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To build or not to build: Can SOC-aaS bridge your security skills gap?

  • Thursday, August 27, 2020 at 1:00 PM EDT (2020-08-27 17:00:00 UTC)
  • Michael Spooner, Brandon Hoffman

Sponsors

  • NetEnrich
  • IBM

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Overview

Cybersecurity threats keep growing faster than security budgets, leaving CISOs, CIOs and SecOps teams at a dangerous disadvantage. Even enterprises running their own Security Operations Centers (SOCs) find the perennial shortage of skills, tools, and other resources stops them from realizing the full value of investments.

So what do you do about it? Rather than struggle to findand hang ontotop talent with hands-on experience across network and cloud security, mid-sized enterprises are opting for SOC-as-a-Service offeringsa better, faster, smarter alternative to hiring in-house. Join Netenrich and IBM for an outcome-driven look at this new approach. Well show how you can determine:

  •    SOC-aaS ROI compared to building your own
  •    Scope/elements of SOC-aaS
  •    What goes into a best-in-class solution [HINT: superior SIEM capabilities are just the beginning!]
  •    Upleveling SecOps

Mordor Intelligence expects the SOC-as-a-Service market to grow rapidly through 2025, a trend that could transform day-to-day SecOps sooner than expected while saving you time and money, and making it easier to hold onto your best people.

Speaker Bios

Brandon Hoffman

Brandon is an admired CTO and security executive well-known for driving sales growth and IT transformation. He is responsible for Netenrich’s technical sales and security strategy for both the company and its customers. Most recently, he oversaw Intel 471’s dark web threat intelligence business. As former CTO at Lumeta Corporation and RedSeal Networks, Brandon led technical and field development in network security, vulnerability and risk. He’s also held key practitioner roles focused in security architecture, penetration testing, networking and data center operations. Brandon holds a MS degree from Northwestern University and a BS degree from University of Illinois at Chicago.


Michael Spooner

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