Seven in 10 SOC analysts say they are “burned out.” Six in 10 plan to leave their job “in the next year.” Tines CEO Eoin Hinchy says no-code automation may be a way to reduce the burnout and retain top talent.
Security Operations Center (SOC)
Overworked, understaffed teams constantly jumping from one fire to the next – exhausted and reactive to events and alerts. The “SOC hop” is not sustainable.
In this Spotlight Podcast, sponsored by Arctic Wolf Networks: sessions at this month’s Black Hat Briefings on PTSD and substance abuse among security workers are proof that the high pressure, high stakes world of information security can take its toll. So what does it take to find, train and nurture information security pros? Sam McLane, the Chief Technology Services Officer at the firm Arctic Wolf Networks joins us to talk about how his company holds on to top security talent.
A tsunami of security data from Internet of Things endpoints could break the will of SOC analysts. What is needed are better tools for analyzing that data, including the use of machine learning. But AI and machine learning aren’t magic bullets. In this opinion piece, RSA Chief Technology Officer Dr. Zulfikar Ramzan presents a 5 point plan for using analytics in the data center.
In-brief: Security orchestration and automation tools seemed like fantasy technology just a few years ago. But this year’s RSA Conference suggests that the time for automation tools may have arrived. In this interview, we talk with Oliver Friedrichs of Phantom Cyber.