Corpus ID: 18511819

A Human Capital Model for Mitigating Security Analyst Burnout

  title={A Human Capital Model for Mitigating Security Analyst Burnout},
  author={Sathya Chandran Sundaramurthy and A. Bardas and Jacob Case and X. Ou and Michael Wesch and J. McHugh and S. Rajagopalan},
  • Sathya Chandran Sundaramurthy, A. Bardas, +4 authors S. Rajagopalan
  • Published in SOUPS 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Security Operation Centers (SOCs) are being operated by universities, government agencies, and corporations to defend their enterprise networks in general and in particular to identify malicious behaviors in both networks and hosts. The success of a SOC depends on having the right tools, processes and, most importantly, efficient and effective analysts. One of the worrying issues in recent times has been the consistently high burnout rates of security analysts in SOCs. Burnout results in… CONTINUE READING
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