Develop a Security Operations Strategy
Transition from a traditional SOC to a threat aware and adaptive detection and response capability.
Major Business Pain Points
- 1Security operations is no longer a center, but a process. The need for a physical security hub has evolved into the virtual fusion of prevention, detection, analysis, and response efforts. When all four functions operate as a unified process, your organization will be able to proactively combat changes in the threat landscape.
- 2Functional threat intelligence is a prerequisite for effective security operations – without it, security operations will be inefficient and redundant. Eliminate false positives by contextualizing threat data, aligning intelligence with business objectives, and building processes to satisfy those objectives.
- 3If you are not communicating, you are not secure. Collaboration eliminates siloed decisions by connecting people, processes, and technologies. You leave less room for error, consume fewer resources, and improve operational efficiency with a transparent security operations process.
Methodology and Tools
Read the concise Executive Brief to find out why you should enhance your security operations program and review the methodology.
1. Assess your current state
Assess current prevention, detection, analysis, and response capabilities.
2. Develop maturity initiatives
Design your optimized state of operations.
3. Define operational interdependencies
Identify opportunities for collaboration within your security program.