Making analysts better using AIRO in security operations

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By Curtis Price, IDC The traditional security operations model is rapidly succumbing to the challenges and dynamics inherent in today’s cybersecurity market. Over the last few years, organizations have deployed a myriad of security technologies to combat specific threats, and as a result have inherited a collection of point product solutions with very little interoperability. […]

The SOC is dead — long live the SOC!

Overwhelmed by existing traffic volumes and held back by a shortage of skilled workers, the average Security Operations Center is approaching a state of crisis – and the challenges will only worsen if SOCs don’t evolve. No doubt about it, the SOC’s mission is vital: detect and respond to all threats. Unfortunately, most SOCs today […]

Common questions about tools and methods of DFARS compliance

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There are many factors to consider as you address how to achieve DFARS compliance with new standards for information control. Here are a few questions and concerns that clients have shared regarding the controls, methods and tools associated with DFARS compliance: Will I need specific monitoring tools for compliance? In our experience, and based on […]

Your Security Operations Center (SOC): Built, Shared or as-a-Service?

Cyber attacks have become ever more frequent, targeted and sophisticated. Millions of warnings are produced by platforms, applications and numerous point solutions like antivirus (AV), intrusion detection system (IDS)/ intrusion prevention system (IPS) and firewalls. Quality and speed of the response are essential to limit the impact on your organization. Unfortunately, the trend is going […]