Security Tools Rationalization Workshop
The rising concern of cyber breaches within the enterprise has organizations grappling to figure out, just how secure are we? Having purchased numerous security solutions, it is critical for an organization to understand if and how these solutions are adequately protecting the infrastructure and securing vulnerable data.
What to Expect
Work with WWT experts to assess your current security tools portfolio and develop a prioritized list of recommendations to improve security posture. In this workshop, we'll cover the following:
- Identify existing challenges in securing the enterprise.
- Discuss important use cases currently not implemented.
- Review the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF).
- Assess existing toolsets for security coverage and relevance.
- Provide actionable recommendations for next steps.
Goals & Objectives
Our Security Tools Rationalization Workshop is an on-site event for your security and operations teams. Security tools will be evaluated against the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Our subject matter experts will assess whether your organization has the pervasive enterprise visibility, granular security control and rapid response capabilities required to deliver secure business outcomes (Commercial) and/or mission success (Federal).
What is a workshop?
A workshop is a working session for technology decision makers, architects, engineers and line-of-business representation to meet with WWT subject matter experts, engineers, program/process management and sales teams to evaluate or compare how specific strategies and technologies are deployed within your organization. These are paid engagements with predefined outcomes and deliverables (e.g. action plan, high-level architectural design, proposal or quote for project implementation). They may take place in person or via video conference and can last between 4 hours to 5 days.
Who should attend?
Security Director, Security Manager, Security Architect, Security Analyst
The workshop will generate a detailed mapping of an organization's existing security toolsets positioned against the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, along with a detailed plan of action to address security gaps, tool overlap, and opportunities to decommission obsolete tools. Certain workshops will prompt a statement of work for engineering and/or advisory services that accelerate customer-defined business outcomes.