Security Operations Briefing

2 hours
Increased visibility, elimination of alert fatigue, improved analytics—these are just a few of the secure business outcomes required by mature security operations programs. A security operations center, or SOC, seeks to monitor all systems on an ongoing basis. In this age of rapidly advancing technology, this is no easy task.

Goals & Objectives

In this briefing we will discuss the capabilities and benefits of an intelligent security operations architecture, along with vendor-specific capabilities and innovations. We work with your key stakeholders to understand your long term-vision and strategy to secure your network. 

WWT has a deep understanding of security operations: how people, process and technology logically come together to transform an organization. We have consultative expertise to align, integrate and accelerate your network security strategy. These capabilities, combined with our world-class partnerships with both traditional OEM solutions and rapidly-developing tech startups, make WWT an unparalleled security partner.

Topics Covered

  • Removing obstacles to secure the network
  • Hidden challenges that can "sink" your desired outcomes
  • Aligning existing investments to industry standards
  • Market landscape: Leaders, contenders, disappointments
  • Preferred solutions: Where WWT sees the most value
  • Customer success: How WWT drives value and outcomes
  • WWT's advisory and engineering services

Our team of experts will also work with your organization to identify several "next steps" that can be taken to address your challenges, whether through deep-dive workshops, assessments or services engagements.

What is a briefing?

A briefing is a scheduled event with a WWT subject matter expert, typically in person or live via Webex, who will present an overview of topics, technologies, capabilities or market trends. Attendees have the opportunity to ask questions specific to their organization. Briefings are delivered at no cost.

Who should attend?

Security Director, Security Manager, Security Architect, Security Analyst