The SOC triad addresses the CISO’s security challenges
Today’s dynamic threat environment presents CISOs with difficult and unique challenges. They need security solutions that make their SOC more adaptive and responsive, all while reducing complexity and increasing effectiveness. They also need to build stronger security teams within tight budget constraints.
In Gartner’s research report, “Applying Network-Centric Approaches for Threat Detection and Response” published March 18, 2019 (ID: G00373460), Augusto Barros, Anton Chuvakin, and Anna Belak introduced the concept of the SOC Visibility Triad. The SOC Visibility Triad helps CISOs meet these critical challenges by increasing security visibility and response capabilities across the infrastructure.
Capabilities of the model include the fusion of:
- Endpoint detection and response (EDR)
- Network detection and response (NDR)
- Security information and event management (SIEM)
How does SOC Visibility Triad address these challenges?
By tying together EDR, NDR and SIEM tools into a well-integrated whole, SOCs can detect advanced threats that masquerade as benign processes on endpoints, communicating via encrypted network tunnels. Having immediate visibility into the entirety of the attack, SOC teams gain confidence and respond more quickly and decisively.
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