Security operations are increasingly becoming difficult to effectively execute without the right combination of technology, intelligence and expertise. Security teams rely on a myriad of solutions to provide full visibility into their environment – this ensures they are able to identify potential threats, and can respond to ongoing attacks. *On average, enterprises deploy 45 cybersecurity related tools in their network, according to ZDNET. However, this collection of disparate detection and response systems creates silos which lead to inefficiencies and missed threat signals.
To add to this complexity, organizations that face resource gaps will face an increased level of staff strain. **At the end of 2021, there was a security workforce gap of 377,000 jobs in the US and 2.7 million globally, according to the (ISC)² Cybersecurity Workforce Study. In order to stay ahead, practitioners need to focus their time and effort on strengthening their detection and response programs.
As a result, many teams and organizations are turning to a solution that provides high performing, modern capabilities that deliver accurate detection and response (D&R) outcomes required to stay ahead of threats. A solution to consolidate disparate tools and provides unmatched signal-to-noise, integrations, and response automations.
*Osborne, C. (2020, June 30). The more cybersecurity tools an enterprise deploys, the less effective their defense is. ZDNET.
**(ISC)² Cybersecurity Workforce Study, 2021