IBM upgrades Cloud Pak for Security with new Data Security Capabilities for Cloud


IBM has now rolled out a new set of capabilities to data security solution for its Cloud Pak for Security platform to protect against threats across the hybrid cloud environments. 

The Cloud Pak will now include new data sources, services, and integrations that allow security operations teams to manage the full threat lifecycle from a single dashboard. The security platform streamlines threat management across hybrid cloud environments and disparate security tools with the help of AI and automation 

Executive Opinion

Justin Youngblood, Vice President, IBM Security, said, "Complexity is the greatest challenge facing our industry, forcing resource-strapped security teams to manually connect the dots between disparate tools and sources of security data. Cloud Pak for Security is built on open, cloud-native technologies from the ground up to connect any tool within the security ecosystem. With these updates, we will be the first in the industry to bring together external threat intelligence and threat management alongside data security and identity, helping organizations to modernize their security operations and create the foundation for a zero-trust security strategy."

New Capabilities at IBM Cloud Pak for Security Platform

IBM has introduced a new set of capabilities to advance the Cloud Pak for Security even further, which includes:

Coordinated Threat Response + Data Security: IBM is introducing the capability to provide security teams with visibility into compliance, data activity, and risk without needing to leave their primary response platform.

Access to Industry-Leading Threat Intelligence: Cloud Pak for Security is expanding its collection of threat intelligence, which will help customers to detect early warning signs of active threat campaigns impacting companies worldwide.

Dedicated Services and Support: IBM is launching a new dedicated security service to help organizations modernize their security operations with the help of Cloud Pak for Security, using a holistic approach connecting products and services.

As per the IBM Cost of Data Breach Report, the average cost of a data breach in 2020 for the Indian companies increased 9.4% year on year to an average of INR 140 million.

Apart from that, the platform will offer users access to six threats intelligence feeds, 25 pre-built connections to IBM, 165 case management integrations, and third-party data sources, all of which will be connected via an AI to prioritize threats and automation playbooks to streamline response actions for the security teams, notes the announcement.
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