Security OPS teams are often limited by their own rules. When an event is suspected, the only people allowed to have knowledge and information about the suspected event are security people, which limits not only the effectiveness of that investigative body, but also the effectiveness of detection, early-warning, and response ultimately. This need-to-know problem is the reason why many organizations have separate IT OPS and Security OPS event managers, ticketing systems, and investigative processes...Read the full article
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CSO Perspectives Roadshow 2017 Showreel
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