The Cost of Handling too Many Alerts vs. Managing Risk

On average, an organization receives nearly 17,000 cyber security alerts each week, but investigates only 4% and spends more than $1.27 million annually responding to erroneous or inaccurate alerts1.

Truth is, your security solution should be working hard, not you.

An effective security platform delivers contextual intelligence to accurately generate only critical or high-priority alerts, reducing the time, expense and resources involved in investigating unreliable ones. All without leaving your network vulnerable to a cyber attack.

In this white paper, learn guidelines to help you manage alerts and risk, including:

  • The quantified operational benefit for reducing alert volume
  • The true costs of ineffective security
  • Three key considerations when evaluating a cyber security solution

Download the paper and learn how you can identify the 4% that matter most.

Know the truth.

1The Cost of Malware Containment, Ponemon Institute, January 2015


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  • Why alerts are not fool-proof
  • Why having more consoles may not be the answer to your security needs
  • How your IT team may not be prepared to handle critical alerts
  • How long it takes other organizations to respond to alerts, and how you compare
  • Why outsourcing could save you money and mitigate risk