Cognitive Security Key to Addressing Intelligence and Accuracy Gaps

“Security analysts are expensive resources. In many organizations, they are overwhelmed with work. Alerts are triaged so that only the most serious get worked. Many alerts don’t get worked at all. That means that some security incidents are never investigated, leaving gaps in threat detection.” — Joseph Blankenship, Senior Analyst at Forrester Research

According to a recent report by IBM’s Institute for Business Value (IBV) titled “Cybersecurity in the Cognitive Era: Priming Your Digital Immune System,” security leaders hope to employ cognitive solutions to address a speed gap, an intelligence gap and an accuracy gap when it comes to their ability to detect, analyze, respond to and recover from security incidents. Continue reading at SecurityIntelligence.com