Nimmy oversees all marketing activities including strategy, demand generation, communications and branding. An industry security veteran, Nimmy brings over 15 years of marketing leadership experience. Nimmy previously served as Chief Marketing Officer at eSentire and Vice President of Marketing at AlgoSec and NextNine.
Another year, another Black Hat has come and gone. On the show floor, we saw the continued momentum and interest building for security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR). And as always, we met with a wide variety of security operations pros feeling the pressure of too many alerts, too many technologies and not enough process and automation to make it all work.
Managed detection and response (MDR) is a fast-growing managed security offering focused on detecting and responding to threats that have bypassed traditional security controls. Gartner predicts by 2020, 15% of organizations will be using MDR - up from fewer than 1% today.
Much has been written about the death of the Tier 1 SOC analyst. To paraphrase Mark Twain, reports of that death are greatly exaggerated. A simple Glassdoor search yields 186 open positions that posted in just the last month. Is one of your open roles on that list?
Cybersecurity is full of terms, concepts, buzzwords and jargon that often get misused, overstated or muddled. That’s why, every now and again, we want to help you reground yourself in the true meaning of some of the most prevalent security terminology.
A lot has been said and written about the security talent shortage. A report by Cisco pegged the amount of unfilled cybersecurity jobs in 2019 at 1.5 million. A more recent report by Cybersecurity Ventures estimates 3.5 unfilled positions by 2021. Wherever the truth may lie, one thing is clear - the industry is not manufacturing cybersecurity professionals at a fast enough rate to meet current and future demand, so no one is expecting the security talent landscape to get better anytime soon.
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