Incorporating OT Data into Your Security Operations Center (SOC)

The security operations center (SOC) is on the frontlines protecting businesses from increasingly sophisticated cyber threats. With the responsibility to monitor and respond to cybersecurity threats across the entire business, security operations leaders at industrial companies, hyperconnected facilities, and critical resource providers are feeling the pressure.

Oftentimes, these security leaders have extensive IT expertise, leaving them feeling like they’ve got IT data analysis, threat detection and response under control. But, what about the OT side?

As industrial control systems become increasingly networked, extending visibility and security to these domains is non-negotiable. Your existing SOC, regardless of its model, can benefit immensely from integrating OT data.

This guide provides practical strategies and recommendations for integrating OT data into your SOC using the latest technologies. You’ll get tips on how to:

  • Enhance OT visibility and detection with continuous monitoring
  • Prioritize high-impact threats and vulnerabilities to prevent material cyber incidents
  • Elevate analyst effectiveness with cross-training and integrated learning
  • Future-proof your IT-OT converged SOC

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Incorporating OT Data into Your Security Operations Center (SOC)
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Incorporating OT Data into Your Security Operations Center (SOC)

The security operations center (SOC) is on the frontlines protecting businesses from increasingly sophisticated cyber threats. With the responsibility to monitor and respond to cybersecurity threats across the entire business, security operations leaders at industrial companies, hyperconnected facilities, and critical resource providers are feeling the pressure.

Oftentimes, these security leaders have extensive IT expertise, leaving them feeling like they’ve got IT data analysis, threat detection and response under control. But, what about the OT side?

As industrial control systems become increasingly networked, extending visibility and security to these domains is non-negotiable. Your existing SOC, regardless of its model, can benefit immensely from integrating OT data.

This guide provides practical strategies and recommendations for integrating OT data into your SOC using the latest technologies. You’ll get tips on how to:

  • Enhance OT visibility and detection with continuous monitoring
  • Prioritize high-impact threats and vulnerabilities to prevent material cyber incidents
  • Elevate analyst effectiveness with cross-training and integrated learning
  • Future-proof your IT-OT converged SOC

Speakers

Incorporating OT Data into Your Security Operations Center (SOC)

The security operations center (SOC) is on the frontlines protecting businesses from increasingly sophisticated cyber threats. With the responsibility to monitor and respond to cybersecurity threats across the entire business, security operations leaders at industrial companies, hyperconnected facilities, and critical resource providers are feeling the pressure.

Oftentimes, these security leaders have extensive IT expertise, leaving them feeling like they’ve got IT data analysis, threat detection and response under control. But, what about the OT side?

As industrial control systems become increasingly networked, extending visibility and security to these domains is non-negotiable. Your existing SOC, regardless of its model, can benefit immensely from integrating OT data.

This guide provides practical strategies and recommendations for integrating OT data into your SOC using the latest technologies. You’ll get tips on how to:

  • Enhance OT visibility and detection with continuous monitoring
  • Prioritize high-impact threats and vulnerabilities to prevent material cyber incidents
  • Elevate analyst effectiveness with cross-training and integrated learning
  • Future-proof your IT-OT converged SOC

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