While smart technology can definitely help lessen the noise, it can never replace the intuition, inventiveness and insight of a human. Learn why success will depend on security automation technology that doesn’t take the lead, but rather assists, amplifies and augments human behavior.
In part 1 of our 2-part webcast series, we’ll cover the specifics of effective security-related communications by looking at the individual document level. Experience an analysis of the most important parts of a communications document such as the heading or call to action and see examples of effective security communications.
Researcher Relations: Building Trusted Relations Between Security Researchers and Organizations
Analyzing Twitter’s Latest Update: A “Problem of Leadership”
We Are All Risk Managers Now
Contact Tracing: Ethics in Privacy and Technology in a Post COVID World
Access Control Design Best Practices
Security Partnership: The Benefits and Challenges of High Velocity Code Release
Hackers & Threats
It’s been a busy week here at RSA Conference, with registration opening for our Asia Pacific & Japan 2020 virtual event. While we’ve been pulling together a rich agenda for our July 15-17 event,...
“I read the news today, oh boy...”
The Beatles may have famously penned the lyrics to “A Day in the Life” in 1967—the same decade passwords were invented—but the message may seem to ring even more true in today’s digital...
Mobile & IoT Security
In light of the current global situation, technology is replacing a number of real-life activities to help us through the unprecedented measures that have been put in place in response to the global...
Today’s global health crisis is transforming healthcare delivery. While telemedicine isn’t new, the pandemic has significantly accelerated its adoption.
Security vendors come to the rescue with AI and automation to save the day. But even smart technology can only go so far, and while it can definitely help lessen the noise, it can never replace the intuition, inventiveness and insight of a human.Technology can’t replace humanity in security...
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