Australia’s threat hunters need better ways to cut through the noise

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Detection and response is necessarily a data-intensive activity, but there’s considerable opportunity to refine current approaches, writes Simon Howe, vice-president, Sales, APAC at LogRhythm.

Data is knowledge, and knowledge is power. Knowledge is also a great leveller, and in cyber security, that’s important because there’s still a lot of levelling to do.

Australian research by PwC shows that growing maturity of cyber solutions and their adoption is helping “to close the wide lead that attackers have long held” over cyber security teams.

In other words, those engaged in threat detection and response are progressively being offered more detailed visibility into the challenges they face.

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