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Learn more about the results from the latest IBM X-Force report. We speak with IBM's vice president of security strategy, Kris Lovejoy.
IBM's X-Force tracks cyber threats. We get an update on threats so far this year
What operating system has the more serious vulnerabilities?
NSF awards million dollar cyber grants
Imagine a 10-mile commute that takes 2 hours. In some places around the world, it really exists.
Read more of the blog post from IBM's Senior VP and Global CIO.
Facebook 'hilarious video' malware notsofunny, IBM Distributes Malware At Security Conference
The online project took an innovative approach to engaging stakeholders from all walks of life and getting fresh and realistic ideas about security onto the table. Liam Cleaver, the global program director in IBM's Jam Program Office, explains the event.
A new partership between the FAA and IBM is designed to keep the Federal Aviation Administration safe from cyberattacks. The agency and the company are working together on a new approach that uses streaming analytics to watch for abnormal activity in the system. IBM U.S. Federal CTO Dave McQueeney tells Federal News Radio that the new approach is different from the current technique of taking a sample of data as it comes into the system -- possibly slowing response time. McQueeney says the new system will learn the patterns of normal behavior and then learn patterns of suspicious behavior.