Introducing the Blueprint of Modern Security Operations

Nowadays you don’t need to be reminded (but we will anyway) that between ransomware, phishing, supply-chain attacks and more, the threat landscape is organized, advanced and well funded.

How are defenders responding? At a disadvantage. You are facing an attack surface ballooning from digital transformation and pandemic-induced remote workforce risks, a skills shortage not improving and disparate security systems that are uncooperative. 

The fight is not lost, thankfully. But improvement is less promising when security teams especially fail to evolve their operations mindset.

The new SecOps model therefore must prioritize the notion of “anywhere,” not just in terms of personnel and their need to collaborate across decentralized locations, but also by leveraging cloud and automation technologies. If successful, this model will give you flexibility and enforce sustainable resilience. 

To help you thrive in the new environment, while accepting the mega changes underway, turn to The Blueprint of Modern Security Operations. Download it to discover:

✔ Which drivers have contributed to the necessity for a new SecOps approach.
✔ How people remain your greatest asset, but why a revamped SOC culture is mandatory.
✔ A checklist for building sustainable resilience and flexibility within a cloud-first, device-centric and decentralized working environment.
✔ How the art of collaboration is as important as ever, both within your organization and across outsourced arrangements.
✔ Why embracing cloud-native security operations can unify your SecOps with your DevOps, and better accelerate the automation of threat detection and response.
✔ Plus so much more!

Please enjoy the e-book and let us know what you think on Twitter @Siemplify!

Dan Kaplan is director of content at Siemplify.

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