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How to Design a Future-Ready Security Operations Centre (SOC)

Published by Adarma Security

Staying adaptable and agile in the face of change

Staying secure, adaptable, and agile in a rapidly evolving landscape where threats are constantly mutating requires more than just keeping up – it demands a proactive threat-led approach to cyber resilience.

Our latest report, How to Design a Future-Ready SOC, lays out a detailed blueprint for building a Security Operations Centre (SOC) that tackles today’s challenges while anticipating and preparing for tomorrow's threats.

Download now to discover:

  • The key characteristics of a future-ready SOC, including flexibility, scalability, and a proactive threat-led approach to detection and response.
  • Strategies for overcoming the limitations of a traditional SOC design, from vendor lock-in to tool sprawl.
  • How to affordably acquire the data your SOC needs and gain holistic observability across your entire digital estate.
  • Checklists for implementing a future-ready SOC and how to achieve the best results that deliver tangible value to your business.
  • The Architecture Playbook, which covers data pipelining, federated detection and response, continuous posture assessment, and purposeful adoption of machine learning and AI.

If you have any questions or would like to speak to one of our consultants about the strategies outlined in the report, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at hello@adarma.com.

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