Cross-functional teams often get created to close the gap between security and operations. These teams tend to be siloed, operate with a limited perspective, and don’t include Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC).
iSecOps takes a holistic view of the priorities across all IT functions, typically starting with Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC). In addition, it includes functions like patching, asset discovery, vulnerability risk, and others.
Isolate an iSecOps function
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iSecOps maximizes the value of the tools and infrastructure already in your organization.
The goal is to fully leverage what you already have to further reduce overall organizational risk.
Firewalls protect network segments inside and outside of your environment.
They can also improve monitoring, boost performance, localize technical issues, and most importantly- enhance security.
Your SIEM monitors user behaviour and improves your security organization’s
Using the advanced monitoring capabilities of your SIEM to prevent application or infrastructure outages and populate business metrics with customer and application behaviours.
MS MEM, formerly known as SCCM, is a functional tool for IT Operations to manage infrastructure cradle-to-grave.
Your team must architect, implement, and operate an iSecOps environment.
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The need to have an integrated view on security and operations has never been more pressing. iSecOps prioritizes security, drives more value from existing technology investments, and ultimately reduces organizational risk.