2023 Source Zero Con

The Cyber Security Industry Has a Data Problem

Thursday, June 22  |  2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. ET

The cyber security industry is facing a significant data problem. With more than 20,000 new vulnerabilities, and even more threats, identified each year, managing billions of security data points across multiple attack surfaces is overwhelming IT security teams. All of this security “noise” indicating potential cyber risk and possible attack vectors is hurting our ability to mitigate threats and protect cyber assets.

Adding to the complexity, cyber security teams are oversubscribed to an abundance of "FOMO" security monitoring and scanning tools that contribute to the noise and fail to deliver contextualized insights and actionable risk mitigation paths.

However, all of this raw security data presents a significant opportunity for impactful security. By aggregating, de-duplicating, correlating, enriching and prioritizing this data with business context, security professionals can harness its power to reduce actual cyber risk. In this session, we will explore strategies for overcoming the security data problem. Join us to learn how to make the most of your security data and reduce meaningful cyber risk for your specific organization.


Mike Parkin


Tony Taylor