The Law of User Manuals. In the time it takes to read the user manual, the technology will have changed. Corollary of the Law of User Manuals. The shorter the user manual, the faster the technology will change while one is reading it.
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February 6, 2018 5:24am UTC
As high-speed networks and data-connections continue to expand across the country, more people than ever before are needed to maintain the critical networks and infrastructure created by the Internet. https://www.fieldengineer.com/blogs/scale-up-field-service-workforce-with-field-engineer/
Quoted from: http://www.csoonline.com/article/3113055/security/deception-technology-grows-and-evolves.html Current security systems send up a lot of alerts, many of them false positives. And the move to a new generation of systems based on machine learning isn't helping, said Lawrence Pingree, analyst at Gartner. "Those kind of algorithms tend to have a lot more false positives than other approaches," he said. "I've sat in front of a SIEM with 5,000 alerts an hour, and I've had to triage that. That's an overwhelming data set." A deception grid changes this dynamic. "In a deception system, the alerts you get are very minimal, and any alert you get says that something is awry," he said. "It's an almost zero false positive solution. That's a huge win for security professionals."