As the threat landscape continues to evolve, a combination of resource shortages and existing security inefficiencies means organizations have had to take a reactive approach to tackling cybercrime. Time and resources that could be invested in business interests are often consumed by the continuous adoption of new security protocols, a solution that is not only overly complex but also fails to solve the problem. This paper from FireEye looks at the rise of security-as-a-service and how it can work to future-proof your security operations in four steps.
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