Today, at the RSA Conference, IBM announced new security products and services, in response to recent studies from the IBM X-Force security research group revealing that criminal organizations around the globe are developing new attack techniques with alarming speed.
Today’s WSJ reported cyber attacks in the pentagon’s $300B Joint Strike Fighter project and the Air Force’s air traffic control system. The F35 Lightning II fighter program reportedly lost several TB of data (1 terabyte (TB) equals 1000000000000 bytes )related to design and electronics systems used for defense of the plane.
Today’s engineering projects are increasingly deploying more collaborative business models to drive innovation and cycle time. They take advantage of new infrastructures like cloud computing, virtualization and Web 2.0 which provide great advantage but also introduce new risk.
announcement at the RSA conference, coupled with an already strong security portfolio puts IBM in a unique position to protect the world’s critical assests.