In an ongoing effort to help security organizations gain greater visibility into risk, we’re pleased to offer this complimentary Gartner® report, 3 Ways to Apply a Risk-Based Approach to Threat Detection, Investigation, and Response. This insightful research can help a security organization realize what its exposure to risk could be at a given time.
Have you measured risk recently?
This is a critical question, but there may be an even more important one: How would you go about implementing a security program to mitigate risk? A tech stack opens itself to all kinds of ongoing vulnerabilities as it expands in more directions, so hopefully its also innovating and driving profits on behalf of the business.
Therefore, a security operations center (SOC) must constantly contort itself to keep that growing attack surface secure via a threat detection, investigation, and response program. According to Gartner, a SOC should:Break through silos and open dialogue by establishing a quorum of business leaders to openly discuss cybersecurity and its requirements. Reduce unnecessary delays in investigation by ensuring threat detection use cases are fully enriched with internal business context at the point which alerts are generated. Enable incident responders to make effective prioritization and response decisions by centrally recording asset-based and business-level risk information.
A binding factor for risk
Technology: It’s the solution to and cause of business risk and the many issues that follow. Relying on the internet means operations and deployments move faster while the attack surface is simultaneously expanding. As the speed of business increases, so does the “noise” security analysts must sift through to get to the real issue. Gartner says:“Business-dependent technologies are a focal point for criminals m ..
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