What you've said, in effect, is, "Gee, someone came to the site with some interest (say, from a Hacker News link) but no idea what this secret sauce is. Screw 'em! Gem them out of here!"
Alternatively, if you give them an idea of what they're looking at (and no, I don't think you have to drill down to every tiny detail on the front page), maybe they'll realize, "Hey, that's something I should at least look into."
I suspect that a layperson, they might be getting the impression that this will alert them to security incidents. It will not really do that. It is not an intrusion detection system (which also are not very useful, but I digress). It will be 99.9999999% noise, and an experienced team will have a sense of what they should bother paying attention to, and still spend most of their time chasing dead ends.
It would be like if someone announced the release of a compiler, without explaining what a compiler is. Someone might reasonably say, if you don’t know what a compiler is, this isn’t solving a problem that you’re worried about.
Even if you're too small to have an incident response team, if you work on the cloud, you need to prevent these common security issues. I can't imagine using a tool built for the purpose is more of a money pit than writing it yourself as many cloud engineers end up doing.