The 5 Characteristics of an Intelligence-Driven SOC

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Download Security operations centers (SOCs) must be architected for intelligence, embracing an adaptive security architecture to become context-aware and intelligence-driven. Security leaders should understand how intelligence-driven SOCs use tools, processes and strategies to protect against modern threats. Learn about how you can set up, manage and mature the SOC team in your organization.

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