Enterprises and their Security Operations Centers (SOCs) are under siege. Security events are being triggered from all corners of the security stack – from the firewall, endpoints, and servers, from intrusion detection systems and other security solutions. What’s more is that security teams do not have enough people or hours in a day to analyze the alerts that are coming in, and most ‘security events’ don’t even imply an attack in progress. They often are simply sharing information (failed connections, for example) or are what we call ‘false positives’ (when a solution thinks it has found a specific vulnerability, but in… This story continues at The Next Web
The Match Group already owns Tinder, OKCupid, and of course, Match, and now that the company has acquired a 51 percent stake in Hinge, it's added to its ever-growing portfolio of dating apps.
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Ever had something that you didn’t want to move from the place it was at? Terrific – good writing is all about shared experience. Yes, lovely reader, yes, today we’re talking about and reviewing the Stilla, a bluetooth motion alarm that lets you know when the thing you put it on is moving so it doesn’t move further than you want it to. Simple, yeah? We got hold of one to try it out. Using the Stilla is simple. You download the app, pair the device with your phone and then arm it. When the device is moved, your phone… This story continues at The Next Web