Most organizations don’t suffer from a lack of cybersecurity tools. They suffer from the cost and administrative burden of running too many of these. They suffer from the lack of integration. They suffer from the lack of skills in optimally configuring the tools and analyzing the data.
Couldn’t less be more? But what is the right answer? Just retiring some tools? Consolidating to new solutions such as XDR? Replacing old tools with the newest best-of-breed solutions?
As always, best start with a plan, and with defined methods to evaluate the contribution of the various tools you have to your targets. The plan must help you in understanding which elements you need most for protecting your IT. On the other hand, you must understand how well your existing tools landscape contributes to this.
In his talk, Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will unveil methodologies that can help you in assessing your cybersecurity tools portfolio, and that can help you in deciding about where to invest next.