Outsource tasks and understand what motivates security professionals.
Random observations about last week’s show.
Discussions focused on enterprise customer requirements rather than silver bullet solutions.
The industry should be talking about the security skills shortage, open security standards, and automation but these subjects will get minimal lip service.
Mostly the same as last year but with more innovation, startups, and excitement.
FIDO specification introduced this week with broad support and lots of potential.
Data security, security policies, and integration top the list of problems.
Enterprise organizations proclaim that cybersecurity initiatives are one of their highest priorities. Should fuel the rhetoric at the RSA Conference.
Enterprise security professionals point to problems with integration, scale, and support for various mobile device types.
Commander-in-chief eschews cybersecurity in State of the Union speech and misses a golden opportunity to reassure the American people.
ESG research points to lack of control, privacy, and lack of security visibility.
Lots of ways for VMware to pivot off this acquisition.
ESG data indicates that enterprise organizations are either cybersecurity skill “haves” or “have nots.”
POS malware used for Target attack whistled past endpoint security.
Security teams point to problems with skills, malware knowledge, and forensics.
New protection, detection, and monitoring requirements may alter the antivirus status quo.
Security executives have a tough road ahead to improve security monitoring, analytics, operations, and business enablement.
Lots of opportunity in network security, data security, security services, and strong authentication in 2014.
CISOs need to improve forensic investigations, root cause analysis, and security intelligence monitoring.
Endpoint security, security analytics, and process automation top the “to-do” list.