Over the past ten years, the cybersecurity market has exploded with tools, technologies, platforms, and service providers, who got into the business of security for the same reason most people get into any business: to help solve a problem. In most cases, the technologies are useful and the service providers are well-intentioned. Yet, the core issues of cybersecurity haven’t gone away. It’s still more expensive to be “good” than to be “bad” in cybersecurity. Security teams still struggle to fully optimize their technologies in a way that best meets their specific business needs. Organizations still have to make the choice between increasing visibility across their environment or normalizing their spend. And security teams continue to be inundated by too many unnecessary alerts to glean meaningful insights that best serve their larger organizations.