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17 Aug 2017 Study Shows Cyber-Security Pros Confident They Can Find Threats (Slideshow) [65655]
eWeek, August 17th, 2017

"Crowd Research Partners released the 2017 Threat Monitoring, Detection and Response Report on Aug. 15, providing insight into the latest trends and professional opinions in the cyber-security landscape. The report includes responses from 410 IT security professionals and was produced in partnership with AlienVault, Bitglass, BluVector, ControlScan, Delta Risk, DomainTools, Dtex, Event Tracker, Exabeam, ObserveIT, SoftActivity and Tenable. Among the high-levels finding is that most organization feel confident they can detect threats within a day, yet it takes more than a day, often much more, for the majority organizations to recover from a cyber-attack. This slide show looks at some of the highlights of the 2017 Threat Monitoring, Detection and Response Report..."
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16 Aug 2017 Insider Threats Loom Large For Security Pros [65628]
Dark Reading, August 16th, 2017

"Insider threats pose a greater challenge to security pros than external threats, according to a recent survey.

When it comes to insider threats, 61% of infosec professionals consider it more difficult to detect and prevent these attacks than external ones, according to Crowd Research Partners' 2017 Threat Monitoring, Detection and Response report released this week.

The survey, which queried 400 cybersecurity professionals, found 51% believe internal threats are on the rise over last year, with 61% of respondents attributing them to inadvertent breaches. User training is the leading method among 57% of the survey respondents for tackling insider threats, the survey found..."
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15 Aug 2017 7 Free Tools Every Network Needs [65600]
Network World, August 15th, 2017

"From device discovery to visibility into systems, networks, and traffic flows, these free open source monitoring tools have you covered...

In the real estate world, the mantra is location, location, location. In the network and server administration world, the mantra is visibility, visibility, visibility. If you don't know what your network and servers are doing at every second of the day, you're flying blind. Sooner or later, you're going to meet with disaster..."
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31 Jul 2017 Security Drives The Adoption Of DevOps Tools [65324]
ITProPortal, July 31st, 2017

"Creating a SecOps culture in your organization requires smart, practical tooling....

SecOps is more than just a title; it's a workflow and methodology. Its goal is to align security and ops teams in order to help companies deliver software efficiently, while simultaneously reducing risk for the organization over time. And that's a reality of business, after all. The simplest form of security monitoring often must be coordinated with operations - for example, even getting visibility into who is doing what, where, and when in the environment requires an agent, which in turn requires ops to approve and implement it. "
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27 Jul 2017 Top Network Monitoring Software And Visibility Tools [65184]
Network World, July 27th 2017

"If you need to know what's happening in your network, these are the tools to use...

Networking performance monitoring and diagnostics (NPMD) software, whether running as an independent appliance or embedded in networking equipment, can help stave off productivity issues for internal corporate users as well as those interacting with the network from the outside.

But with ever-increasing traffic on corporate networks, users attempting to optimize connections to the cloud and new Internet of Things devices bombarding the network, enterprises and network performance monitoring vendors face growing challenges..."
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