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Acting On Your Security Analytics

Data from security analytics isn't enough on its own. Here's how to take action.

Gal Gonen | October 21, 2021

Security analytics refers to the process of analyzing cybersecurity data to create proactive security strategies. The world of security analytics is evolving rapidly with the use of AI, but so are the threats facing these new technologies. With new threats coming into existence every day, businesses must understand how to interpret and act on the data they are presented with. 

One of the biggest threats currently facing the cybersecurity industry is alert fatigue. This can be attributed to the fact that the number of vulnerabilities that companies have to worry about is increasing exponentially. Many businesses cannot expand to the capacity needed to take action against such a large volume of issues. 

Knowledge of security analytics is not enough. The data has to be turned into action. Knowing which vulnerabilities to prioritize is imperative in protecting your business from the ever-growing threats facing your networks. By interpreting the analytics and choosing which threats to tackle first, it becomes much easier to allocate resources and determine your next steps for remediation.

Vulcan integrates with vulnerability scanners to show actual risk to your business across all attack surfaces and delivers precise instructions to help your team prioritize tasks. Visit Vulcan to learn how you can get fix done efficiently and at scale.