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Topic-icon The Cybersecurity Skills Gap Is No Match for Cognitive Security

5 months 1 week ago #3618 by howard

Cognitive security tools can help analysts juggle these responsibilities. New tools are reaching the market at an increasing rate, some of which are already integrated with your current security information and event management (SIEM) system and SOC infrastructure. The SOC has been generating huge amounts of data for various initiatives, such as compliance efforts, performance data and more. It also generates lots of noise and false positives. Meanwhile, the new analysts you’ve hired are struggling to come up to speed, and your established rock stars are busy fighting fires.

source: securityintelligence.com/the-cybersecuri...-cognitive-security/

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5 months 1 week ago #3619 by ronnie101

howard wrote:

Cognitive security tools can help analysts juggle these responsibilities. New tools are reaching the market at an increasing rate, some of which are already integrated with your current security information and event management (SIEM) system and SOC infrastructure. The SOC has been generating huge amounts of data for various initiatives, such as compliance efforts, performance data and more. It also generates lots of noise and false positives. Meanwhile, the new analysts you’ve hired are struggling to come up to speed, and your established rock stars are busy fighting fires.

source: securityintelligence.com/the-cybersecuri...-cognitive-security/
Yes and No, end of the day it's still humans who built the system. We can't deny the fact that computer system are getting smarter but they are used to complement humans rather than out-smarting us.

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