Every day you face spiraling numbers of increasingly sophisticated threats, security incidents, outages – and a relentless stream of alerts.
There’s constant stress over the time it takes to resolve them, and you’re almost always under-staffed and forced to use disconnected tools. Business units are creating extra hassle by building systems without telling you.
And your organization is full of people whose risky behavior suggests they’re determined to become victims of cybercrime.
There’s a constant nagging anxiety over whether you’ve actually already been hacked, and not yet discovered the breach. And your biggest fear is that the next alert will be something new and ruinously expensive.