Tag Archives: Agile Risk Intelligence

Five Architectural Requirements for an Agile Vulnerability Intelligence Platform

admin    January 24, 2013

This is the third post in a three-part series on Agile Risk Intelligence. The complete Agile Risk Intelligence e-book is now available. With vulnerability scanners deployed across the stack and the organization, security managers are swimming in data, but struggling to make sense of it. As I blogged about previously, current approaches lack the context and global visibility to deliver meaningful insight…. Read more »

Instinct to Insight: Five Gaps in Agile Risk Responsiveness

admin    January 17, 2013

This is the second post in a three-part series on Agile Risk Intelligence. The complete Agile Risk Intelligence e-book is now available. The thump from the far corner of the house reaches a mother’s ears. Before she is even aware of it, her subconscious begins to instinctively collect, correlate and process additional information.  Honed by millions of years of evolution and fine tuned… Read more »

The Case for Agile Risk Intelligence

admin    January 10, 2013

This is the first post in a three-part series on Agile Risk Intelligence. The complete Agile Risk Intelligence e-book is now available. Security executives have always embraced the challenging task of protecting the organizations’ users and assets. It’s a thankless job against a faceless enemy, but that’s always been part of the deal. However, today it seems like the objective… Read more »