Security operations (SecOps) leaders say they struggle to detect hidden and unknown threats with legacy tools, mitigating the potential threats of dark data, and overcoming resource-intensive issues to stay ahead of cyberthreats. They have to navigate these challenges while dealing with a talent shortage.
This is where security operations centers (SOCs) come in. SOCs are an integral part of organizations’ efforts to combat security threats. A SOC is a centralized, dedicated team of experts using a variety of tools to protect against threats. They identify system weaknesses proactively — detecting, analyzing and responding to threats in near real time.
But what is the best way to build a SOC and what are the key components needed to combat today's challenges?
Download your copy of the white paper "How to Design Your Security Operations Center (SOC) to Work Smarter, Not Harder" to learn:
- The key considerations for the design or improvement of an effective SOC.
- How legacy and manual processes can be automated, and the role that machine learning can play to free up scarce resources for higher-level tasks.
- And more specifically the role of a security information and event management (SIEM) solution, security orchestration automation and response (SOAR) solution, and user entity and behavior analytics (UEBA) solution in a SOC.