Without data, you're just another person with an opinion.
—W. Edwards Deming, Data scientist »
Today, a few hackers may be ideologically motivated, but the majority of attacks are financially-driven crimes. This is seen most clearly in the rise of ransomware; no mystery, just pure and simple extortion.
We work in the cloud, but in reality we need to be more grounded than ever. The cloud doesn’t let us off the hook for data protection or make us immune to operational failure.
The challenge today is less about getting alerted to threats and more about responding to the right alert in the fastest way possible, reducing the amount of time the attacker can linger in the network.
More than ever before, we need to think about structured (machine-generated) data — considering content, content governance and an overall picture of what is being produced by employees within an organization.
People have tried everything: From throwing money at it by buying the latest and greatest tech promising security, to outsourcing cyber security management, to handing it over to the IT folks to deal with it.
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