Planning for SOC 3.0

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What is the next-generation Security Operations Centre (SOC)? Security operations are challenged with skill shortage, threat complexity, alert fatigue and prioritization issues, and are required to be more closely aligned with business processes. A SOC should not only be able to contain an incident, but to manage the complete incident workflow across business units in the entire organization, as well as outside the organization.

In this webinar Mr. Haim Goldshtein, Chief Information Security Officer at Elbit Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ and TASE: ESLT) will examine the challenges in managing security operations in a multi-national corporate of over 10,000 employees. Mr. Goldshtein will present a case study demonstrating the tools and processes he is implementing to prepare his security operation for SOC 3.0.

Key takeaways:

  • Which challenges should enterprises prepare for when planning security operations?
  • [case study] which tools and processes do forward-looking enterprises use to build the next-generation SOC?
  • How can enterprises who are not in position to build their own SOC manage security incidents effectively?


Jamal Elmellas

Technical Director, Auriga Consulting

    Haim Goldshtein

    CISO, Elbit Systems Ltd.

      Stephen Pritchard

      Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

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