Eliminate Cloud Security Alert Fatigue with Modern Attack Path Prioritization
Andy Ellis, Advisory CISO, Orca Security & Stacey Halota, VP InfoSec and Privacy, Graham Holdings
About this talk
According to the Orca 2022 Cloud Security Alert Fatigue Report, 59% of IT professionals receive more than 500 cloud security alerts per day, and 64% say that less than 10% of them are actually critical.
Security teams waste valuable time manually correlating high volume, low-risk alert data from multiple security tools, leaving crown jewel data open to attack. By scoring and prioritizing attack paths, security teams can focus on a much smaller number of dangerous attack paths versus sifting through hundreds of siloed alerts.
Join Andy Ellis, Advisory CISO at Orca Security and Stacey Halota, VP of InfoSec and Privacy at Graham Holdings, for a lively conversation on:
- The six stages of cloud security alert fatigue (including Denial and Acceptance)
- Five recommendations on how to solve the alert fatigue problem
- How to change the game with modern attack path analysis and prioritization
All registrants will receive a copy of the 2022 Cloud Security Alert Fatigue Report – based on a survey of 813 IT professionals across ten industries and five countries.
Learn how to achieve 100% cloud security coverage and visibility across AWS, Azure, GCP, Alibaba Cloud, and Kubernetes. Content covers topics including attack path analysis, vulnerability management, API security, and more.…