Authenticity, Leadership, and Support are Key to Work Culture
Few organizations have the right tools, people, and processes in-house to effectively manage their security program around-the-clock while proactively defending against new and emerging threats. As a result, organizations are increasingly looking towards managed detection and response (MDR) services to run their security operations program with Sophos.
According to Gartner, by 2025, 50% of organizations will be using MDR services (this is up from less than 5% in 2019).
However, the security services marketplace is relatively new to many, and can be filled with false claims and confusing technical jargon Services Buyers Guide. Making an educated decision for your organization is increasingly difficult. This guide provides clarity by walking you through the key considerations when choosing an MDR service. It also enables you to see how MDR providers stack up against one another, helping you make an informed choice.
Security operations requires skilled professionals
The development of a work culture always starts with a company’s leaders, as they have the biggest influence on the team. For many companies, leaders have a tendency to stand their ground from a position of power, rather than build trust by being authentic and vulnerable. This leads to a culture where results take priority over the individual. Performance is essential, but not at the expense of the individual – otherwise that performance cannot be sustained.
The cybersecurity industry is experiencing a massive gap in talent and experience. As a result, organizations are struggling to build effective security operations (SecOps) programs to detect, investigate, and respond to threats before damage occurs to know more about Services Buyers Guide.
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