2017 Security Operations Challenges – Featuring New ESG Research
Siemplify EVP Strategy, Miguel Carrero – Meny Har, VP of Product – COO Dennis Shaya
Play May 18 2017 | 41 mins
In early 2017 Siemplify embarked on research with 150 security leaders across industry groups to better understand these challenges and priorities to improve Security Operations.
Did you know…
- Organizations are forced to knowingly ignore alerts – despite increased spending on security tools and personnel, nearly half of respondents have no choice but to ignore alerts that they believe SHOULD BE investigated due to the sheer volume of incoming threats. An additional 20% of organizations admit to ignoring over 50% of critical alerts.
- More than 80% of organizations said they persistently lack adequate staff to meet the demands of their security operations.
- Security operations must be centralized, orchestrated, and automated – A staggering 96% of respondents highlighted the need to take action in orchestrating their incident response processes and over 90% said they needed to explore varying degrees of automation to improve their response.
Security Orchestration is looked to as the answer
Security orchestration bridges the gap between alert overload and analyst capacity. Executed effectively, an orchestration platform creates the integrated fabric across the security footprint bringing simplicity, context, and efficiency throughout security operations and incident response.
In this webinar we will explore these findings, how orchestration is helping organizations respond to these challenges, and what are the critical capabilities (building blocks) of an effective orchestration platform.