Security Transformation: SOC Programme Management
This study discusses the different types of activities that must occur for a successful security operations centre (SOC) transformation programme to take place. It establishes how the security programme can support business goals using the well-known Sherwood Applied Business Security Architecture-certified framework to scope the initial requirements to help deliver security services with regard to people, process and technology, ensuring the implementation of the security operation centre is achieved successfully. This study uses the example of the creation of a SOC to discuss how transformational requirements can be clarified using the results of a gap analysis to create a tracking document to ensure that cyber tools are correctly on-boarded when formulating the SOC. This study makes three recommendations that should be acted on by the end of the transformation programme for a successful SOC to be implemented.
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