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A Cybersecurity Christmas Story
Ned Miller, Intel Security, Chief Technology Strategist for Public Sector
Automation and orchestration will be essential components of security in 2017.
By Ned Miller Intel Security, Chief Technology Strategist for Public Sector, 12/23/2016
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Investments In Security Operations Centers Are Paying Off, Study Finds
Barbara Kay, Senior Director of Marketing
SOCs help organizations reduce security incidents and improve operational maturity.
By Barbara Kay Senior Director of Marketing, 12/19/2016
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Are Unconscious Biases Weakening Your Security Posture?
Lynda Grindstaff, Senior Director of the Innovation Pipeline, Intel Security
Proactively addressing your biases can help you build a resilient and adaptable security foundation.
By Lynda Grindstaff Senior Director of the Innovation Pipeline, Intel Security, 12/15/2016
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Its Time For Organizations To Automate Security
Josh Thurston, Security Strategist - Americas, Office of the CTO, Intel Security
Security automation makes more efficient use of scarce security resources, freeing them up for more proactive tasks.
By Josh Thurston Security Strategist - Americas, Office of the CTO, Intel Security, 12/14/2016
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PoisonTap USB Device Can Hack A Locked PC In A Minute
Matthew Rosenquist, Cybersecurity Strategist
This is just one example of an emerging technology that enables anyone with physical access to a computers USB port to potentially harvest data and gain access by spoofing an Internet ecosystem.
By Matthew Rosenquist Cybersecurity Strategist, 12/6/2016
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Protect Your Company From Hackable Holiday Gifts
Jonathan Anderson, Chief Technology Officer of IoT Security, Intel Security
This holiday season promises to be full of devices, apps, and connectivity. Planning and executing appropriate security precautions now will save your business from a serious breach later.
By Jonathan Anderson Chief Technology Officer of IoT Security, Intel Security, 12/5/2016
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Cybercriminals Next Target: Long-Term Prizes (Part 2 of 2)
Matthew Rosenquist, Cybersecurity Strategist
Attacks of a more strategic nature will test early blockchain implementations and continue to explore ways to monetize weak IoT devices.
By Matthew Rosenquist Cybersecurity Strategist, 12/1/2016
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Cybercriminals' Next Target: Short-Term Dangers (Part 1 of 2)
Matthew Rosenquist, Cybersecurity Strategist
With the holidays approaching, the focus will be on lucrative online shopping, email ransomware, phishing for credentials, and infection by holiday-lurking malware.
By Matthew Rosenquist Cybersecurity Strategist, 11/30/2016
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Beware: Scalable Vector Graphics Files Are A New Ransomware Threat
Matthew Rosenquist, Cybersecurity Strategist
SVG files offer many advantages as far as graphics go, but hackers looking to embed malware on websites can exploit them.
By Matthew Rosenquist Cybersecurity Strategist, 11/29/2016
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Every Minute Of Security Planning Will Save You 10 Minutes In Execution
Ned Miller, Intel Security, Chief Technology Strategist for Public Sector
Leveraging automation, orchestration, and interoperability in your cybersecurity plans now will save you significant time later.
By Ned Miller Intel Security, Chief Technology Strategist for Public Sector, 11/8/2016
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Automate And Orchestrate Workflows For Better Security
Brett Kelsey, VP & Chief Technology Officer, Americas, Intel Security
Security automation has become a central goal for many organizations as they try to respond faster to more threats with limited resources.
By Brett Kelsey VP & Chief Technology Officer, Americas, Intel Security, 11/4/2016
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We Must Become Good Digital Citizens
David O'Berry, Worldwide Strategic Technologies, Intel Security
Digital citizenship carries many capabilities and benefits, but there also have to be some rules and responsibilities.
By David O'Berry Worldwide Strategic Technologies, Intel Security, 11/1/2016
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Warning: Healthcare Data Under Attack
Raj Samani , Chief Technology Officer of Intel Securitys Europe, Middle East and Africa division
We as an industry must demand greater protection of our medical data.
By Raj Samani Chief Technology Officer of Intel Securitys Europe, Middle East and Africa division, 10/26/2016
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Lets Clean Up The Internet By Taking Responsibility For Our Actions
David O'Berry, Worldwide Strategic Technologies, Intel Security
Imagine an Internet with multiple levels of security that users need to earn.
By David O'Berry Worldwide Strategic Technologies, Intel Security, 10/26/2016
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Why Arent We Talking More Proactively About Securing Smart Infrastructure?
Ned Miller, Intel Security, Chief Technology Strategist for Public Sector
Lets not perpetuate the vicious cycle of security complexity and failure by trying to bolt on security after the fact.
By Ned Miller Intel Security, Chief Technology Strategist for Public Sector, 10/20/2016
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Access, Trust, And The Rise Of Electronic Personal Assistants
Carl Woodward, Principal Engineer and Security Technologist, Intel Security
App and device makers are working hard to deliver user control over privacy.
By Carl Woodward Principal Engineer and Security Technologist, Intel Security, 10/13/2016
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Cybersecurity Economics In Government -- Is Funding The Real Problem?
Ned Miller, Intel Security, Chief Technology Strategist for Public Sector
Government leadership and those chartered with creating budgets could benefit from applying sound value-management practices when considering the cybersecurity budget process.
By Ned Miller Intel Security, Chief Technology Strategist for Public Sector, 10/5/2016
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Cyber-Anything-As-A-Service: Should The Government Just Outsource Everything?
Ned Miller, Intel Security, Chief Technology Strategist for Public Sector
Agencies should be able to select and provision from a variety of cybersecurity services and capabilities to improve their overall effectiveness and efficiency.
By Ned Miller Intel Security, Chief Technology Strategist for Public Sector, 10/4/2016
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Beep Prepared: How Security Economics Can Help The Coyote Catch The Roadrunner
Tom Quillin, Director of Cyber Security Technology & Initiatives, Intel Corporation
The practice of security economics demonstrates how gaps in the security architecture impair business results.
By Tom Quillin Director of Cyber Security Technology & Initiatives, Intel Corporation, 9/28/2016
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Sharing Cybersecurity Threat Intelligence Is The Only Way We Win
Matthew Rosenquist, Cybersecurity Strategist
Security organizations must leverage each others information in order to better predict, prevent, detect, and respond to threats their customers and organizations face.
By Matthew Rosenquist Cybersecurity Strategist, 9/27/2016
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