Tag: SOCs

Depending on whose study you believe, there is going to be a shortage of 1.5 million or more cybersecurity professionals in 2020. As McAfee re-emerged from Intel as an independent company, we have stood up our own fusion of converged physical and security operations center (SOC) functions in the past nine months. We have been very ...
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Everybody’s got a device. And the data on that device is moving into the public cloud. Massive amounts of data.  In a world of massive amounts of data, who’s the traffic cop? The Security Operation Center (SOC). But these days the daily flow of data traffic resembles a Formula One race car going full out, ...
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In security operations, we frequently talk about the difficulties in separating the signal from the noise to detect legitimate threats and disregard false alarms. Data overload is a common problem and triage becomes a critical skill to hone and develop. As the chief information security officer (CISO) for McAfee, I am aware at multiple levels ...
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Security operation centers (SOCs) are struggling to keep up with attackers, and artificial intelligence (AI) has failed to deliver significant improvements. The industry has been successful at applying AI to malware detection and user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) using deep neural networks and anomaly detection. But other core SOC jobs such as monitoring, triage, ...
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This has been quite a year for McAfee, as we not only roll out our vision, but also start to fulfill that vision. We’ve established our world view: endpoint and cloud as the critical control points for cybersecurity and the Security Operations Center (SOC) as the central analytics hub and situation room. While we’ve talked ...
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This blog was written by Barbara Kay. Security embodies the analogy of fixing a plane in flight. Every company has some variety of security people, process, and technology in place already. So, like a plane in flight, your security infrastructure needs an operational model that can be updated, adapted, repaired, or serviced while it is ...
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This blog was co-written by Ramnath Venugopalan. In May, McAfee surveyed more than 700 IT and security professionals around the world to better understand how threat hunting is used in organizations and how they hope to enhance their threat hunting capabilities. You can read the full study: Disrupting the Disruptors, Art or Science? Understanding the ...
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