective abilities in building and growing productive civilizations the world over. I’m referring to a much more important, even if less understood, characteristic—that of our ability to ...

Executive Perspectives

Who Needs Another Cybersecurity Book?

This blog was written by Allison Cerra, McAfee’s former CMO. One could argue the last thing the world needs is another book on cybersecurity. A simple search of the term on Amazon yields nearly 1,700 results. A Google search of the same renders nearly 27 million hits. In fact, one ...

Enterprise McAfee Labs

A ‘Second Economy’ Prognosis for Health Care Cybersecurity

McAfee CTO Steve Grobman has pointed out that gaining the upper hand in cybersecurity requires that we extend our thinking beyond the physical economy of money, assets, goods, and services to a Second Economy defined by the currencies of trust, time, and money. As in other industries, health care is ...

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