It’s widely known that today’s data security operations and incident response teams are battling bewildering odds against constantly evolving cyber criminals. With new threats bombarding businesses of all sizes, security teams are investing a significant amount of capital into a range of technologies that can help with detection and reduce risk.

Yet the mismatch between the high volume of alerts and limited resources mean that attacks often go unaddressed – a recent study showed that 80 percent of data breach victims don’t realize they’ve been attacked for a week or longer, with attacks often going more than 200 days before being discovered. That brings us to an important question with the status quo: is throwing more resources at the problem an effective solution?

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