The Case for Modern SOCs

The Case for Modern SOCs


The concept of a security operations center that optimizes resources to counter threats is a great idea. However, in reality, designing an effective SOC is hard.

Many companies struggle first with implementation and then with figuring out how to take their SOC to the next level. What will the next-gen SOC look like?

Integration of tools and increased automation may help security analysts prioritize security events in a next-gen SOC, but once a serious security incident has been identified, many companies lack a sophisticated incident-response process.

CISOs need to work on building internal and external relationships, like law enforcement, that will assist the company in the event of a breach. In this issue of Information Security magazine, we look at the strengths and weaknesses of SOCs.  

 In addition our experts dive into:

  • Q&A with Xerox CISO, Alissa Johnson
  • Stats on how companies are using threat intelligence
  • Why companies are failing to manage vulnerabilities in critical systems and applications
  • And more
02 Nov 2017
02 Nov 2017
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