In his recent post for Techspective.net, Rob Enderle, a technology analyst who has worked with several tech companies – including IBM – said the Big Blue is “the only enterprise security superhero” after it unveiled the new QRadar Security Suite and IBM Cloud for Financial Services. 

He began by saying how he had been into superheroes when he was still a kid, citing his favorites, Dr. Fate – an average human being with a magical helmet that provides him both superpowers and a magical, knowledgeable assistant, and Batman, who he noted is surrounded by advanced computing capabilities with “more focus on security than anyone else.”

“IBM’s security approach, particularly with financial institutions, stands out as uniquely powerful and comprehensive, making it a Security Superhero in my book,” Enderle wrote. 

Last week, IBM unveiled its newest security suite, the IBM Security QRadar Suite, designed to unify and boost the security analyst experience across the full incident life cycle.

Mary O’Brien, IBM Security’s General Manager, released a statement about this launch. She said, “In the face of a growing attack surface and shrinking attack timelines, speed and efficiency are fundamental to the success of resource-constrained security teams. IBM has engineered the new QRadar Suite around a singular, modernized user experience, embedded with sophisticated AI and automation to maximize security analysts’ productivity and accelerate their response across each step of the attack chain.”

Provided as a service, this new IBM Security QRadar Suite is built on an open foundation and specifically designed for hybrid cloud demands. This security suite features a single and modernized interface across the entire product line. It is also embedded with advanced artificial intelligence and automation that can empower analysts to work efficiently, precisely, and quickly across their core toolsets. 

Moreover, this new IBM Security QRadar Suite includes EDR/XDR, SIEM, SOAR, and a new log management feature native to the cloud. These are all built around a familiar user interface, connected workflows, shared insights that consider unified analyst experience; cloud delivery, speed, and scale; and open foundation and pre-built integrations. 

Enderle also called IBM “the only enterprise security superhero” because of the IBM Cloud for Financial Services the company launched earlier this year. 

IBM Cloud for Financial Services, meanwhile, is designed to build trust and create a transparent public cloud ecosystem laden with features for resiliency, compliance, and security that several financial institutions require for their initial deployment phase and ongoing operations. 

Enderle has worked with various tech companies, including ROLM Systems, EMS Development Company, and IBM, before he became a technology analyst. 

He often writes columns for various technological publications and regularly appears on radio and TV. Enderle also sits on several advisory councils, including those for AMD, HP, and Lenovo. This technology analyst has also worked as an advisor for Dell, Microsoft, Siemens, Intel, and IBM, among other companies.

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