Why Your Organisation Needs Comprehensive Security Operations

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How prepared is your business to fend of bad actors seeking to infiltrate your network systems and breach your data?

Imagine, if you will, the following scenario: It’s 5:30 am, and an employee has just clicked a malicious link in a phishing email. An attacker, armed with ransomware, has just gained access to your enterprise.

Is your security team ready to fight back without significantly impacting your business?

Your team must be able to detect the attack with well-configured tools across endpoints, the network, and the cloud all working in harmony to raise the right alarms. You need skilled security engineers on duty at 5:30 a.m. to quickly respond to and investigate the alert. And these same security engineers need to act independently with authority to remove or contain the infected workstation from the network, as well as revoke and reset the user permissions for the phished employee.

All these steps must happen in minutes to successfully combat the attack

A response must be immediate or your business faces exponential risk in terms of significant damages. And even after mitigating the attack, it’s arguable that the security team’s most important work is still to come. The team needs spend time and put the attack into context to holistically fix any gaps in your defenses that led to this incident. It can’t sit back and wait for another attack in a game of cybersecurity whack-a-mole whenever a compromise occurs.

If these tasks seem too daunting, fear not. Our new e-book, the Comprehensive Guide to Security Operations, reveals the key aspects of a strong security operations framework and shows you how to minimise risk and continuously improve your security posture.

You’ll learn:

  • Why a security operations framework is necessary to end risk
  • How to leverage knowledge of the enemy
  • How a speedy response reduces the business impact of a cyber attack
  • The challenges of building your own security operations function
  • The benefits of working with a security operations provider

Security operations can be thought of as all the pieces of a security framework working in concert to effectively reduce risk to a negligible level. Our new e-book will guide you through the steps your enterprise must take on your security journey to finally feel in control—and arrive at a place where you envision an end to your cyber risk.

Comprehensive Guide to Security Operations Chapter Overview

Chapter 1: “What Do We Mean by Cyber Risk?”

Why a company can spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on security and still succumb to an attack.

Chapter 2: “What Do We Mean by Security Operations?”

The critical components that comprise an effective security operations function.

Chapter 3: “How Security Operations Can Reduce the Likelihood of a Cyber Incident”

How security operations lowers the risk of being an attack target, including why it’s vital to educate end users.

Chapter 4: “How Security Operations Can Reduce the Business Impact of a Cyber Attack”

How security operations minimise the business risk of an attack, and how they can leverage the lessons of a cyber attack to prevent future attacks.

Chapter 5: “Achieving World-Class Security Operations”

What it takes for companies to implement their own security operations to eliminate cyber risk.

Chapter 6: “10 Requirements for Choosing a Security Partner”

The key features and capabilities that you need from a security operations provider to eliminate risk.

The way we see it, you have two options: continue throwing more money and technology at the problem to get the same results or try a different approach for a different outcome.

We suggest the latter: Download our new e-book, Comprehensive Guide to Security Operations, and join us on a journey to end cyber risk.

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Arctic Wolf

Arctic Wolf provides your team with 24x7 coverage, security operations expertise, and strategically tailored security recommendations to continuously improve your overall posture.
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