TruSTAR Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, Paul Kurtz, recently sat down with Matt Gardner, President of the California Tech Council, to discuss Data-Centric Security Automation and provide a vision for “cyber memory,” made possible by improved utilization of the cloud.
“Over the past twenty years we’ve become very tool dependent, leading to a significant amount of alert fatigue for MSSP operators. If you are leveraging multiple security tools, you need to be able to begin to create a repository of what all those alerts are and be able to fuse them over time. The place it’s most effective to do that is in the cloud.”
— Matt Gardner, President, California Tech Council
In the first of a three part podcast series, learn how to move away from a data-driven security model that relies on integration debt and how to move toward a model of data assimilation in the cloud.
Listen to the full podcast, here.