When thinking about the modern security operations center (SOC), it’s clear that security touches every part of the business in today’s enterprises. This means the SOC analyst team—which many perceive as a dark war room separated from everyone else—must become more integrated with teams from across the company, from product development to sales to the C-suite. As this new dynamic proliferates, CISOs need to become the biggest advocates for the SOC team’s ability to develop processes and acquire resources.
They also have to stand up for them in the board room. Here are four ways CISOs can communicate to their boards to advance the interests of the SOC analysts:
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