Simplifying Security Operations

In the wake of yet another series of cyber attacks, this time involving a variant of Petya ransomware, it’s more evident than ever before that cyber criminals are outpacing security operations. While it’s tempting to blame security practitioners for not keeping up-to-date and fixing vulnerabilities, it’s important to remember that it’s not necessarily the vulnerabilities that hackers are exploiting – what they are exploiting is a complex security system that is challenging to fully oversee.

These days, security operations require multiple tools, processes and specific expertise. Solutions are often fragmented, cluttered, and full of duplicative and disjointed tools – and there’s a reason for that: organizations have been playing catch-up instead of approaching security challenges holistically. The result? Companies end up using a myriad of disconnected products that only create more noise and increase the already unbearable workload.

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