The Present and Future of Security Operations

The Present and Future of Security Operations

Today, hackers are taking advantage of vulnerabilities created by the disconnected tools within an organization's environment. This siloed approach to cybersecurity makes it difficult for security teams to detect cyberattacks, quickly respond to incidents or even assess an organization's security status.

The problem becomes even more challenging for CISOs - this approach to cybersecurity strains security operations already buried in manual processes, and there simply aren't enough skilled professionals to analyze the volume of incidents that most organizations face.

Thankfully there are proactive CISOs who are ditching the old model in favor of a newer approach that modernizes security operations with a tightly-integrated security operations infrastructure.

Download your complimentary ESG report, "The Present and Future of Security Operations" to learn:

  • The top 5 challenges of using point tools to get ahead of cyberthreats.
  • Best practices CISOs are using to modernize their cybersecurity defenses.
  • How Splunk's SOC 2020 initiative outlines a vision for modern security operations.

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