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Security industry riddled with gender diversity issues & burnout
“The lack of diversity in this survey is a microcosm of the wider problem plaguing the cybersecurity industry."
Security defensive blue teams failing to catch offensive red teams - Exabeam
35% of respondents claim that the blue team never or rarely catches the red team, while 62% say they are caught occasionally or often.
Security teams spend 25% of their time chasing false positives
The report also showed that teams were also concerned about investigating actionable intelligence and building incident timelines as well as cleaning, fixing and/or patching networks.
SOC roles and responsibilities evolving with threats - Exabeam
Keeping up with security alerts presented the largest pain point experienced by SOC personnel.
Deakin Uni scores double win with Exabeam partnership
Australia’s Deakin University is partnering with SIEM security company Exabeam in an effort to boost the university’s cybersecurity degree program and strengthen its SIEM capabilities.
Exabeam plans to use $75m fund to leave legacy SIEM vendors in the dust
SIEM provider Exabeam predicts that it will leave legacy providers in the dust, and it’s all down to a US$75 million Series E funding that will be used to ‘displace’ legacy security management vendors.
Corelight and Exabeam partner to improve network monitoring
The combination of lateral movement and siloed usage of point security products leaves many security teams vulnerable to compromise.
Gartner names newcomer Exabeam a leader in SIEM
The vendor landscape for SIEM is evolving, with recent entrants bringing technologies optimised for analytics use cases.
Brewery breach: Not even beer is safe from ransomware
There were no pints enjoyed at this Scottish brewery this week as it fell victim to a crippling ransomware attack.
Exabeam and Okta partner to add context to identity management
The joint Exabeam and Okta solution will help security teams to monitor and protect enterprises against credential-based threats.
Interview: The inside word on Exabeam's State of the SOC report
"Sny disconnect between SOC leadership, and those on the ground managing day-to-day operations – no matter how small - should signal an alarm bell."
Ticketmaster breached: here’s what seven security experts had to say
Ticketmaster has suffered a breach that affects 5% of its global customer base, here's what the experts had to say on the incident.
Survey: Majority of cybersecurity professionals unhappy with pay
Exabeam has released some alarming findings that reveal despite general job satisfaction, most security professionals want more money.
Report finds UK manufacturers’ cybersecurity severely wanting
With the industry now one of the most targeted, EEF CEO Phipson says "manufacturers must urgently take appropriate steps to protect themselves."
New study details how easy it is for hackers to steal your data
It’s no secret that web browsers store a substantial amount of sensitive information about their users - hackers are taking advantage of this.
FEATURE: Tech’s female powerhouses tackle women shortage issue
International Women's Day is here and what better time to tackle the elephant in the room that is the huge gender disparity in the technology sector.
Winter Olympics hacked: Was it just disruptive or something more sinister?
The Winter Olympics recently fell victim to a cyberattack which seemed to be just a disruption, but this expert says there could be more behind it.
Cybereason and Exabeam fuse endpoint detection with SIEM
"This holistic analysis combines Cybereason data with that of other security solutions to help customers detect complex threats."
Industry experts weigh in on getting ready for GDPR
A recent worrying survey found that only 3 in every 10 UK businesses have started preparing for the GDPR - seven experts have provided their insights.
Hacking of national security projects highlights importance of patching
The recent release of the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) 2017 report revealed a small breach – with massive implications.