CyberSponse, Inc.
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About Us
Founded:
2011
Company Size:
11-50 employees
Company Type:
Private
Location:
Arlington, VA
Website:
CyberSponse Incorporated, a global leader in cyber security automation & orchestration, helps accelerate an organization’s processes, security operations teams and incident responders. The CyberSponse platform enables organizations to seamlessly integrate, automate and playbook their security ...
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CyberSponse Swags RSA – Is it worth it?
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CyberSecurity from the Inside Out
Through extensive research and technological development, the guidelines for trustworthy cybersecurity operations have evolved. Secure systems were advanced and provide capabilities, functions, services, and operations to prevent a wide range of disruptions, threats, and other hazards. Simultaneously, hacking techniques and tools are progressing as well. And from all the breaches that keep occurring it is obvious that cyber offense is still one step ahead of defense… Here are some key fac ...
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SEVEN UN-WONDERS OF INCIDENT RESPONSE
Today there is an exponential rise in the number in attacks on the US Government and Commercial enterprise networks. These events have executives more proactive than previous years when it comes to their opinions of cyber security countermeasures. Firewalls, antivirus, IPS, IDS, are expected to assist with defending against threats but with the advancement of malware and other APT’s, these tools simply will not prevent you from a likely intrusion. It is not if, it’s when. When your n ...
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Better Safe than Sorry
We hear about cybersecurity attacks in the news all the time. We know they exist in our daily lives and some people fear them but how dangerous are they? Many studies show that more than half of organizations lack the capability to gather data from across their own environment or coordinate centralized alerts to the business about suspicious activity. So how many organizations actually have incident response plans? Or how many do not have a plan for attacks like this?  The numbers might sho ...
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SOC(K)? You Mean For Your Feet?
We all know socks are comfy. We wear them with shoes. What about the other SOC, the one for your business and information security. This post is about the Security Operation Center (SOC) and how to develop it successfully. What is a “SOC”? Most probably it is in the basement of your company and you have no idea what even goes on down there. Security operations center consists of a highly organized and highly well-trained team. Its objective is to always preserve and improve company&r ...
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How To Become a Kick-Ass CISO
How To Become a Kick-Ass CISO Well, you did it! You did everything you can to go after that Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) role you have always wanted. You built your network, maintained your training, and logged in countless hours in the other information security role. You are ready to rock! Board members and business executives will tell you the same thing, expectations when choosing the next CISO are very high. Why is that? Most senior management expects the CISO to have one eye a ...
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How can an Incident Response Plan Improve Cybersecurity?
How can an Incident Response Plan Improve Cybersecurity? Cybersecurity has been a headline recently more than ever. Why may you wonder? Currently, a major part of our society’s progress is developing hand in hand with technology and data. With that being said we are becoming more vulnerable in digital space. Hackers have gained ground and are one step forward in cyber offensive operations. As a result, organizations and companies are more often victims of a data breach. The damage of a c ...
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The Difference between the Security Operations Center (SOC) & Network Operations Center (NOC)
The Difference between the Security Operations Center (SOC) & Network Operations Center (NOC) Work in cybersecurity field is full of surprises every day. In information security, just as on a football field, if you do not understand formations, play calling, and tendencies of your opponents, then you will not be able to understand the risks your organization is facing. Even after all the recent data breaches and successful hacking attacks, many companies and organizations still disregard ma ...
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The Different between the Security Operations Center (SOC) & Network Operations Center (NOC)
The Different between the Security Operations Center (SOC) & Network Operations Center (NOC) Work in cybersecurity field is full of surprises every day. In information security, just as on a football field, if you do not understand formations, play calling, and tendencies of your opponents, then you will not be able to understand the risks your organization is facing. Even after all the recent data breaches and successful hacking attacks, many companies and organizations still disregard maj ...
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The Mystery Behind CyberSponse’s Last Day at RSA
The Mystery Behind CyberSponse’s Last Day at RSA No need to call the gang from Mystery Inc.!! Our post today is here to give you answers to the mystery that everyone is trying to figure out.The mystery of why CyberSponse was not there on the last day of RSA. The RSA show this year has attracted the biggest crowd of vendors and attendees since its beginning. Especially, it was a fascinating and exciting time for companies in the security automation and orchestration space. CyberSponse&rsqu ...
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Incident Response Automation and Orchestration is on Fire!
Incident Response Automation and Orchestration is on Fire! Incidents are the first indication that there is a problem in the network. They are often precursors to a much more serious disaster, if not responded accordingly. If the incident response (IR) is not planned and executed effectively, the results can be catastrophic. When an incident occurs, it means something out of the “norm” has happened. Regarding of its severity, an incident can be defined as any event that, if unaddress ...

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