"Black Hat USA" Posts

Black Hat USA 2022 News: XDR Alliance Releases Open-Source Common Information Model

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MSSPs can use open source CIM to ingest security data & determine how logs are classified & which fields should be extracted for parsing.

Black Hat 2021 Cybersecurity Conference Live Blog: MDR, XDR and MSSP Updates

Black Hat USA cybersecurity conference news from Arctic Wolf, CrowdStrike, Devo, Exabeam, NTT, Optiv, Qualys, Secureworks & XDR Alliance. New MSSP & MDR cloud software developments.

Black Hat USA 2021 Cybersecurity Conference Information

Black Hat USA 2021 cybersecurity conference information, including event dates, city location, agenda, speakers, sponsors & more.

Black Hat USA 2020 Virtual Cybersecurity Conference: Day 2 News

Black Hat USA 2020 virtual conference news spans MSSPs, BlackBerry, Exabeam, Mimecast, Trend Micro, SOCaaS, MDR, SOAR, Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) & more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 11 May 2020

Today’s MSSP and cybersecurity news involves Black Hat USA 2020 now online only; law firm ransomware attack; ReliaQuest; Risk Based Security; Telos Xacta & more.

Endpoint Security Pact: Perimeter 81, SentinelOne Announce Partnership

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Perimeter 81 integrates its Zero Trust Network as a Service into the SentinelOne endpoint protection platform & will showcase the offering at Black Hat USA.

eSentire, Cyxtera Partner on Zero-Trust Network Protection

eSentire integrates managed detection and response (MDR) with Cyxtera’s AppGate SDP zero-trust network security platform. Plus, eSentire VP Chris Braden explains MSP partner strategy.

AlienVault Survey: Emerging Threats Drive Cybersecurity Collaboration

Most IT security professionals share threat intelligence, a survey of Black Hat USA conference attendees cybersecurity company AlienVault shows.

Machine Learning for Cybersecurity: How to Move Forward

Machine learning algorithms have great potential to help with security analytics and employee productivity. But challenges remain. ESG explains.

Will Artificial Intelligence Become Cyberattack Weapon?

Cybercriminals will use artificial intelligence (AI) for “offensive purposes” within 12 months, most info sec pros say, a Cylance survey reveals.