The Economics of Security Operations Centers

Ponemon Institute surveyed IT and IT security practitioners in organizations that have a SOC and are knowledgeable about cybersecurity practices in their organizations. The majority of surveyed organizations find their investments in SOCs to be expensive and yield mediocre results.
Download the report to learn why.

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What you’ll take away from the study:

  • The state of today’s SOC
  • Staffing the SOC is costly and challenging
  • What impacts the cost of an internal SOC
  • Cost considerations when outsourcing the SOC
  • ROI considerations of high performing SOCs

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Designing an Effective SOC

Part I Economics of Security Operations

Live on 2/4/2020 @ 8 am PT / 11 am ET

Ponemon Insights – Despite significant investments in 2019, half of the security managers in the survey report that their SOC is ineffective at detecting attacks. What’s keeping us stuck? In Part One of this two-part series, Larry Ponemon joins Respond Software to discuss the most recent Ponemon Report findings, new insights into the economics and effectiveness of SOCs.
In this first installment of the webinar series, learn which variables of the SOC contribute to overall ineffectiveness and worsening ROI, and explore new methodologies that address those issues.

Key topics:
-Cost comparison of In-house SOC vs. Outsourced SOC
-The cost of skill attrition and hiring
-Alternative solutions

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