Malware has become the new weapon of choice for cybercriminals. It enables even non-technical criminals to produce highly effective and profitable cyberattacks with little effort. If you’re not already working to protect your network, you’re already at risk.Watch Now >
Information security teams worldwide are increasingly concerned about the rapid growth of cyber threats. To address this concern and provide peer insights, Crowd Research Partners, in partnership with the 370,000+ member Information Security Community on LinkedIn, has conducted an in-depth study on several important threat lifecycle topics. BluVector was a proud sponsor of this survey.Watch Now >
This on-demand webinar covers the various ways in which artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are coming to dominate the cyber security landscape.
This webinar provides you with an understanding of how the various types of machine learning techniques are being applied to cyber security and how those techniques are being tailored to solve particular problems in cyber security.Watch Now >
Despite being available for years to commercial sector organizations, up to 80% of cybersecurity budgets are still spent responding to attacks, not proactively defending against them. During this virtual workshop, attendees will hear from some of today’s top experts and practitioners on how to leverage strategies and technologies to move away from the ‘detect and respond’ death-spiral towards a “predict and prevent” methodology which will dramatically increase your ability to defend against today’s hyper-evolving threat landscape.Watch Now >
In the last two years, the number of breached data records has tripled over the total recorded since over the previous decade. Why have recent attacks been so successful, and what will security teams need to do to get a handle on them in the months ahead? Join 451 Information security research director Scott Crawford and Nate Carroll with BluVector to take a look at these questions.Watch Now >
Intrusion detection is hardly a bleeding edge technology, but there's a reason we still use it -- detecting an intrusion is the first step to stopping a serious data breach. In an industry that touts bleeding-edge technologies and tends to relegate older technologies to the virtual trash heap after just a few years, it’s telling that intrusion detection is still considered an essential technology. A recent survey of security professionals by SC Media and BluVector looked at what technology companies are using today for intrusion detection and what their plans are for the future.Watch Now >