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  • Microsoft CISO Talks Threat Intel, 'Data Inclusion'
    Dark Reading caught up with Microsoft's Bret Arsenault to discuss intelligence, identity, and the need to leverage more diverse datasets.
  • Firms More Likely to Tempt Security Pros With Big Salaries than Invest in Training
    Booz Allen survey shows most organizations' answer to the security skills shortage may be unsustainable.
  • Free endpoint scanning service powered by Open Threat Exchange
    Russ Spitler, AlienVault's SVP of product strategy, explains how security pros can leverage the community-powered threat intelligence of OTX - which sees more than 19 million IoCs contributed daily by a global community of 80,000 peers - to quickly protect themselves against emerging attacks.
  • Can AI improve your endpoint detection and response?
    To intervene with optimum efficiency, response team needs to zero in on the most potentially dangerous endpoint anomalies first. And according to Harish Agastya, VP of Enterprise Solutions at Bitdefender, machine learning-assisted EDR can help you do exactly that.
  • Should CISOs Be Hackers?
    Justin Calmus, Chief Security Officer at OneLogin, believes that cybersecurity professionals - including CISOs and other security team leaders - can be much more effective at their jobs if they stay actively engaged with hacking communities that keep them on their toes and give them deep insight into attack trends.
  • Successfully Using Deception Against APTs
    According to Illusive CEO Ofer Israeli, deception technology can provide a vital layer of protection from advanced persistent threats (APTs) by presenting attackers with seemingly genuine servers that both divert them from high-value digital assets and make it easier to pinpoint malicious network activity.
  • Securing Social Media: National Safety, Privacy Concerns
    It's a critical time for social media platforms and the government agencies and private businesses and individuals using them.

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