Technology & Data Science

Insider Threat, Security Analytics

Few things in life can be expressed in black and white terms. Sure, a light switch is either on or it’s off; one baseball team wins the World Series each…

Can organizations identify insider threats or high-risk individuals using network data alone? Consider that many security software solutions today are optimized to perform network log monitoring and aggregation. They excel…

Cyber security

Embedded in Jamie Dimon’s recent revelation that one of his foreign-exchange traders used a mobile device to make a $100-million trade was an important message about individual trustworthiness as a…

Insider threat

Haystax Technology, a leading security analytics platform provider, is today releasing an industry survey, titled Insider Attacks, that provides new data and insights into the current state of the insider…

Security analytics

Haystax Technology CEO Bryan Ware has written the second of a two-part series on how three well-known security analytics approaches can be vital tools for organizations and security analysts, provided…

Security analytics

Bayesian modeling, machine learning and rules-based systems are often cited as three of the most useful technologies for security analytics applications. The problem is that they are often poorly implemented,…

Security analytics

Bryan Ware, Haystax Technology’s CEO and a regular contributor to Network World, today published his insights on three popular security analytics approaches – Bayesian networks, machine learning and rules-based systems…

This is the second in a series of blog posts that will look at how common objections to the use of Bayesian networks can be overcome by clear thinking and…

Security analytics

Will artificial intelligence (AI) help or hurt the cybersecurity job market? Tech journalist Maria Korolov explores this and other AI issues in a recent article in Network World and cites…