THE VALUE OF OBSERVABILITY PIPELINES SECURITY ENGINEER
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is likely to be responsible:
Security Engineers monitor and triage the insights gained fromobservability data.
Security Engineers design, test, and implement the architecture that secures applications
Security Engineers procure and manage security tools to ensure that systems remain secure with the latest technologies.
Relies on an average of 4 data sources for
Struggles to stay within allocated budget when it comes to managing observability data.
Uses scaling transformations, big transformations, and sampling to understand data.
DATA MANAGEMENT CONCERN
On average, the security engineer with two products simultaneously to manage data and relies on an average of four different data sources to do their job. Their primary concern is having to collect data scattered across many systems and make it useful for actionable insights.
SECURITY ENGINEERS AND OBSERVABILITY PIPELINES
Technology integration into current systems
Observability pipelines enable the Security Engineer to bring data together from multiple sources and deliver it to the right systems for analysis and action. With observability pipelines, security engineers can collect, transform, and route data, providing timely system insights while enabling them to manage data volume and cost.
Mezmo provides an observability pipeline that empowers the security engineer. It provides them with complete access and control of their data while deriving the maximum value as they use it. With Mezmo, security engineers reduce their threat response and detection times while managing spending and removing the hassle of complex integrations across multiple systems to do so.
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