Intelligent CISO Issue 16 - Page 9

news AWS announces general availability of AWS Security Hub on industry standards and best practices, helping to identify specific accounts and resources that require attention. AWS Security Hub brings all of this information together in one place, providing a comprehensive view of a customer’s overall security and compliance status visually summarised on integrated dashboards with actionable graphs and tables. mazon Web Services, an company, has announced the general availability of AWS Security Hub, a service that gives customers a central place to manage security and compliance across an AWS environment. AWS Security Hub aggregates, organises and prioritises A security alerts – called findings – from AWS services such as Amazon GuardDuty, Amazon Inspector and Amazon Macie, and from a large and growing list of AWS Partner Network (APN) solutions. Customers can also run automated, continuous compliance checks based There are no upfront commitments required to use AWS Security Hub and customers pay only for the compliance checks performed and security findings. “AWS Security Hub is the glue that connects what AWS and our security partners do to help customers manage and reduce risk,” said Dan Plastina, Vice President for External Security Services at AWS. BT ENHANCES ITS CYBER CAPABILITIES IN EUROPE T has announced the opening of a new Cyber Security Operations Centre (Cyber SOC) in Paris, as well as upgraded facilities, new customer solutions and recruitment at its existing SOCs in Madrid and Frankfurt. These new investments in its cybersecurity capabilities in Europe further enhance BT’s position as a leading provider of security services in the region and globally. B BT’s global network of Security Operations Centres and 3,000 security specialists protect BT against 125,000 cyberattacks per month, while offering solutions to consumers, governments and businesses, including some of the world’s best-known brands. Customers will benefit from real-time intelligence sharing across BT’s global | Issue 16 network of SOCs, coupled with in- country capabilities such as support in local languages and compliance with data protection regulation. The Paris Cyber SOC will provide advanced incident detection, threat intelligence, orchestration and automation services. It has also been specifically designed to meet both PDIS and European NIS Directive requirements, which would allow BT to qualify as a ‘Security Incident Detection Service’ provider. Under French law, organisations that manage Critical National Infrastructure can only contract with security providers that have the PDIS certification, and BT is currently going through the qualification process. 9