Threat and Vulnerability Management

State of Security Operations 2016

Provided by HPE Software

Category Threat and Vulnerability Management

Type Analyst Report

Length 24

Publish Date January 11 2016

Date posted March 10 2016

Overview

Hacker attacks are increasing, and the cost to businesses is growing. Experts tell us it's not if you'll be breached, it's when. So the effectiveness of your security operations determines how much damage you'll suffer. Since 2008, Hewett Packard Enterprise Security has performed 154 assessments of the maturity of security operations in 114 security operations centers (SOCs).

The 2016 report is both disturbing and encouraging. There has been a year-to-year decline in overall security operation maturity. But there is also encouraging news—many SOCs are adopting innovative techniques that leverage the power of data and analytics to stay ahead of the threat. Read the report to learn the findings and understand the trends in security operations.

 

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