Media Coverage

March 16, 2017 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Cyber security and cyber threats are most often confused with cyber risk, and often used interchangeably, but they are worlds apart. What is the difference between these concepts and what really defines an organization’s cyber risk posture, internal security posture, and the exploitability of threats in the context of organizational risk?     Read Full Article


March 15, 2017 | Albuquerque Journal
RiskSense Inc. has moved its Silicon Valley office to a larger space to accommodate the Albuquerque company’s rapid growth. The new office space is nearly three times larger than RiskSense’s previous space in Sunnyvale, according to a news release from the cybersecurity firm.     Read Full Article


March 13, 2017 | Inside Security Newsletter
RiskSense, the developer of a cyber risk management platform with offices in Sunnyvale and New Mexico, closed a $14M series A round led by Paladin Capital Group.     Read Full Article


March 13, 2017 | Albuquerque Business First, May Ortega
RiskSense recently doubled its Series A funding to a total of $14 million, which Mukkamala said would be used to expand sales, speed up product development and — one of the company's long-time goals — enter the cyber security insurance realm.     Read Full Article


March 13, 2017 | AXIOS
RiskSense, an Albuquerque, N.M.-based provider of cyber risk management solutions, has raised $7 million in new Series A funding (bringing the round total to $14m). Jump Capital came in as a new investor on the round, which previously was led by Paladin Capital Group. The company also secured a debt facility from Silicon Valley Bank.     Read Full Article


March 11, 2017 | Fortune
RiskSense, an Albuquerque cybersecurity company, has increased its Series A round to $14 million. The company’s investors included Jump Capital, Paladin Capital Group, Sun Mountain Capital, EPIC Ventures, and CenturyLink.     Read Full Article


March 10, 2017 | ReadITQuik, Pratibha Nanduri
Cyber risk management company RiskSense has announced that it has received an additional infusion of Series A funds raising the total capital to $14 million. Jump Capital has made the new contribution. The earlier funding was received from Paladin Capital Group, EPIC Ventures, Sun Mountain Capital, and CenturyLink. The funds raised will be used to expand the existing sales and marketing efforts, accelerate and increase the scope of product development and enter new product markets like cybersecurity insurance.     Read Full Article


March 10, 2017 | Albuquerque Business First, Rachel Sams
Before August, RiskSense had never done a round of outside investment. Seven months later, it boasts one of the largest investment rounds by a New Mexico company in recent memory.     Read Full Article


March 10, 2017 | eSecurity Planet, Pedro Hernandez
The company's machine-learning technology helps enterprises focus their security efforts on high-priority threats. Add one more to the growing tally of security funding deals in early 2017. RiskSense, an Albuquerque, NM cyber-risk management company, announced this week that it had raised $14 million in a Series A round of financing.     Read Full Article


March 9, 2017 | Albuquerque Business First, May Ortega
RiskSense announced Thursday that it has doubled its funding round, raising a total of $14 million. Jump Capital joins four firms investing in the company's Series A round of financing.     Read Full Article


March 9, 2017 | FINSMES
RiskSense, Inc., an Albuquerque, NM-based developer of pro-active cyber risk management solutions, raised an additional Series A funding. As part of this extension, which brought total funding in the round to $14M, Jump Capital joined existing investors Paladin Capital Group, Sun Mountain Capital, EPIC Ventures, and CenturyLink. In addition, Silicon Valley Bank provided a debt facility.     Read Full Article


March 9, 2017 | BayArea TechWire
RiskSense, the developer of a cyber risk management platform with offices in Sunnyvale and New Mexico, said on Thursday it has landed an additional $7 million in its first round of funding, raising the total of the round to $14 million.     Read Full Article


March 6, 2017 | CIR
Product and features: Your guide to risk software products along with a comprehensive table of features.     Read Full Article


March 2, 2017 | SecurityAsia, Evan Schuman
Cyberthieves today know that it’s better to be sneaky and crafty than forceful. To be even more blunt, they know that it’s better to trick you into doing their work than to break in and do it themselves.     Read Full Article


March 1, 2017 | Momentum Partners
Momentum Partners, advisors and dealmakers in cybersecurity, has announced the final 10 companies added to the firm’s annual Watch List. Each quarter 10 companies are selected after carefully weighing feedback from the field and considering a variety of growth and innovation factors.     Read Full Article


February 28, 2017 | CSO Online, Evan Schuman
Cyberthieves today know that it’s better to be sneaky and crafty than forceful. To be even more blunt, they know that it’s better to trick you into doing their work than to break in and do it themselves.     Read Full Article


February 28, 2017 | Computerworld, Evan Schuman
Cyberthieves today know that it’s better to be sneaky and crafty than forceful. To be even more blunt, they know that it’s better to trick you into doing their work than to break in and do it themselves.     Read Full Article


February 23, 2017 | Cyber Defense Magazine, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
While malware attacks and data breaches at companies such as Oracle, SWIFT, Cisco, and Yahoo! continue to make headlines almost daily, many organizations still practice a traditional approach to enterprise security, which is mainly end point-focused, labor-driven, and vulnerability oriented. Meanwhile, cyber adversaries have advanced their attack methodologies and long moved on to target new areas of the attack surface, including but not limited to applications, cloud, and Internet of Things (IoT). In 2017, information security professionals should consider a new approach that assesses the growing attack surface in its entirety and prioritizes remediation based on threat susceptibility and business impact, rather than solely on internal security findings.     Read Full Article


February 22, 2017 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
A few weeks ago, the World Economic Forum (WEF) met in Davos, Switzerland where an expert working group issued a report “Advancing Cyber Resilience: Principles and Tools for Boards.” It is touted as a first-of-its-kind resource to support board of directors and CEOs on cyber security and cyber resilience strategy. The WEF’s principles and tools are designed to help corporate boards and senior management strengthen their organizations’ cyber hygiene and posture. The principles are a response to the increasing threat cyber risks pose to the world economy. Their aim is to provide guidance for managing cyber risks much in the same way that organizations manage enterprise risk. Let’s consider whether the proposed principles and tools can improve cyber resilience, and which types of enterprises can benefit most from implementing them.     Read Full Article


February 17, 2017 | ChannelInsider, Gina Roos
The latest platform release from RiskSense delivers security as a service that aligns a customer's vulnerability management priorities with the biggest threats.     Read Full Article


February 15, 2017 | Xconomy, Bernadette Tansey
A cybersecurity executive I talked to recently raised a scenario like this: You and your cousin swap opinions about a standout basketball player one night. The next day you get an email from your cousin’s friend. He says your cousin told him you’d like this new article about your favorite point guard, and he attaches the link. Later you find out your working laptop’s been hacked, and some of your employer’s confidential data has been stolen.     Read Full Article


February 13, 2017 | Cyber Defense Magazine
Line up of all 2017 CDM InfoSec Award winners that were announced on the first day of RSA Conference 2017.     Read Full Article


February 13, 2017 | DATAVERSITY, Angela Guess
According to a recent press release, “RiskSense Inc., the pioneer and market leader in pro-active cyber risk management, today announced it will unveil at the upcoming RSA Conference 2017 in San Francisco the first integrated platform that allows governments and enterprises to identify cyber risk exposure across their network, endpoint, application, and database layers. In addition to continuously assessing, scoring, and prioritizing cyber risks, RiskSense assists in quickly orchestrating remediation and validating the results.”     Read Full Article


February 10, 2017 | Blue Hill Research, Dr. Alea Fairchild
RSA 2017 starts Monday February 13th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and promises to be a jam-packed conference full to bursting with expo participants. This year’s conference will focus on the advances and pitfalls of innovation within the industry, the importance of intelligence sharing and continued rise of threats related to IoT and ransomware. The role of information security and innovation in the enterprise is key to this year’s conference, with Symantec doing their presentation on innovation and the future of cyber security. Going to RSAC this year? Here are several booths to put on your ‘route map’ for your visit...     Read Full Article


February 9, 2017 | Global Association of Risk Professionals, Ted Knutson and Jeffrey Kutler
Cybersecurity is not an either-or, black-and-white, “safe or out” proposition. How can a risk professional or chief information security officer deliver simple but revealing threat and preparedness data to senior executives and directors?     Read Full Article


February 6, 2017 | Albuquerque Business First, Shelby Perea
Bill Bradley, senior vice president for cyber engineering and technology services of CenturyLink is joining the board of directors of Albuquerque-headquartered RiskSense Inc.     Read Full Article


February 6, 2017 | ChannelVision Magazine, Tara Seals
RiskSense has updated its cyber-risk management platform, available via channel partners. The latest release of the software-as-a-service platform, RiskSense 7.0, integrates the TIBCO Jaspersoft Business Intelligence Engine, providing enhanced flexibility in the design and customization of self-service reports, clear and concise visualizations, and quick analysis and report generation. These advanced security analytics capabilities enable automated coordination among business stakeholders, provide real-time visibility into an organization’s cyber-risk exposure, and enable security program benchmarking over time.     Read Full Article


February 1, 2017 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
October 2016 marked the one-year anniversary of the implementation of the Payment Card Industry (PCI) “EMV” mandate. However, a steady stream of data breaches impacting millions of shoppers and their credit card information including last year’s hack of Oracle’s MICROS Point-of-Sale Division, begs the question: “Is EMV really helping to reduce credit card fraud and minimize the risk of data exfiltration?”     Read Full Article


January 31, 2017 | Albuquerque Business First, Rachel Sapin
Gary Tonjes, president of Albuquerque Economic Development, was named one of the top 50 economic developers in the United States, Canada, and Mexico for 2017. That's according to an annual list from Michigan-based Consultant Connect, a company that describes itself as one that bridges "the gap between economic developers and site consultants."     Read Full Article


January 30, 2017 | Momentum Partners
Momentum's January Cybersecurity Snapshot, showcasing the latest flurry of strategic activity in the cybersecurity space, in terms of both M&A and financings, including two $1B+ deals.     Read Full Article


January 28, 2017 | Security Weekly
RiskSense, the pioneer and market leader in pro-active cyber risk management, announced RiskSense Platform 7.0. The new release includes a Multi-Client Dashboard that enables Managed Security Service Providers (MSSP) to deliver risk management offerings that align a client's vulnerability management priorities to focus on the most serious threats posed to their business operations.     Read Full Article


January 27, 2017 | Help Net Security, Mirko Zorz
RiskSense Platform 7.0 includes a Multi-Client Dashboard that enables Managed Security Service Providers (MSSP) to deliver risk management offerings that align a client’s vulnerability management priorities to focus on the most serious threats posed to their business operations.     Read Full Article


January 26, 2017 | Security Guy Radio
Chuck Harold from Security Guy Radio discusses cyber security, risk management, and the growing attack surface with RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products Torsten George.     Read Full Article


January 23, 2017 | IT World Canada, Howard Solomon
A board should take ultimate responsibility for oversight of their organization's cyber risk and resilience, says a new security toolkit for directors from the World Economic Forum. Issued last week at the annual conference of business and political leaders in Davos, Switzerland, it gives boards another tool to help guide them in stiffening their organization's cyber security.     Read Full Article


January 19, 2017 | CB Insights
Modeling cybersecurity risks is difficult for insurance companies. A growing cyber threat landscape and rising incidence of costly attacks makes it increasingly difficult to offer the right cyber insurance packages at the right premiums. Mark Clancy of The Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. has said that the current state of cyber-risk modeling is like “trying to use the count of arrests for a crime to figure out the dollar losses from theft.” Difficulty modeling risk from cyber threats in the commercial insurance business has created opportunities for a growing number of startups to offer security benchmarking — the industry’s term for comparing the relative security of companies’ networks and systems. Insurance companies can then use these security benchmarking tools to make smarter underwriting decisions around cyber liability. Some startups also provide FICO-like scores around company risk profiles.     Read Full Article


January 18, 2017 | Crain's Silicon Valley, Jonathan Cassell
In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy. In this issue, Crain's Silicon Valley interviews Dr. Srinivas Mukkamala, co-founder and CEO at RiskSense, Inc.     Read Full Article


January 11, 2017 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Cyber-attackers are leveraging automation technology to launch strikes, while many organizations are still using manual efforts to aggregate internal security findings and contextualizing them with external threat information. Using these traditional methods, it can take weeks or months to detect intrusions, during which time attackers can exploit vulnerabilities to compromise systems and extract data. To address these challenges, progressive organizations are exploring the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in their day-to-day cyber risk management operations.     Read Full Article


December 28, 2016 | IT World Canada, Howard Solomon
As cyber security pros look to 2017 there’s no shortage – as in previous years – of predictions that we’re going to see more of the same: More spear phishing attacks, more DDoS attacks, more ransomware, more suspected state-sponsored intrusions…     Read Full Article


December 21, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
For decades, organizations have focused their security efforts on network perimeter defense and how to secure servers, computers, and network equipment. However, in an interconnected world, a “hardware-defined” approach has lost its relevance. As organizations transition to software-defined networks, they need to look beyond the network layer to protect their expanding attack surface and consider: How is the perimeter-less attack surface rendering today’s enterprise security model ineffective? What steps can organizations take to keep up with evolving threats?     Read Full Article


December 20, 2016 | Anti-Corruption Digest
There are many different companies in the security analytics space, each attempting to sift through data in an attempt to help detect potential threats. One such vendor is RiskSense, which is a spin-off from the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and has technology that is already in use by the U.S Department of Defense.     Read Full Article


December 19, 2016 | eWeek, Sean Michael Kerner
Video: Srinivas Mukkamala, CEO and Co-Founder of RiskSense explains his company's technology and approach to looking beyond just threat detection, to help improve security.     Read Full Article


November 30, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Faced with hundreds, thousands, and even hundreds of thousands of vulnerabilities across their IT infrastructures leaves security practitioners at a virtually insurmountable disadvantage. The result is often lengthy dwell times and asynchronous iterations that limit the effectiveness of cyber security programs. This begs the question what is holding us back from prevailing against cyber-attacks. And more importantly, what are emerging approaches that allow organizations to transition from a traditional domain expert model to an interactive, iterative, and collaborative model.     Read Full Article


November 30, 2016 | Albuquerque Journal, Kevin Robinson-Avila
The New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology’s new president, Stephen Wells, hopes to build a “spirit of entrepreneurship” throughout the college campus in Socorro.     Read Full Article


November 21, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Christopher Ortiz
The state's largest college has kicked off an IT apprenticeship program. On Friday, several Albuquerque companies visited Central New Mexico Community College to sign an agreement to participate in the newly established New Mexico Information Technology Apprenticeship Program. CNM was one of 46 organizations nationwide to receive a grant from the Department of Labor’s $175 million American Apprenticeship Grants Initiative. CNM received a nearly $3 million Department of Labor grant.     Read Full Article


November 17, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Christopher Ortiz
From grilling burgers for employees to bringing table tennis and yoga Tuesdays to the office, this year's Best Places to Work finalists understand that a happy employee is a productive employee. The winners were announced at a sold-out red carpet event Thursday at Century Theater Downtown. View the category winners and see how all our finalists ranked in the accompanying slideshow.     Read Full Article


October 27, 2016 | CNET, Laura Hautala
How did hackers find all the net-connected gadgets they used to attack Dyn and knock out your favorite sites? It's as easy as typing in some search terms.     Read Full Article


October 12, 2016 | eSecurity Planet, Phil Britt
Point-of-sale (POS) systems seem to be a growing target for hackers. In early August, security expert Brian Krebs reported on his Krebs on Security site that Oracle's MICROS POS division had suffered a breach in its customer support portal for companies using its point-of-sale card payment systems. Attacks like this and a recent data breach involving Eddie Bauer Stores in the U.S. and Canada are just a few examples of hackers targeting POS systems.     Read Full Article


October 5, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
The use of a Zero Trust model to minimize cyber risk exposure has returned to the spotlight after a report by the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Oversight and Government Reform detailed the events leading up to the sweeping hack of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM). One of the report’s recommendations was for Federal information security efforts to move toward a Zero Trust model, in which users inside a network are treated as no more trustworthy than users outside a network. However, is this alternative approach really an effective measure to minimize cyber risk or does it just create new challenges?     Read Full Article


October 5, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Christopher Ortiz
Movies like "Office Space" and television shows like "The Office" often depict a workplace that might win an award for "worst places to work." But Business First's Best Places to Work finalists are flipping the script on the workplace. We're happy to say that this year's 33 Best Places to Work finalists are nothing like Initech or Dunder Mifflin. Our survey partner, Quantum Workplace, administered anonymous workplace satisfaction surveys of employees at companies that were nominated by the public. The companies that received the highest scores are our Best Places finalists. This year our finalists are divided into four categories: small businesses (10-24 employees), medium businesses (25-49 employees), large businesses (50-249 employees) and extra-large businesses (250-99,999 employees). View the accompanying slideshow to see this year's finalists, listed alphabetically by category. We asked them to send us photos of their team celebrating the news that they are a Best Places to Work finalist, and to be creative.     Read Full Article


October 3, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Marissa Higdon
Recruiters from RiskSense, an Albuquerque-based cyber risk management company, and Rural Sourcing Inc., an Atlanta-based IT outsourcing company which recently opened an office in Albuquerque, had a message for participants at the experienceIT New Mexico conference on Sept. 30.     Read Full Article


October 3, 2016 | DARK Reading, Kelley Sheridan
The Security Innovation Network (SINET) has shared the results of its annual SINET 16 competition created to discover the most innovative cybersecurity companies.     Read Full Article


September 29, 2016 | SC Magazine, Jeremy Seth Davis
The Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) released an update Tuesday for a high-severity security flaw that would allow the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) software, the open source software component that implements Domain Name System (DNS) protocols, to be exploited by remote attackers to launch denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.     Read Full Article


September 29, 2016 | TechTarget - SearchFinancialApplications, Alan R. Earls
The HR department is home to a plethora of employees' sensitive personally identifiable information. Here's how to make sure that valuable information stays safe.     Read Full Article


September 28, 2016 | USA Today, Elizabeth Weise
Both U.S. presidential candidates have vowed to take on the world when it comes to cyber warfare. But full-scale cyber retaliation might be hard to spot and even harder to count as a win.     Read Full Article


September 27, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First
The state of New Mexico provides a number of economic incentives for qualifying New Mexico-based businesses. The incentives are designed with a number of goals in mind, with one theme in common: Expanding the economy in New Mexico and, therefore, providing jobs and opportunities for New Mexicans.     Read Full Article


September 26, 2016 | Albuquerque Journal, Kevin Robinson-Avila
Downtown Albuquerque is ground zero this week for anyone involved in, aspiring to join, or simply curious about New Mexico’s burgeoning technology industry. ExperienceIT, organized by the New Mexico Technology Council, will offer a series of technology-related events and social gatherings starting Tuesday and culminating Friday in an all-day conference and evening walking tour of Downtown technology businesses.     Read Full Article


September 23, 2016 | Academic Spotlight, San Jose State University
More than 30 San Jose State University students, faculty and staff members will share the ways they are using technology to enhance teaching and learning at the Innovation and Collaboration Expo on Oct. 5 and 6, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the Student Union Ballroom. In its third year, the event is open to students, staff and faculty at SJSU. The public and members of other California State University campuses are also invited to attend. The majority of speakers and panelists will be faculty and staff who will share examples of how they have incorporated technology into their teaching to support student success.     Read Full Article


September 23, 2016 | Momentum Partners
Momentum's updated CYBERscape - the most comprehensive mapping of the global Cybersecurity landscape. While Momentum maintains a proprietary database of 1,700+ Cybersecurity companies, the CYBERscape market map includes 474 companies categorized across 22 subsectors.     Read Full Article


September 19, 2016 | Cantech Letter, Nick Waddell
SINET, an organization focused on advancing Cybersecurity innovation through global public-private collaboration, announced today the winners of its annual SINET 16 competition. The companies, which were selected from a pool of 82 applicants and nine different countries, including Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, Norway, Singapore, Sweden and the United Kingdom, represent a range of solution providers who are identifying cutting-edge technologies to address Cybersecurity threats and vulnerabilities.     Read Full Article


September 19, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Marissa Higdon
Artificial intelligence has exciting applications for almost all businesses, especially for startups, says William Yeoh, an assistant professor at New Mexico State University who studies the technology.     Read Full Article


September 15, 2016 | SINET
SINET, an organization focused on advancing Cybersecurity innovation through public-private collaboration, announced today the winners of its annual SINET 16 competition. The companies, which were selected from a pool of 82 applicants from nine different countries, including Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, Norway, Singapore, Sweden and the United Kingdom, represent a range of Cybersecurity solution providers who are identifying cutting-edge technologies to address Cybersecurity threats and vulnerabilities. The selected companies will share their work with buyers, builders, investors and researchers during the SINET Showcase on Nov. 2 – 3, 2016 at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.     Read Full Article


September 15, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Marissa Higdon
A lot of familiar faces will be featured at the New Mexico Technology Council's experienceIT New Mexico Conference on Sept. 27-30. Leaders from large local technology companies are scheduled to give talks and participate in roundtable and networking events. Lavu's newly appointed President, Ohad Jehassi, will speak, and so will RiskSense's Mark Fidel, Boomtime's Bill Bice and R. Terry Dunlay, leader of recently acquired IntelliCyt. And that list isn't even close to exhaustive.     Read Full Article


September 13, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Breaking down silos created by individual security products and streamlining collaboration between security and IT operations remains the biggest cyber risk management challenge facing organizations. This finding is based on feedback from leading security executives during a recent multi-city tour organized by the CISO Executive Network. The biggest concerns for security practitioners in defending against cyber-attacks are centered in three core areas: Identification, Prioritization, and Orchestration of Remediation. Their ultimate stated objective is to operationalize cyber risk management and implement a pro-active, rather than reactive, approach to cyber risk detection, prevention, and response.     Read Full Article


September 12, 2016 | Golden Bridge Awards
See the pictures from the 8th Annual 2016 Annual Bridge Awards gala dinner.     Read Full Article


August 30, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Kevin Townsend
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) published The cost of incidents affecting CIIs – a review ‘of studies concerning the economic impact of cyber-security incidents on critical information infrastructures’. Published this month, it is an analysis of ‘cost of breach’ reports; and it draws some worrying conclusions.     Read Full Article


August 29, 2016 | Albuquerque Journal, Kevin Robinson-Avila
In today’s interconnected cyberworld, effective cybersecurity depends on humans and artificial machine intelligence working together to protect businesses, institutions and communities. That’s the basic premise on which Albuquerque-based cybersecurity firm RiskSense has carved out a rapidly growing niche in the exploding cybersecurity market.     Read Full Article


August 29, 2016 | InformationWeek, Lisa Morgan
IoT devices are entering the workplace in all shapes and sizes, from workers wearing smartwatches to industrial sensors such as soil monitors. The data pouring in may be so overwhelming it's unclear what should be done with it, why, and what the risks might be. Here are a few ways to navigate the maze.     Read Full Article


August 29, 2016 | Albuquerque Journal, Kevin Robinson-Avila
With cyber crime growing exponentially, cybersecurity products and services are emerging as a premier 21st-century industry. As of 2014, a joint report by Intel Security and the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C., estimated that cyber attacks were costing businesses worldwide about $445 billion per year and possibly up to $575 billion. U.S. firms alone were losing $100 billion annually, leading to the loss of about 200,000 jobs a year, according to the report.     Read Full Article


August 26, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Christopher Ortiz
Over the summer more than a dozen New Mexico companies received $2.2 million to create more than 313 jobs, according to a press release. The New Mexico Economic Development Department says the Job Training Incentive Program reported that 16 companies received funding in June and July.     Read Full Article


August 26, 2016 | CIO, Maria Korolov
In the wake of continued security problems, NASA's CIO is sending a no-confidence signal to Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which received a $2.5 billion contract in 2011 to address problems with the agency's outdated and insecure information technology infrastructure.     Read Full Article


August 26, 2016 | IT World, Maria Korolov
In the wake of continued security problems, NASA's CIO is sending a no-confidence signal to Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which received a $2.5 billion contract in 2011 to address problems with the agency's outdated and insecure information technology infrastructure.     Read Full Article


August 26, 2016 | Le Monde Informatique, Maria Korolov
Renee Wynn, DSI de l'agence spatiale américaine, a refusé de signer le contrat « d'autorité pour opérer » à Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Le manque de capacité du fournisseur à assurer une protection suffisante des infrastructures informatiques de la Nasa a pesé lourd dans cette décision pour laquelle HPE a 6 mois afin de corriger le tir.     Read Full Article


August 26, 2016 | TechBeacon, John P. Mello Jr.
While the IPO market for information security companies has been fallow in recent months, startups continue to attract cash. Sure, there's plenty of hype—there always is—but there are some interesting ideas out there, too, ideas that can help slow the daily tattoo of bad news about data breaches and ransomware jackpots for hackers. Here is a baker's dozen of cybersecurity startups worth paying attention to by following them on Twitter.     Read Full Article


August 26, 2016 | CSO, Maria Korolov
In the wake of continued security problems, NASA's CIO is sending a no-confidence signal to Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which received a $2.5 billion contract in 2011 to address problems with the agency's outdated and insecure information technology infrastructure.     Read Full Article


August 25, 2016 | Global University Venturing, Thierry Heles
The spinout of New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology has raised its first funding round led by Paladin Capital Group.     Read Full Article


August 23, 2016 | Security Today
The Security Products New Product of the Year Award is now in its eighth successful year. The award program honors the outstanding product development achievements of security equipment manufacturers whose products are considered particularly noteworthy in their ability to improve security.     Read Full Article


August 22, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Today, even mid-sized organizations are dealing with thousands of vulnerabilities across their growing attack surface. Therefore, relying solely on existing intelligence provided by vulnerability scanners should only be a first step in a cyber risk management process. Without determining the risk associated with vulnerabilities, organizations often misalign remediation efforts and resources. This approach not only wastes time and money, it also extends the window of opportunity for hackers to exploit critical vulnerabilities. This begs the question: what steps are required to focus remediation efforts on the threats that represent the biggest risks to an organization?     Read Full Article


August 18, 2016 | Security Guy Radio
Watch the video from Security Guy Radio that was taken during Black Hat USA 2016 in Las Vegas, in which Vice President of Global Marketing and Product Torsten George talks about how RiskSense helps organizations to reveal their cyber risk exposure, quickly orchestrate remediation, and monitor the results.     Read Full Article


August 16, 2016 | Network World, Tim Greene
RiskSense, software-as-a-service that evaluates the security of corporate networks and generates a risk score, has been self-financed since its launch last year, but now has harnessed venture funding to help boost its R&D and hire marketing and sales staff.     Read Full Article


August 16, 2016 | CIO, Time Greene
RiskSense, software-as-a-service that evaluates the security of corporate networks and generates a risk score, has been self-financed since its launch last year, but now has harnessed venture funding to help boost its R&D and hire marketing and sales staff.     Read Full Article


August 11, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Marissa Higdon
Before they were a part of one of New Mexico’s fastest growing companies, the founders of RiskSense taught cybersecurity at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. Torsten George, vice president of global marketing and products for the company, says the RiskSense began in 2006, as Computational Analysis and Network Enterprise Solutions (CAaNES.) Based on research conducted at New Mexico Tech, CAaNES provided consulting services to groups looking to improve their cybersecurity.     Read Full Article


August 3, 2016 | FINSMES
RiskSense, Inc., an Albuquerque, NM-based pro-active cyber risk management platform, is closing a $7M funding. The round was led by Paladin Capital Group, with participation from Sun Mountain Capital, Epic Ventures, as well as other strategic and private investors. In conjunction with the funding, Paladin Capital Group principal Mourad Yesayan will join RiskSense’s board of directors.     Read Full Article


August 3, 2016 | Tech Rockies
Albuquerque-based RiskSense, which develops cyber risk management software, announced this morning that it has raised $7M in a funding round     Read Full Article


August 3, 2016 | Albuquerque Journal
The Albuquerque-based cybersecurity firm RiskSense closed on a $7 million investment this week from local and out-of-state venture firms to help grow its markets and expand its products.     Read Full Article


August 3, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Marissa Higdon
RiskSense, a cybersecurity company founded as a tech transfer from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, has received $7 million in investment funding, a large sum for the company's first round of outside investment.     Read Full Article


August 3, 2016 | PE Hub Network, Iris Dorbian
RiskSense, a provider of cyber risk management solutions, has raised $7 million in funding. Paladin Capital Group led the round with participation from other investors that included Sun Mountain Capital and EPIC Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Mourad Yesayan, a principal at Paladin Capital, has been added to RiskSense’s board of directors.     Read Full Article


July 26, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Marissa Higdon
RiskSense, one of Albuquerque Business First's fastest-growing companies, works with a lot of industries through its risk management platform, a software that identifies and helps remedy cybersecurity gaps. Eight industries are especially regular users of cybersecurity technology, says Torsten George, vice president of global marketing and products for the company.     Read Full Article


July 15, 2016 | CSO, Kacy Zurkus
When first entering into any field, most of us have our eye on the prize. I wanted to be a talk show host, so I started out as a communications major. I interned at a local news station, and when I saw myself on camera, I immediately determined that I would never again be on screen.     Read Full Article


July 13, 2016 | Intel Security
Intel Security today announced the expansion of its extensive partner ecosystem through the Intel Security Innovation Alliance, welcoming 24 new partners and broadening its portfolio of tightly integrated security solutions. The Intel Security Innovation Alliance leads the way with its innovative open architecture, and more than 150 partners around the world, across 12 global markets.     Read Full Article


July 13, 2016 | CRN UK, Tom Wright
Security vendor adds 24 new vendors to its security alliance, a move it says recognizes that it can't do it all alone     Read Full Article


July 13, 2016 | IT World Canada, Howard Solomon
Infosec pros often find vulnerabilities during a penetration test, but that isn’t a vulnerability assessment. The two shouldn’t be confused, says Torsten George, vice president of marketing and product management at cyber risk management software vendor RiskSense.     Read Full Article


July 13, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Vulnerability assessments are often confused with penetration tests. In fact, the two terms are often used interchangeably, but they are worlds apart. To strengthen an organization’s cyber risk posture, it is essential to not only test for vulnerabilities, but also assess whether vulnerabilities are actually exploitable and what risks they represent. To increase an organization’s resilience against cyber-attacks, it is essential to understand the inter-relationships between vulnerability assessment, penetration test, and a cyber risk analysis.     Read Full Article


July 7, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Juliana Vadnais
New Mexico has still not quite made it out of a recession but we're seeing some bright spots. Since 2013, when Business First revived the Fastest Growing Companies Awards — first called Fast Trackers in the 2000s — the growth and number of honorees has steadily improved. We definitely see this as a good sign. Today, we're revealing our 29 Fastest Growing Companies honorees for 2016. See them all in the accompanying slideshow, listed alphabetically.     Read Full Article


June 23, 2016 | SecurityInfoWatch, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
While politicians and security experts are constantly warning about the risk of cyber-attacks, they rarely, if ever, mention the risks associated with the Internet of Things (IoT). This is especially relevant for medical devices, which are part of the IoT ecosystem and have become a lucrative target for hackers.     Read Full Article


June 22, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Hackers are constantly looking for vulnerabilities they can exploit to gain access to corporate networks, industrial control systems, financial data, and more. One of the best kept secrets in the hacker’s toolkit has become Google Dorking. It can be used to identify vulnerable systems and trace them to a specific place on the Internet. This begs the questions: how does Google Dorking work, what risks are associated with it, and how can organizations minimize their exposure.     Read Full Article


June 22, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Marissa Higdon
RiskSense Inc., an Albuquerque-based cyber risk management company, released a new risk management platform Tuesday. Torsten George, vice president of global marketing and products for the company, says this is just the beginning of a new push for RiskSense.     Read Full Article


June 9, 2016 | DARK Reading, Dr. Srinivas Mukkamala (RiskSense CEO and Co-Founder)
Google Dorking sounds harmless, but it can take your company down. Here's what you need to know to avoid being hacked. Virtually everyone uses Google or other search engines, but what most people don't know is that these search engines can perform advanced queries that are exploited to carry out successful cyberattacks.     Read Full Article


June 1, 2016 | CSO, Kacy Zurkus
There are moments when I am engrossed in an interview that feel very much like Groundhog Day for me. Regardless of the person with whom I am speaking with in the cyber security industry, what I hear is very much the same. Threat intelligence overload, visibility, automation, machine learning, jobs gap. Inevitably, the question that guides the work of most security practitioners is how do we solve these problem?     Read Full Article


June 1, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
To respond to mounting cyber-attacks, advanced persistent threats, and insider leaks, enterprises and government entities need reliable, real time visibility into their IT security posture. Unfortunately, it can take weeks or months to detect intrusions using traditional methods, during which time attackers can exploit vulnerabilities to compromise systems and extract data. To address these challenges, organizations are exploring the use of a military concept called the OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act) Loop in their day-to-day cyber risk management operations.     Read Full Article


May 26, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Rachel Sams
Many businesspeople cut corners on this because they're pressed for time, but making time for it could actually improve your productivity. And your mood. Read on for that and five more things to know for Thursday.     Read Full Article


May 26, 2016 | Morning Brew
Watch the video...     Read Full Article


May 26, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First
Albuquerque Business First held its first-ever Innovation New Mexico Awards. The most accurate description would probably be World’s Fair meets grown-up science fair. Each of our honorees was on hand, displaying their innovative products, processes and services. 30 companies were named Innovation New Mexico honorees.     Read Full Article


May 25, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Candace Beeke
On this, the last day of school for Albuquerque Public Schools students, it seems only fitting to dedicate my column to education and our pursuit of bettering it in New Mexico.     Read Full Article


May 11, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Ransomware is dominating the headlines so far in 2016, having moved from targeting individuals to holding corporate data hostage and extorting payments to decrypt the files. Holding someone or something for ransom is a simple yet effective strategy that has been used by criminals for thousands of years. Today, cyber criminals are applying these ancient techniques to modern technologies. So what do enterprises need to know about ransomware attacks and what can they do to minimize the risk of being victimized?     Read Full Article


April 22, 2016 | Albuquerque Journal
RiskSense, Inc., of Albuquerque has been named a finalist in two categories of the 2016 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards for its innovation and leadership in information security, the company said. RiskSense and the RiskSense Platform were shortlisted in the Most Innovative Cybersecurity Company and Best Vulnerability Management product categories by a panel of security experts as well as a popular vote by the information security community.     Read Full Article


April 13, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
More and more board of directors are mandating that their organizations transition to a pro-active cyber risk management approach that aligns with the company’s business objectives. Why are boards getting nowadays involved in cyber risk management? Traditionally, cyber security has been considered the exclusive domain of...     Read Full Article


April 11, 2016 | Silicon Valley Business Journal
Sheldon Feinland joins RiskSense from Systech Int'l., where he grew revenue more than 300% over a two-year period. At Damballa, he grew revenues by 100% year-over-year; and helped Guidance Software achieve a successful IPO. Feinland is an expert in compliance, security, risk, BI and analytics.     Read Full Article


April 11, 2016 | Silicon Valley Business Journal
Dr. Torsten George has more than 20 years of global and domestic information security experience. He is a frequent speaker and contributor to media outlets on cyber security and risk management topics including data breaches, incident response best practices, and cyber security strategies.     Read Full Article


April 11, 2016 | Silicon Valley Business Journal
Brett Newsome brings 20+ years of financial and operational expertise to RiskSense. Previously, he was CFO for Infrastructure-as-Service providers, Joyent and GoGrid. As VP Finance for UltraDNS, he led the company to successful acquisition by Neustar (NYSE: NSR). Earlier he was with KPMG & Citi.     Read Full Article


April 1, 2016 | Amazines
The event caught the eye of a number of local politicians, who gathered to shake hands at the official unveiling. "I've been to lots of ribbon-cuttings," county executive Rob Astorino was quoted as saying. "This is my first sluice gate." According to an indictment handed down late last week by the U.S. Department of Justice, Hamid Firoozi, a well-known hacker based in Iran, gained access several times in 2013 to the dam's control systems. Had the sluice been fully operational and connected to those systems, Firoozi could have created serious damage.     Read Full Article


April 1, 2016 | Voice of America, Doug Bernard
In 2013, the Westmore News, a small newspaper serving the suburban community of Rye Brook, New York, ran a feature on the opening of a sluice gate at the Bowman Avenue Dam. Costing some $2 million, the new gate, then nearing completion, was designed to lessen flooding downstream.     Read Full Article


March 31, 2016 | MSN, Laura Hautala
A few search terms can lead to an exposed Internet connection. That's apparently how an Iranian hacker accessed a dam in New York state. "Google dorking." It sounds goofy, but it could be just the ticket for a hacker looking to stir mayhem. The search technique is one of several methods that bad guys can use to find vulnerable computer systems and trace them to a specific place on the Internet. All they have to do is type in the right search terms, and they're well on their way.     Read Full Article


March 30, 2016 | CNET, Laura Hautala
"Google dorking." It sounds goofy, but it could be just the ticket for a hacker looking to stir mayhem. The search technique is one of several methods that bad guys can use to find vulnerable computer systems and trace them to a specific place on the Internet. All they have to do is type in the right search terms, and they're well on their way.     Read Full Article


March 25, 2016 | Albuquerque Journal
The New Mexico Economic Development Department’s Job Training Incentive Program board approved more than $900,000 in training funds for nine companies in March. The funds are tied to the creation of 47 jobs, according to a news release from the state.     Read Full Article


March 23, 2016 | Finyear
RiskSense Inc. announced Brett Newsome joins as chief financial officer. Previously, Brett served as chief financial officer for Infrastructure-as-Service providers, Joyent and GoGrid. Newsome also served as vice president of finance for UltraDNS. He also held leadership roles with KPMG and Citi.     Read Full Article


March 22, 2016 | Albuquerque Journal, Ellen Marks
About 70 percent of the state’s spending on economic development goes to large rather than small businesses, even though less than half of those employed in New Mexico work at large companies, according to a report released this month.     Read Full Article


March 16, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Many organizations take a manual approach to vulnerability management. Instead of relying on automated systems, IT practitioners test and validate new patches prior to deploying them in production environments. However, in today’s dynamic threat landscape there are thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of vulnerabilities discovered in typical organizations.     Read Full Article


March 10, 2016 | DARK Reading
Industry luminary brings deep industry expertise to cyber risk management innovator     Read Full Article


March 9, 2016 | Cyber Defense Magazine, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
In light of last year’s massive data breaches at the United States Office of Personnel Management, Anthem, BlueCross BlueShield, and Army National Guard, the need to protect networks is more urgent than ever. While companies spend huge sums of money every year to maintain a security perimeter designed to fend off cyber and insider threats, daily reports of new data breaches are raising doubts about the effectiveness of these investments.     Read Full Article


March 9, 2016 | Private Company Director
RiskSense, Inc., the pioneer and market leader in pro-active cyber risk management solutions, announced the appointment of John N. Stewart, as an independent director of the company, effective immediately, according to a Business Wire press release.     Read Full Article


March 8, 2016 | MediaPost, Amy Corr
RiskSense hired Brett Newsome as chief financial officer, Sheldon Feinland as vice president of global sales and Torsten George as vice president of global marketing and products.     Read Full Article


March 4, 2016 | Manufacturing Mirror
RiskSense Inc. has just opened a new office in tech hub Sunnyvale, California ' which will support the engineering team that will continue to operate out of its worldwide headquarters in Albuquerque.     Read Full Article


March 1, 2016 | CSO, Maria Korolov
The U.S. Senate recently proposed a cybersecurity disclosure bill that would require public companies to describe what cybersecurity expertise their boards have, or, if they don't have any, what steps the companies are taking to get some expertise onto their boards.     Read Full Article


March 1, 2016 | CIO
that would require public companies to describe what cybersecurity expertise their boards have, or, if they don't have any, what steps the companies are taking to get some expertise onto their boards.     Read Full Article


February 29, 2016 | Silicon 66 Blog, Robert Ingram
RiskSense co-founder Mark Fidel recently made the case for Albuquerque as a future tech hub and, specifically, as a center for cybersecurity. Citing the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and the resources that new entrepreneurs have access to from the state, Fidel said “I think [Albuquerque] has a very strong future for becoming a hub for tech.”     Read Full Article


February 29, 2016 | Cyber Defense Magazine
The winners are...     Read Full Article


February 29, 2016 | Cyber Defense Magazine, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
In light of last year’s massive data breaches at the United States Office of Personnel Management, Anthem, BlueCross BlueShield, and Army National Guard, the need to protect networks is more urgent than ever. While companies spend huge sums of money every year to maintain a security perimeter designed to fend off cyber and insider threats, daily reports of new data breaches are raising doubts about the effectiveness of these investments.     Read Full Article


February 25, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Black Driver
Albuquerque cybersecurity company RiskSense Inc. made news this week, announcing an expansion to tech hub Sunnyvale, California. The firm is also hiring three new executives to its management team — all developments that support the emerging idea that Albuquerque could become a cybersecurity hub. Mark Fidel, RiskSense’s co-founder and recently titled head of corporate development, certainly thinks so.     Read Full Article


February 24, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Black Driver
As Apple dukes it out with the FBI over cybersecurity issues, one local leader in the industry is expanding — all the way to Silicon Valley. RiskSense Inc. has just opened a new office in tech hub Sunnyvale, California, where the Albuquerque company’s satellite team of marketing, product management and financial staff will focus on corporate marketing, market and consumer research, product positioning and remote product development — all in conjunction with the engineering team that will continue to operate out of its worldwide headquarters in Albuquerque.     Read Full Article


February 24, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Metrics are tied to the performance of information security professionals - vulnerability close rates, timelines, and criticality ratings. However, when used properly, security metrics can provide so much more. Enabling organizations to take a pro-active rather than tactical, reactive security posture. Many security operations teams are still grappling with how they can leverage security metrics to implement a predictive approach to security to minimize the risk of cyber-attacks and insider threats.     Read Full Article


February 24, 2016 | Silicon Valley Business Journal, Black Driver
As Apple dukes it out with the FBI over cybersecurity issues, one local leader in the industry is expanding — all the way to Silicon Valley. RiskSense Inc. has just opened a new office in tech hub Sunnyvale where the Albuquerque company’s satellite team of marketing, product management and financial staff will focus on corporate marketing, market and consumer research, product positioning and remote product development — all in conjunction with the engineering team that will continue to operate out of its worldwide headquarters in Albuquerque.     Read Full Article


February 22, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Black Driver
The Albuquerque City Council approved a number of economic measures en masse during last week’s meeting. One of the measures was a three-year, $300,000 contract to expand Albuquerque Economic Development’s "Existing Business Development" program, which assists local companies with expansion efforts.     Read Full Article


February 22, 2016 | Tech Rockies
Albuquerque, New Mexico-based RiskSense, a provider of cyber risk management software-as-a-service, said today that it has named three executives.     Read Full Article


February 22, 2016 | Tom's Guide, Sue Marquette Poremba
Smart devices you use every day, such as Internet-connected televisions, cars, refrigerators, thermostats and bathroom scales, could increase your risk of becoming a victim of cybercrime. Sounds scary, but it's not surprising to many information-security experts.     Read Full Article


February 11, 2016 | CRN Australia, Brendon Foye
Details on each company and their innovations can be found on Cybersecurity Venture's website.     Read Full Article


February 11, 2016 | CyberSecurity Excellence Awards
RiskSense company profile...     Read Full Article


February 3, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Threat intelligence has received a lot of attention from the industry, ranging from vendors expanding their product portfolios and venture capitalists funding new start-ups to end user organizations looking for insights into advanced cyber-attacks that aren’t available from traditional perimeter defense tools. However, threat intelligence in and of itself is just another data source that adds to the complexity and velocity of having to analyze data in a manual fashion.     Read Full Article


January 29, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Rachel Sams
It's not because of the Super Bowl (although there's that, too.) It's not even because they'll still be talking about our amazing Book of Lists party last night (although they will.). Read on for the productivity killer and five more things you need to know today.     Read Full Article


January 28, 2016 | TechNewWorld, John P. Mello Jr.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration last week took a step toward addressing the threat the Internet of Things poses to patients and their data by releasing some proposed guidelines for managing cybersecurity in medical devices.     Read Full Article


January 21, 2016 | Las Cruces Bulletin
The following is the prepared text of the State of the State Address delivered by Governor Susana Martinez from the chamber of the New Mexico House of Representatives on January 19, 2016:     Read Full Article


January 19, 2016 | KOAT Channel 7
Lieutenant Governor; Senate President Pro Tempore; Mr. Speaker; Democrat and Republican leaders; esteemed members of the New Mexico Legislature; Congresswoman Michelle Lujan-Grisham; Congressman Steve Pearce; honorable members of the judiciary; former New Mexico governors; tribal governors; Archbishop John Wester; distinguished guests; the State’s first gentleman, my husband, Chuck Franco; the State’s first newlyweds – Carlo and Tara; my sister, Lettie; and, my fellow New Mexicans.     Read Full Article


January 15, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Black Driver
There’s been a hefty amount of talk about failure in the entrepreneurial community lately. A good portion of it came out at “Fail Night,” the inaugural event in a new monthly speaker series called “ABQ Entrepreneurial Happy Hour,” where prominent business leaders got on stage at Tractor Brewing’s Wells Park location to talk about failure.     Read Full Article


January 11, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Stephanie Guzman
It was a busy year for Ray Smith. As Albuquerque Economic Development’s chairman of the board and being president of Klinger Constructors LLC, Smith was wrapped up in several projects in 2015. AED brought in a number of new businesses to the metro area, including Rural Sourcing, Alorica, Flagship Foods and National American University, among others.     Read Full Article


January 8, 2016 | Albuquerque Journal, Kevin Robinson-Avila
A few brave entrepreneurs shared some of their business failures Thursday night with more than 100 people at Tractor Brewery Downtown.     Read Full Article


January 4, 2016 | Albuquerque Business First, Black Driver
Organizers want to help entrepreneurs learn from other successful people’s mistakes, so they’re launching their very first ABQ Entrepreneurial Happy Hour speaker series with “Fail Night.” Four presenters will share a story about an endeavor — from whole companies to a business strategy ­— they’ve failed at, as well as the lessons they learned from it.     Read Full Article


January 3, 2016 | SecurityWeek, Torsten George (RiskSense VP Global Marketing and Products)
Threat intelligence has received a lot of attention from the industry, ranging from vendors expanding their product portfolios and venture capitalists funding new start-ups to end user organizations looking for insights into advanced cyber-attacks that aren’t available from traditional perimeter defense tools. However, threat intelligence in and of itself is just another data source that adds to the complexity and velocity of having to analyze data in a manual fashion.     Read Full Article



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