The cybersecurity headlines have gotten bigger, bolder, and more prevalent as 2014 draws to a close. Not surprisingly, as a result of these costly cyber incidents, there has been much discussion about how to prevent—how to detect—and how to prepare for cyber attacks, including my recent article in InformationWeek’s Wall Street & Technology: "5 Tips On How To Prepare For A Data Breach."
A former FBI director is famous for saying that there are two types of companies: those that have been hacked, and those that will be. One of the rewards of working on scale-out storage for mission critical environments is that you get to work on solutions that make a difference—to national security, to financial markets, to our economy. Today we are pleased to announce Quantum’s partnership with FireEye in the area of network forensics—a critical component of any modern organization’s security operations.
Recent news reports have shined a big bright light on some very public cybersecurity breaches. And more organizations are asking: Could this happen to me? Am I doing enough to protect my business from a breach? Have I already been hacked—and I just don’t know it yet? There is a growing sense that a cyber attack is inevitable—a sense that traditional signature-based defenses are insufficient. As a result, organizations are increasingly adopting next-generation security solutions— that will help them to detect, investigate, and resolve the inevitable cyber attack.