IBM Resilient in the News

  1. Simpler, Smarter Security With Intelligent Orchestration

    Simpler, Smarter Security With Intelligent Orchestration

    Cyberattacks are growing more frequent, sophisticated and damaging, and organizations have invested hundreds of billions of dollars into arming themselves to fight back. This has led to new challenges, since today’s complex security environments and processes — or lack thereof — often hinder timely and effective response to attacks.
    Read More
  2. IBM Resilient enterprise security platform merges human, machine learning

    IBM Resilient enterprise security platform merges human, machine learning

    IBM says that combining both human and machine intelligence gives us the best chance of responding to incidents before security breaches occur.
    Read More
  3. Cybersecurity’s Next Major Challenge: Connecting Human and Machine Intelligence

    Cybersecurity’s Next Major Challenge: Connecting Human and Machine Intelligence

    Today, we’re announcing a major technology shift that will accelerate this journey and make it more widely available to companies of all sizes with the next-generation IBM Resilient Incident Response Platform (IRP) with Intelligent Orchestration.
    Read More
  4. Survey Roundup: Many Companies Falling Short on Infosec Training

    Survey Roundup: Many Companies Falling Short on Infosec Training

    A survey of around 2,800 global IT and security professionals by IBM Security and Ponemon Institute found 77% said their organization doesn’t have an incident-response plan that is applied consistently across the company.
    Read More
  5. Cybersecurity Incident Response Still Major Issue

    Cybersecurity Incident Response Still Major Issue

    Over 75% of respondents across the globe admitted that they do not have a formal cybersecurity incident response plan in place across their organization, according to research conducted by Ponemon Institute and sponsored by IBM Resilient.
    Read More
  6. 77% of Businesses Lack Proper Incident Response Plans

    77% of Businesses Lack Proper Incident Response Plans

    Your incident response plan probably isn't as strong as you think it is, according to a new pool of research showing a broad gap between the perceived strength of incident response plans and their true effectiveness.
    Read More
  7. New Ponemon Report: Too Many Organizations Don’t Have a Plan to Respond to Incidents

    New Ponemon Report: Too Many Organizations Don’t Have a Plan to Respond to Incidents

    When a cyberattack occurs, most organizations are unprepared and do not have a consistent incident response plan. Seventy-seven percent of respondents still lack a formal cybersecurity incident response plan (CSIRP) that is applied consistently across the organization, a figure that is largely unchanged from last year.
    Read More
  8. Implementing O&A: Why Intelligence Is the Key to Strategic Orchestration

    Implementing O&A: Why Intelligence Is the Key to Strategic Orchestration

    Cybercriminals are leveraging the latest technologies and best practices to advance their objectives. Enterprises want and need to do the same.
    Read More
  9. EY announces offering to automate cyberattack response workflow

    EY announces offering to automate cyberattack response workflow

    Powered by the IBM Resilient® Incident Response Platform, the EY Incident Response Process Integration Service includes customizable solutions that simplify and automate organizations' response workflows.
    Read More
  10. Looking Ahead: Three Bold Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018

    Looking Ahead: Three Bold Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018

    2017 was action-packed in the world cybersecurity. Ransomware attacks exploded and the skills gap widened. But there were some bright spots too: Artificial intelligence is showing promise, and orchestration is helping analysts become more productive.
    Read More
  11. Why Cybersecurity Needs a Human in the Loop

    Why Cybersecurity Needs a Human in the Loop

    It's no longer comparable to Kasparov versus Big Blue. When security teams use AI, it's like Kasparov consulting with Big Blue before deciding on his next move.
    Read More
  12. GDPR Puts Response at Center Stage for All Companies

    GDPR Puts Response at Center Stage for All Companies

    When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect in May 2018, a company's ability to respond to a data breach will be paramount.
    Read More