Ian Murphy

/Ian Murphy

About Ian Murphy

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Ian Murphy has created 33 blog entries.

IBM QRadar targets bad user behaviour

By | 27 July 2016|Analytics, IT operations and system management, Security|

In December 2015 IBM opened up its security analytics platform IBM Security QRadar. The goal was to encourage customers, developers and third-parties to build custom applications to take advantage of the platform. It also announced the IBM Security App Exchange where companies could create, share and get new applications based on IBM's security technologies. The [...]

CIC Security Briefing Note: IBM delivers Dynamic Security for Hybrid Cloud

By | 12 November 2014|Analysis, Cloud, Security, Software Security|

Over the last few years, IBM has invested heavily in rebuilding its security products. It has made a lot of point acquisitions to address perceived weaknesses in their product portfolio and aligned many of its internal tools to ensure a coherent product strategy. IBM makes a play for delivering a unified architecture, platform, security tools [...]

CIC Security Briefing Note: Without the right help, the CISO will not secure the enterprise

By | 12 November 2014|Analysis, Security, Software Security|

Regular surveys of C-Suite executives around the world consistently show that information security is among their top three concerns. This is hardly surprising. The rising tide of compliance and privacy legislation bringing in potentially crippling fines, customers willing to launch class-action lawsuits and the impact on businesses of a trashed reputation mean that companies can [...]

IBM returning to its roots with sale of x86 division to Lenovo complete

By | 9 October 2014|Analysis, Platforms and Operating Systems|

Back on 8th September 2014, I attended the IBM Systems and Technology Group Analyst Insights conference in Old Greenwich, Connecticut. This is IBM's annual opportunity to lay out where it sees the future for STG. One of the reasons that made this year especially important, is that it was the last one before the entire x86 [...]

IBM Watson accelerates medical research

By | 9 October 2014|Analysis|

A few weeks ago, I was at the IBM Systems and Technology Group Analyst Insights conference in Old Greenwich, Connecticut. This is IBM's annual opportunity to lay out where it sees the future for STG. As part of the visit, analysts were given an opportunity to meet with a number of the Watson engineers at [...]