To help customers expedite their security maturation journey, Splunk Professional Services recently unveiled the Splunk Security Maturity Framework. It’s a data-driven approach, based on countless learning from the field, to enable customers to align their strategic and tactical goals with the critical capabilities of the Splunk Security Suite.
In this series of Tech Talks, we will first provide you with an overview of Splunk Security Maturity Framework. Subsequent sessions will go in-depth into how Splunk Security Maturity Framework can impact the three critical components of any SOC: people, process, and technology.
Best Practices for Maturing Your SOC from Splunk Professional Services
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Best Practices for Maturing Your SOC from Splunk Professional Services: People
Ensuring your SOC has the right folks in the right roles is critical to success. Our Splunk Professional Services team has determined the essential roles every SOC needs to stay ahead of threats. Providing your team with the right tools and training helps ensure continued success in the constantly changing security landscape. Join this Tech Talk to learn best practices to support the foundational piece of every SOC: its people.
Best Practices for Maturing Your SOC from Splunk Professional Services: Process
Clear processes play a major role in the success of high-performing SOCs. Crystal clear governance and workflow communications are vital to ensuring your SOC can respond quickly in worst case scenarios. Join this Tech Talk to learn best practices about reporting and metrics for dashboards and visualizations. You’ll also learn how to integrate risk analysis into your overall strategy to elevate your security operations.
Best Practices for Maturing Your SOC from Splunk Professional Services: Technology
SOCs need to evaluate their technological strengths and weaknesses to position themselves for success. The ability to proactively use your tools to identify discrepancies in your environment helps ensure that someone else won’t identify them for you. In this Tech Talk learn how to identify the necessary data sources to ingest to cover essential use cases. You’ll also learn about our risk reduction framework.