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Recorded Future’s Allan Liska: Threat Intelligence, Machine Learning Could Help Agencies Address Cyber Risks

Allan Liska, an intelligence analyst at Somerville, Mass.-based network security firm Recorded Future, has said government agencies should leverage threat intelligence to help protect their systems and networks from cyber threats.

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Akamai’s Patrick Sullivan: DevOps, Agile Methods Could Help Agencies Stay Ahead of Cyber Vulnerabilities

Patrick Sullivan, senior director of global security strategy at Akamai Technologies (Nasdaq: AKAM), has said agencies that aim to eliminate cyber vulnerabilities should use DevOps and agile methods. “Agencies need to be extremely agile to stay ahead of vulnerabilities, and as they move to models that are heavily based on …

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HPE’s Tammy Torbert: Agencies Should Adopt Next-Gen SIEM Tools to Facilitate Cyber Threat Analysis

Tammy Torbert, world wide solutions architect of federal at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE), has said government agencies should implement next-generation security incident and event management platforms that work to facilitate cyber threat monitoring and analysis amid growth in data stores. Torbert wrote that SIEM is a suite of services …

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Gigamon’s Dennis Reilly: Agencies Should Deploy Cyber Tools That Offer ’Pervasive’ Network Visibility

Dennis Reilly, vice president of federal sales at network visibility platforms provider Gigamon (NYSE: GIMO), has said government agencies should adopt cybersecurity platforms that work to provide “pervasive visibility” into data across all networks in order to prevent data breaches. Reilly wrote that advanced persistent threat actors use a six-stage …

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