a large organization may need or have more than 100 security technologies to protect the environment. You know, tools for all is very real. If they can reduce that complexity, the jobs everybody's jobs will be a lot easier
because they wouldn't have to worry about having too many systems to manage
a lot of times as security practitioners, you know, we like our tools. But
how? How much time a day are your teams spending managing tools versus managing security? Getting multiple alerts won't help either, if the security systems are not integrated. Know how many different
dashboards are your security teams bouncing in between the day? Is it all you know, become a noise? Do have a lot of false positives?
Um so integrated security eliminates the costs and hassle again a provisioning and managing and scaling security software for each individual workload.
This results in a fast and consistent
I said again fast and consistent delivery of the newest security technologies and updates.
Organizations must simplify the complexity of the information security management,
um, by reducing tools,
but increasing productivity by on Lee
um, you know, producing actionable alerts.
I like to look at this as the kiss principle.
Keep it stupid. Simple.
This is a desire cripple principle that was noted by the US Navy in 1960.
The Kiss Principle states that the most systems were best if they had kept simple rather than make complicated. I repeat that again. The kiss principle states that
most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than make complicated. Therefore, simplicity should be a key goal in design, and unnecessary complexity should be avoided at all costs.
let that brief for him. Home it
unnecessary complexity should be avoided.
How many times have we present company included? Rolled out new security tools or nous? It is processes procedures that were overly complex
just for the sake of checking a box
what we see as a huge problem. But if we step back and took a whole list it look at it. It really wasn't.
So this leads isn't too knowing.
The business mission,
Um, cybersecurity is not a I t. Issue. It's a business issue.
Do you know what the mission of East Department is? Do you know where the critical assets and data are
What's the best approach to usable security?
These are a couple of questions that you can use
to get started when you reach out to teams. Department has center.