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A Better Way to Budget for SIEM Services During Times of Rapid Growth

Ensuring their organisation’s IT infrastructure remains secure at all times is a juggling act for most chief information security officers (CISOs). On one hand they want to invest in the most effective tools, but on the other they recognise a…

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IWD 2020 Interview: LogRhythm’s Joanne Wong & Ping Identity’s Vivienne Horsfall

As a celebration of International Women’s Day, we’re running a series of interviews with women in technology. LogRhythm’s APJ vice president of marketing Joanne Wong and Ping Identity A/NZ marketing manager Vivienne Horsfall share their thoughts.

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The Winners of the 2020 SC Awards Honored in the U.S.

The LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform won the 2020 SC Award for “Best SIEM Solution.” LogRhythm’s singular focus on security has paid off with a platform that it is easy to adopt – as much as three times faster than with…

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MarTech Interview with Cindy Zhou, CMO at LogRhythm

In this Q&A, LogRhythm’s CMO Cindy Zhou shares why she decided to join LogRhythm, her go-to marketing tools, and her experiences as a female CMO in technology.

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Voter Data of Every Israeli Citizen Leaked by Election Management Site

James Carder, Chief Security Officer & Vice President of LogRhythm, expanded on why attacks on exactly this sort of voter registry information are part of a dangerous trend: “It is worrisome that an app developed specifically for elections did not have…

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Voter Data of Every Israeli Citizen Leaked by Election Management Site

While most of the attention of international media was on the voting snafus in the Iowa Democratic caucus earlier this month, a much more serious incident was developing in Israel. The registration data of all of Israel’s 6.5 million voters…

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49 Million User Records Leaked From US Data Broker LimeLeads – Experts Reactions

Data from an exposed LimeLeads Elasticsearch server has ended up on a hacking forum, being sold by a well-known individual on underground hacking forums named Omnichorus…

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US Troops Deploying to the Middle East Told to Leave Personal Devices at Home

LogRhythm’s Mark Waggoner and other military veterans put the Army’s ban on personal devices into context based on their military experience and cyber-security knowledge and to explain the realistic threats US troops might be facing in a modern theater of…

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Nine Cybersecurity Metrics Every CEO Should Track

Discover nine metrics that can provide a starting point for CEOs wanting to better understand the state of their organizations’ security operations…

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173M stolen Zynga account credentials find their way online

Nearly 173 million user records stolen from online games maker Zynga Inc. have found their way online…

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15 Pieces Of Advice To Help New Tech Leaders Master Delegation

15 members of Forbes Technology Council offer their advice to help tech leaders start delegating effectively…

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LogRhythm’s 2020 Technology Predictions

Digital Journal caught up with James Carder, CSO and VP of LogRhythm Labs, to find out more about the big technology issues that will shape 2020…

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