The cybersecurity industry today remains fragmented, with some organizations having as many as 85 security tools from 45 different vendors. Many of these technologies have been acquired over multiple years to address specific challenges across the complex threat landscape. Each new product needs to be properly installed, configured and managed over its life cycle — and many of these technologies sit in silos, which limits their ability to deliver more effective security.
At the same time, highly collaborative cybercriminals are launching sophisticated attacks that are hard to see and stop, and traditional security practices are unsustainable. That’s why security teams must adopt a new strategy that is rooted in collaboration — an approach that connects the dots across products, people and processes for faster, more effective threat detection and response.