Threat Intelligence by Cisco at RSAC 2019

May 7, 2019

Better Threat Intelligence Better Integration Better Security. Machine Learning: The What and Why of AI. Vendors claim they have the end-all machine learning solution. But many can’t tell you why they use it and worse, it may not qualify as machine learning. You shouldn’t have to be a data scientist to be an educated buyer. This discussion will review what machine learning is and examine different techniques and when to use them. You’ll become more informed and gain six questions to ask vendors.

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Two Six Labs invents, prototypes and engineers breakthrough technologies for government and industry, with broad commitments in multiple areas of technological innovation. Our projects range from situational awareness interfaces for cyber operators to distributed sensor networks.

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Infographic | April 4, 2022

Privileged access management (PAM) controls, monitors, secures and audits all human and non-human identities and activities across an enterprise IT environment.3% of organizations lack a mature approach to access management, resulting in two times more breaches.

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Cyber Security Market

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The global cyber security market size is anticipated to reach USD 366.10 billion by 2028 and exhibit a CAGR of 12.0% during the forecast period. The surging number of e-commerce platforms and the growing integration of machine learning, internet-of-things (IoT), and cloud are expected to boost the market's growth.

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Importance of Data Masking

Infographic | March 24, 2022

The Data Masking market was valued at USD 483.90 million in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 1044.93 million by 2026.

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What is phishing? How this cyber attack works and how to prevent it

Infographic | February 12, 2020

Phishing is a cyber attack that uses disguised email as a weapon. The goal is to trick the email recipient into believing that the message is something they want or need — a request from their bank, for instance, or a note from someone in their company — and to click a link or download an attachment. What really distinguishes phishing is the form the message takes: the attackers masquerade as a trusted entity of some kind, often a real or plausibly real person, or a company the victim might do business with. It's one of the oldest types of cyberattacks, dating back to the 1990s, and it's still one of the most widespread and pernicious, with phishing messages and techniques becoming increasingly sophisticated.

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Cybercrime By The Numbers

Infographic | January 3, 2020

Malware, ransomware, data breaches, and phishing are top of mind for most companies. As users, devices, applications, and data continue to move outside of the traditional enterprise perimeter and zone of control, attack surfaces will only expand. So, what are the realities of falling prey to a cyber attack?

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The Importance of Active Directory Security Best Practices

Infographic | February 9, 2022

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