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Eating an Elephant: How the ESM 10 UX Team Reenergized SecOps (Part 2)

The second of a two-part series. In the previous post in this series, we described how re-creating the user experience for overburdened SOC analysts was a task like “eating an elephant.” To help analysts who are constrained by time and cognitive overload, we needed a vision, a strategy and a plan to “save time and … The post Eating an Elephant: How the ESM 10 UX Team Reenergized SecOps (Part 2) appeared first on McAfee Blogs.
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