Measure what matters: Why MTTR is an incomplete cybersecurity metric? And what can you do about it?

One of the most important weapons of Alexander the Great was analytics and logistics. He gathered intelligence on the enemy’s weapons, supply sources, food stores, strategy, tactics, and performance in previous battles to understand their strengths and weaknesses. He used this information to strategize the number of soldiers, the formation, positioning, and supplies needed to win.

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Vinay Sridhara

Dr. Vinay Sridhara has more than a decade of research and development (R&D) experience in wireless communications, security and machine learning (ML). Prior to joining Balbix, Sridhara worked on wireless networking, mobile security and machine learning at Qualcomm Research. While at Qualcomm, he served on several IEEE 802.11 working groups and contributed to several core areas in these standards. Sridhara holds a Ph.D. in ECE and Masters in CS from USC and University of Delaware. He has authored several research papers, and holds over 100 patents.

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