David Norfolk reviews “The Chaos Factory” by Adam Wasserman, an excellent historical guide to how IT got the way it is today.
IBM is actively encouraging the movement of mission critical workloads onto suitable public clouds using what it calls Intelligent Workflows.
The ability to infiltrate networks and remain undetected is a key capability for attackers to gain access to systems, hence the need for threat hunting.
If high performance and availability of IT is critical for your business, not all IT monitoring and management solutions are born equal.
Once, managed security services were somewhat limited in nature, managing such tools on behalf of customers. MDR services shift that paradigm.
Estimates from ISC2 indicate that the shortfall of skilled and experienced security professionals could be as high as four million worldwide.
The appointment of new IBM CEO, Arvind Krishna might be one of the most significant weeks in its history as it sets foot on the path to a culture change.
A Confucian governance framework in a tech-based company can allow effective self-regulation, with public trust and technological innovation.
In the latest of Fran Howarth's blogs on managed detection and response services, she looks at telemetry, which she feels is a vital ingredient to MDR.
A cautionary tale about cloud data migrations as NASA moves its Distributed Active Archive Center (DAAC) storage onto an AWS Cloud.