A few years ago, our UX team created personas for Sumo Logic. The intention with the personas was to capture the mindset of our different users and to create a common vocabulary throughout our organization. A salesperson could walk into a room with a marketing professional and a designer, and say that she’d just gotten off the phone with a Melinda, and everyone internally would know who Melinda is and how she feels when using Sumo Logic.
As the threat landscape continues to expand, having end-to-end visibility across your modern application stack and cloud infrastructures is crucial. Customers cannot afford to have blind spots in their environment and that includes data being ingested from third-party tools.
“We’re under attack” may be the three least favorite words of every cybersecurity professional out there. Luckily, for USA Today, this doesn’t happen often, however, last year one of our 115 media markets was targeted by a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack.