Part 1: Managed Security Service (MSS) - People and Partners

Presented by

Garth Schwer - SOC Manager, Rapid7

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Transformation has brought vast benefits to many organisations. Yet, it’s about balancing risk and reward. As organisations open up the perimeter fence so to speak, the more opportunity there is for threats and risks to penetrate the business. Consider this, from 2019–2023, approximately $5.2 trillion in global value will be at risk from cyberattacks (Source: Accenture). As such, threat intelligence has become crucial in the transformation journey of an organisation. Join us for the first, in a three-part series of webinars focused on the People, Process and Technology of Managed Security Services. Examined across the three pillars, we look at how managed security services offer a combination of expertise and technology to detect dynamic threats quickly across your entire ecosystem. In the first episode about people, we consider how, when IT is your constant focus, it’s easy to lose sight of the why we do what we do. Technology exists to provide value to the people your business serves and employs. The human component of any technology service is often considered one of the most important aspects of great implementations.
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