How to Transform Alert Fatigue Into Proactive Security Management — 4 Must-Read Blog Posts

The cybersecurity talent shortage is real, with an estimated 1.8 million unfilled roles expected by 2020. And with 72% of CISOs claiming that their teams are facing alert fatigue, there’s not a lot of margin for error when it comes to getting accurate, context-rich alerts in front of under-resourced teams.

Traditional approaches to managing security alerts have often driven teams into a reactive mode where they’re overwhelmed by huge volumes of alerts or spend way too much critical time gathering information and digging around in log files. If this proliferation of data can be transformed into actionable intelligence, however, teams can become significantly more proactive and reduce risk over time.

Today, we’ll take a look at four must-read Threat Stack blog posts that provide great advice on how you can more away from reactive, ad hoc tactics and adopt a more structured, proactive approach by making alerts a key element of your overall information security strategy. Read more “How to Transform Alert Fatigue Into Proactive Security Management — 4 Must-Read Blog Posts”

Ending Alert Fatigue: Threat Stack and VictorOps On Modern-Day Security and Incident Management

Alert fatigue is a very real issue that security, ops, and dev teams are dealing with today. But how do you know if alerts are burning you out? And how can others on your team recognize it? More often than not, alert fatigue flies under the radar until it’s too late — critical issues start to pass by unnoticed and our adversaries get the upper hand.

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