[HackerNews] The Shortfalls of Mean Time Metrics in Cybersecurity

Security teams at mid-sized organizations are constantly faced with the question of “what does success look like?”. At ActZero, their continued data-driven approach to cybersecurity invites them to grapple daily with measuring, evaluating, and validating the work they do on behalf of their customers. 
Like most, they initially turned toward the standard metrics used in cybersecurity, built

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