June 4, 2019
At RSA 2019, as indicated by Bugra Karabey, the senior risk manager from Microsoft, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies have found a ubiquitous application in the cybersecurity field. Currently, ML is the most popular AI technology which is extensively used. Meanwhile, people begin to think about drawbacks and even security risks of ML.
A Look into RSA 2019: Cultural Blending and Capability Building During the Implementation of DevSecOps
May 24, 2019
As an increasing mature technical system in the security domain, DevSecOps, in nature, inherits the concept of shifting security to the left during the security development lifecycle (SDL). Simply speaking, DevSecOps is capability integration, continuous learning, and cultural blending. In fact, the concept of “blending” is also reflected by the theme of the DevSecOps Day at RSAC 2019, namely, “DevOps Connect”. The concept calls for CI/CD (continuous integration and continuous delivery and effective measurement to improve the efficiency.
May 14, 2019
As cloud computing, big data, Internet of Things (IoT), and mobile Internet evolve, application forms and requirements are going through changes. I believe that the application security trend virtually highlights technologies and design theories: technological innovations continue to focus on API concepts; the design theories of solutions, products, and services continue to move towards DevOps (development and operations). In this article, I will discuss the application security trend. (more…)
May 7, 2019
The RSA Conference 2019, which is dedicated to addressing worldwide information security issues, was held in March 4–8. This year’s RSA Conference took “Better” as its theme, aimed at exploring new cybersecurity development realms in a digital epoch and finding better security vendors, products, services, and solutions. In the past few years, with the rapid adoption of big data and artificial intelligence (AI) techniques, players across the security industry have been energetic in pushing “better” application of these new techniques in the security field. Detection and response are the two permanent security topics much talked about at both last year’s and this year’s conference. This indicates that security vendors are inputting more resources into AI-automated detection and response. By combining automation, process orchestration, AI, and machine learning, they try to optimize their centralized security management and operations platform for more automatic and intelligent threat discovery and response. (more…)
May 1, 2019
Incident Response Is Changing The enterprise security market has seen fast incorporation of more and more cloud, Internet of Things (IoT), and mobile devices into enterprise security environments, which traditionally abound with servers, workstations, and networking and security devices. In this context, enterprises are faced with decentralized services and products from a variety of service […]