"The average organization receives 16,937 alerts a week. Only 19 percent of them are deemed “reliable,” and only 4 percent are investigated, according to a study released in January by the Ponemon Institute, which tracks data breaches. By the time criminals make enough noise to merit a full investigation, it can take financial services companies more than three months, on average, to discover them, and retailers more than six months.Intelligence Start-Up Goes Behind Enemy Lines to Get Ahead of Hackers - The New York Times
“Just generating more alerts is wasting billions of dollars of venture capital,” said David Cowan, an iSight investor and a partner at Bessemer Venture Partners. The last thing an executive in charge of network security needs is more alerts, he said: “They don’t have time. They need human, actionable threat intelligence.”"
Monday, September 14, 2015
Intelligence Start-Up Goes Behind Enemy Lines to Get Ahead of Hackers - The New York Times
Big -- and expensive -- security data
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