Building an Intelligent SOC

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Follow along with Gartner Analyst Oliver Rochford and ThreatConnect CEO Adam Vincent as they detail how to build an intelligent SOC. Learn why the traditional SOC is failing and what changes are needed to bring intelligence, automation, and adaptability to your security operations.

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Why the traditional SOC is failingThe 5 characteristics of an intelligence-driven SOCHow to understand and plan for your security needs

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Oliver Rochford is a Research Director in Gartner Research’s Infrastructure Protection team. His research focuses on security management solutions and services, advising clients on topics such as vulnerability management and assessment, SIEM, and other security management technologies, as well as MSSPs.

Adam is an information security expert and is currently the CEO and a founder at ThreatConnect, Inc. He possesses over a decade of experience in programming, network security, penetration testing, cryptography design & cryptanalysis, identity and access control, and a detailed expertise in information security.

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ThreatConnect® enables organizations to identify, manage, and block threats with threat intelligence, automation, and orchestration. Providing security teams a platform to unite their people, processes, and technologies behind an intelligence-driven defense, ThreatConnect helps increase visibility into networks and integrates with defensive tools to close the gap between threat detection and response.
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