I feel like there's this great deal of misconception regarding imaginary security "silver bullet", lately it has been about AI/ML enabled solutions. Don't get me wrong, they are all great, and one can sure use ML to sift through a deluge of logs and alerts, but ultimately these are just tools with the "secret sauce" being one's security team that understands security principles; stays up to speed on tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs); intimately knows the tools of the trade; and can think "out-of-the-box" and be creative when threat hunting. And the only way to get there is through training and experience. What are your thoughts?

Security, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence I feel like there's this great deal of misconception regarding imaginary security "silver bullet", lately it has been about AI/ML enabled solutions. Don't get me wrong, they are all great, and one can sure use ML to sift through a deluge of logs and alerts, but ultimately these are just tools with the "secret sauce" being one's security team that understands security principles; stays up to speed on tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs); intimately knows the tools of the trade; and can think "out-of-the-box" and be creative when threat hunting. And the only way to get there is through training and experience. What are your thoughts?

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