What’s the Future of Detection Teams? Five Predictions for What Lies Ahead 

Cyber threats are rampant, but security teams lack the tools, resources, and support to do their jobs effectively today — much less prepare them for tomorrow. In this Expert Insight, Jack Naglieri, the CEO of Panther, writes about where the state of security is currently, and where it is headed.

What does the future of detection look like? Like more efficient security teams empowered with the tools and systems, they need to protect their ever-scaling organization.

With threats rampant and $3.86 million being the average cost of data breach, rapidly scaling cloud adoption, and a rising inflow of data daily, security teams have a lot to contend with in order to keep their organization safe. Yet many teams lack the tools, resources, and support to do their jobs effectively today — much less prepare them for tomorrow.

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Security teams are stressed, to say the least. During my time as an incident responder, I saw how the limitations of traditional SIEMs were straining security teams. SIEMs have evolved, but not fast enough to handle the sheer volume of data flowing in daily. Teams need tools that can parse data at scale, support customizable alerts, and provide the flexibility required. That’s why I started my company — to find a new approach to solving the challenges of threat detection at scale.

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