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Palo Alto Cortex Xpanse Researchers identify missing metric for a modern SOC
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Palo Alto Cortex Xpanse research team spent the first three months of 2021 monitoring the activities of attackers to better understand how much of an edge adversaries have in detecting systems that are vulnerable to attack. They followed a benchmark that they call “mean time to inventory” (MTTI), which is simply how long it takes somebody to start scanning for a vulnerability after it’s announced. Xpanse research found 79% of observed exposures occurred in the cloud.