Everyone in the infosec community will agree that Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) are an important component in any effective cyber security strategy, perhaps not the most press worthy but integral to policing your network borders. Much like a burglar alarm, an IDS is timeless in its effectiveness in detecting and alerting that someone has breached perimeter security measures. However, IDS technology is not evolving at the pace it once did but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t exciting innovations and changes happening.
FloCon 2018 is officially the first show of 2018 for Telesoft and is shaping up to be a research driven action packed show highlighting next generation data analytics. The title of this year’s show is ‘FloCon: Using Data to Defend’ and we couldn’t agree more. You can only defend against what you can see and understand, unless of course you are a Jedi or some sort of other worldly Mystic (if so we will be in the main foyer on Booth #7 please drop by we have questions!).
Sarah is an experienced B2B technology marketing professional, creating content for the Cyber Security, Telco and Government Infrastructure sectors.
on Wednesday, 13 December 2017. Posted in Cyber, Events
From the serial swag magpies, interesting/very amusing PowerPoint meme usage to the crazy, scary and sexy hacks. Black Hat Europe 2017 was exactly everything you come to expect from the Blackhat events team, so congrats for another great conference. Security experts from around the world shared ground breaking research, open-source tools (did you see our very own Dom presenting Telesoft’s Open Source based CERNE IDS Platform on Thursday? He’s kind of a big deal now) and zero day exploits.
Oliver studied Global Business Management at Regents University and proceeded to work in the fast paced, constantly evolving publishing world. Now working as a key member of Telesoft Sales Team, Oliver leverages customer interactions and market research to identify new product innovations and enhancements, including new cybersecurity data sources and external partnership opportunities.
As the Cyber Security Industry continues to grow in India and data rates inevitably expand. Governments, organisations and businesses are faced with the ever increasing threat of a cyber-attack and extremely large data sets that hide potentially valuable business intelligence. Understandably Big Data, Data Science and Data Analytics are big business, which is currently estimated at $2.03 billion annually and is growing at a healthy compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 23.8 per cent.
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