cybersecurity team burnout

Your Cybersecurity Team is Burned Out.

Recent research shows that 88% of breaches are caused by human error


According to the research, 47% of responders cite distraction, and 44% cite exhaustion and stress. 

Your cybersecurity team is burned out. 

Organizations worldwide have an average of 50+ cybersecurity tools they’re juggling at the same time. Each system believes its data is the most accurate version of the truth. And each system sets off endless pings, alarms, and alerts accordingly.

Your cybersecurity team is burned out. 

On top of the endless set of alarms to juggle, organizations face a massive shortage of trained cybersecurity professionals

In response, they simply load up their existing teams with increasing amounts of responsibility, and in turn, stress. 

Your cybersecurity team is burned out. 

And for the cherry on top: we’re in the middle of shaky and questionable times, where the risk of cyber threats is steadily increasing in both magnitude and sophistication. So your team members can’t afford to make mistakes – there’s too much on the line. 

Your cybersecurity team is burned out. 

So what’s the answer? 

You can’t keep saddling your employees with more work and more stress, and expect them not to skip off to the next highest bidder. But you also can’t out-hire your problems–there’s not enough trained talent to go around.

You can’t ignore the increasing threat of cyber war: the average data breach costs companies 4.24 million

You can’t keep adding new tools to try to solve the problem either, you’re just adding to the already exhausting list of alerts and alarms your operators are already drowning in, and it’s a bandaid fix that will cost more money than it saves.

So let’s stop adding to the confusion, the noise, the fatigue, the mayhem. 

Let’s not give in to the fear, the uncertainty, the doubt. 

We don’t need to. We’re better than this. 

There’s a better way forward. 

You can save your operators from burnout and save your network from breaches at the same time.

Attack Surface Analysis (ASA) isn’t another cybersecurity tool. It’s a cybersecurity tool consolidator

It takes the data from all your existing cybersecurity tools and consolidates the information into one single interactive lens.

Here’s how it solves burnout in your cybersecurity team: 

  • Instead of training your team members on 50+ tools, and hoping they’re getting the most out of your investments: you’re training them on ONE tool that combines the power of all your tools, so you can maximize each of the investments.
  • Instead of inundating your team members with thousands of alerts, pings, and alarms all day long with zero prioritization: you’re able to zero in on the threats that actually matter, so your team members don’t waste time on unconfirmed alerts, and focus their time and energy on what matters most.
  • Instead of wasting your budget trying to add new tools to the mix that aren’t ever used to their full potential, and only getting a band-aid fix for the problem: you’re consolidating your tools into one single place, and getting the most out of each one. No additional tools needed. 
  • Instead of trying to join the search for talent in a tiny pool of applicants: you’re leveling up your existing team and reducing their workload and stress, all while never needing to add to headcount, or having to join the rat race for qualified talent.

It’s that simple. 

ASA enables your stressed cybersecurity operators to catch a breath and focus on what matters. 

It quiets the noise, eliminates alert fatigue, and increases operator speed and productivity. So instead of burned-out operators who are ready to jump ship the second they get a better offer, you’ve got a fully-loaded team that’s fully focused on what matters most. 

Everyone wins. 

So stop trying to solve the problem by throwing more tools on the pile, and consolidate your tech stack with Attack Surface Analysis