Kevin Rhone, ESG; Dave Gruber, ESG; Andrew Maguire, VMRay; Dean Papa, Chronicle
Companies have taken giant strides in their digital transformation efforts, adding new cloud infrastructures and integrating more applications. Yet these more complex architectures have made security strategies more difficult to implement, especially as they continue to evolve. As a result, SecOps has become a high priority and many organizations are concluding that they should outsource their security needs to managed security service providers (MSSPs). Now, it is the MSSPs that are being overwhelmed with countless security alerts that require manual intervention, as their customers grow in number.
Partnering with an external security solution allows companies to better manage their own resources while benefiting from industry expertise. ESG research found that a majority of organizations are using or planning to use managed services in order to offload the burden of operational tasks and redirect their employees to more strategic security initiatives (55%). But if the MSSP is overburdened, this can weaken the quality of the service. In order to differentiate themselves in a competitive market, MSSPs need to look for their own partners who can reduce the reliance on manual malware triage and help them scale.
In this webinar from VMRay, ESG and Chronicle, industry experts will map out what truly modern, end-to-end SecOps looks like and explain how to close the window of malware vulnerability, including the VMRay and Chronicle SOAR solutions.
Tune in to hear more about:
— The current malware threat landscape and where SecOps may be falling short
— How alert fatigue is draining MSSP triage capabilities
— Why VMRay and Chronicle SOAR offer a key point of differentiation for MSSP & MDR providers
— And much more