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IBM teams up to fight cyber crime on cloud

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IBM Cisco cyber crimeIBM and another tech giant, Cisco, have announced that they’re joining up some of their security products and services to help organizations identify and weed out threats faster.

Cisco security solutions will be integrated with the IBM Cognitive Security Operations Platform, which will help organizations secure their data from the network into the cloud, and with IBM QRadar, which will enable building security applications. Apps will be available on the IBM Security App Exchange.

The two companies will also integrate the IBM Resilient Incident Response Platform with the Cisco Threat Grid, giving security teams data about malware, breaches or other cyber crime quickly.

“With Cisco joining our immune system of defense, joint customers will greatly expand their ability to enhance their use of cognitive technologies like IBM Watson for Cybersecurity,” said Marc van Zadelhoff, general manager, IBM Security.

For more about how IBM is collaborating to battle cyber crime, read Computer Business Review‘s full article.

 

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