Tap behavioural analytics to curb breaches: Experts

Team8 CEO Nadav Zafrir (left) and IronNet Cybersecurity CEO Keith Alexander are expert panellists on a new committee that will draw up plans to deal with "next-generation cyberthreats" in the telecoms sector.
Team8 CEO Nadav Zafrir (above) and IronNet Cybersecurity CEO Keith Alexander are expert panellists on a new committee that will draw up plans to deal with "next-generation cyberthreats" in the telecoms sector.ST PHOTO: KHALID BABA
Team8 CEO Nadav Zafrir (left) and IronNet Cybersecurity CEO Keith Alexander are expert panellists on a new committee that will draw up plans to deal with "next-generation cyberthreats" in the telecoms sector.
Team8 CEO Nadav Zafrir and IronNet Cybersecurity CEO Keith Alexander (above) are expert panellists on a new committee that will draw up plans to deal with "next-generation cyberthreats" in the telecoms sector.ST PHOTO: KHALID BABA

Countries around the world, including Singapore, need to do better in cyber security by using behavioural analytics and having leaders take ownership of it, urged international experts.

Speaking to The Straits Times yesterday, Mr Keith Alexander from IronNet Cybersecurity and Mr Nadav Zafrir from Team8 also commented on Singapore's response to the SingHealth data breach last year, the country's worst cyber attack ever.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 26, 2019, with the headline 'Tap behavioural analytics to curb breaches: Experts'. Print Edition | Subscribe