Future of the SOC: Forces Shaping Modern Security Operations

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Conversation about the ways to make threat detection more effective – the daily bread of Security Operations Centers (SOCs) – goes back to the dawn of the internet. Is it better to identify threats by signatures or through profiling?
Data lakes, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), big data analytics, cloud and edge computing, Internet of Things (IoT) are all functions that have led to the exponential growth of the attack surface. In the race for data collection analysis and decision-making, this growth will continue at pace or more likely accelerate in the coming years.

This white paper explores how this context further manifests into the primary ‘forces’ that are driving the need to change the approach to threat management and SOC operations.

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