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While many organizations may realize they can’t entirely eliminate cyber risk, they still need to quantify their security efforts and set thresholds to show whether they’re trending positively or introducing more risk. The right metrics help to shed light on a company’s current security posture and, more importantly, where it might have gaps, shortcomings, or areas to prioritize for future improvement.
High-performing security organizations driving dramatic and substantive change, and reaping the benefits of going “all in” on cloud
June 11, 2021
Devo Technology announced the results of a report assessing the current state and pace of change with regards to enterprise cloud transformation initiatives and the ramifications on teams running a Security Operations Center (SOC).
The deployment of platforms for cybersecurity skill development results in budgetary reductions and cost savings, as well as improvements in critical security operations center (SOC) KPIs including mean time to remediate (MTTR) and dwell time, according to a report by Cyberbit and TAG Cyber. The report offers key insight to executive leadership on the impact of investing in realistic Security Operations Center (SOC) training solutions.
Cyberbit,announced the Hudson’s Bay Company incident response team as winner of the inaugural International Cyber League (ICL) competition, the America’s Cyber Cup, outperforming nearly 100 Security Operations Center (SOC) and incident response teams over the course of four rounds of simulated cyberattack challenges. Hudson’s Bay Company was declared the winner based on quality of performance, and time to response, achieving the title of Best Cyber Defense Team in the Americas.
The complexities of corporate security call for truly global visibility and situational awareness. To get there, GSOCs should consider adopting a program of threat intelligence and digital risk protection (DRP) to keep digital assets safe.
Siemplify released new research on “The State of Remote Security Operations.” Based on a recent survey of nearly 400 security operations (SecOps) professionals, the report studies how the sudden shift to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic has affected SecOps analysts’ ability to perform their jobs and the impact on overall security postures.