Hi! My name is Sam.
As an IT professional, I understand how important security is for companies and why it’s so important for them to use analytics-driven security processes to close the cybersecurity gap.
As more and more companies look to utilize analytics-driven security to better protect their assets, let’s look at 3 keys to analytics-driven security and why it’s so beneficial to your security efforts.
Key 1) Centralize Data
The first step to closing the cybersecurity gap at your company is to map what’s happening across your organization’s IT landscape. Since automation provides the leverage IT teams need to stay on top of alerts while also remaining responsive to emerging threats, a centralized view of data will allow your IT teams to act based on alerts from across the enterprise.
Key 2) Automate and Orchestrate
Automation also allows IT teams to deploy repeatable processes that would otherwise require a larger staff to perform manually while orchestration tools help leverage repeatable processes to connect other tools to each other and keep data and processes in sync. Orchestration also allows IT teams to focus on more critical tasks while automation can automatically identify hundreds of anomalies across multiple entities.
Key 3) Integrate and Optimize
Finally, the key to achieving the kind of high-level integration between IT and security all companies look for is by optimizing security processes. By allowing IT teams to incorporate insights from incidents and responses into repeatable processes, you can ensure that immediate action will be taken the next time a similar incident occurs.
There are many benefits to adopting an analytics-driven security process including faster response to incidents, better risk management, and augmented security resources.
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