What is the most irritating thing about the vendor ecosystem for cybersecurity solutions?

Every company is an AI company with 70% false positives, that's not going to help. It's about what is your accuracy level? How often can you act on that? A lot of false promises. The industry not only has to deal with an ever changing threat landscape. The way solutions are sold is also a problem. There's so much fluff that even if one or two good guys, being from the practitioner side, can talk about stuff, it's hard for people to believe.

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Every company is an AI company with 70% false positives, that's not going to help. It's about what is your accuracy level? How often can you act on that? A lot of false promises. The industry not only has to deal with an ever changing threat landscape. The way solutions are sold is also a problem. There's so much fluff that even if one or two good guys, being from the practitioner side, can talk about stuff, it's hard for people to believe.
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Anonymous Author
We got to get over this shiny object syndrome and really start looking at the problem statement much closer to see what is your true objective? What are you trying to accomplish?
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Anonymous Author
People in the cloud are hitting data and speed limits right now too. I just got a phone call with Google Cloud earlier today, and now they're offering NetApp as a service where you get your own dedicated NetApp, and you get a dedicated connection straight to your portion of their cloud. So that to me is just like going back to a data center model, only somebody else's managing it for you. So what's the difference?
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