“Hello World!” – the CardinalOps Coming Out Party!
We are thrilled to finally be able to share the story of what we’ve been working on for nearly a year. The story of how CardinalOps was founded.
CardinalOps Introduces Industry’s First Threat Coverage Optimization Platform
[January 20, 2020, 8:00am Pacific Standard Time, USA]
Security Engineering: The Next Application for AI-Powered Automation
We’re excited to announce our investment in cybersecurity startup CardinalOps, led by successful serial entrepreneurs Michael Mumcuoglu and Yair Manor. With this new company, they are applying AI-based analytics and automation to a relatively unaddressed
Applying AI and Automation to a Surprisingly Unaddressed Security Function
In the cybersecurity market, we’ve seen fairly dramatic innovation over the past decade related to AI-based technologies–with much of that technology applied towards threat-detection techniques. Literally hundreds of startups have been funded in areas including
Security Products: Missing the ‘Out of Box’ Experience
What do firewalls, SIEM, SOAR, and many other cyber security products all have in common? Apart from the obvious answer, that they all protect enterprises against threats one way or the other, I see one
Hats Off to MITRE ATT&CK For Continuously Improving the Framework!
HATS OFF to MITRE ATT&CK for not only establishing the industry’s best and most comprehensive framework to measure #threatdetection coverage, but also keep raising the bar by continuously improving it. #respect #gratitude See their recent pair of articles by José Luis Rodríguez
McKinsey Forecasts Rapid Growth in Security Automation Investments
COVID-19 crisis shifts #cybersecurity priorities and budgets. In addition to allowing employees to access the corporate network from home, this McKinsey & Company article, reviewing some of the top impacts and spending hot spots, indicates that in 2021 #CISOs will continue
It is Time to Mend Our SOCs…and Fix Their Growing Security Holes.
What about our SOCs? Despite hefty investments in cybersecurity and Security Operations Centers (SOCs), we face a widening gap between the perceived and actual threat coverage provided by these investments.