Frost & Sullivan TCO Analysis: Building Your Own SOC vs. Buying SOC-as-a-Service
For modern businesses, a Security Operations Center (SOC) is no longer an option. It is a necessity. But building and maintaining a fully functional SOC is a daunting proposition. Cost is a top consideration, driven overwhelmingly by a SOC’s need for a high number of in-demand security experts. Hiring, training, and retaining the necessary talent to staff a SOC is flatly impractical for many businesses.
Fortunately there is a viable alternative to a DIY SOC: SOC-as-a-Service.
In this webinar, Michael Suby, VP of Research at Frost & Sullivan, will highlight the compelling value proposition of SOC-as-a-Service compared to building and maintaining an in-house SOC. Included in this webinar are:
- Real-world use cases of businesses subscribing to SOC-as-a-Service
- Head-to-Head quantitative cost comparisons between SOC-as-a-Service and DIY SOC
- Attributes to demand in a SOC-as-a-Service offering
About our key speaker:
A 17-year veteran at Frost & Sullivan, Michael Suby, VP of Research, has concentrated on the evolving threat landscape, practices, and technologies in cybersecurity. Quick to engage on risk and response, Mr. Suby habitually examines emerging cybersecurity technologies before they reach mainstream. Recent examples include server-less security, deception, dynamic defenses, content disarm & reconstruct, remote browser isolation, and cloud access & security brokers (CASB). In partnership with a team of highly experienced cybersecurity analysts at Frost & Sullivan, Mr. Suby is also intimately involved in researching how traditional cybersecurity solutions and platforms are addressing the diverse challenges and pressures encountered by IT and security practitioners.