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ThreatConnect | August 19, 2020
ThreatConnect, Inc.®, provider of the industry’s only intelligence-driven security operations solutions, announced today that it has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association and will integrate Microsoft solutions with the ThreatConnect Threat Intelligence (TIP) and Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) Platform using the Microsoft Graph Security API. This integration allows ThreatConnect clients to connect with nearly any piece of Microsoft technology, incl...
business2community | February 25, 2020
This interesting piece from McKinsey made me think and deserves some comments: “The risk-based approach to cybersecurity”. The risk-based approach itself which it promotes has solid foundations, and in fact is nothing new. Actually, it echoes in many ways the model we – at Corix Partners – have been developing and delivering with clients and associates for the past 10 years .But I don’t think it makes sense – or indeed helps the industry move forward – t...
Argus | March 30, 2021
Argus Cyber Security, a global pioneer in the field of cyber automotive security, cooperated with Microsoft Azure IoT to help car manufacturers to track, identify, and mitigate cloud attacks.
Argus Fleet Protection, an Automotive Security Operation Center (ASOC) solution, in-vehicle insights from Argus Connected ECU Protection, and update capability with Argus Software Updates Over-the-Air comprise the Argus cybersecurity package for automotive applications, which is combined with...
Datadog | April 29, 2022
Datadog, Inc., a cloud application monitoring and security platform, today announced the official release of its Application Security Monitoring (ASM) solution. ASM utilizes distributed tracing to assist security, development, and operations teams in precisely detecting code-level vulnerabilities like server-side request forgeries (SSRFs), SQL injections, cross-site scripting (XSS) assaults, and others.
Today, applications are a frequent cause of data breaches. According to Forres...
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