Security teams need an architecture where disparate systems and sources that talk in different languages and use different formats can communicate
In the cybersecurity industry, the more things change, the more they stay the same. We pride ourselves on innovation, however this adage seems like a fitting description for our current cycle of innovation where new tools, solutions and approaches come to market with some new acronym.
We have alphabet soup with terms like SIEM, SOAR, TIP, TDIR and XDR that lead to confusion, not to a path to solve broad security problems.
We keep searching for that silver bullet, but there really is no silver bullet in security. Maybe that is because we keep looking at the challenge of security through the lens of a tool or solution versus the broader picture of getting the pieces to work together in a single architecture.
The bad guys look at the entire playing field. Defenders need to as well.