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Overhauling the 3 Pillars of Security Operations
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caniwisteve
caniwisteve,
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9/23/2018 | 11:05:16 PM
Ahhh - it makes sense. Overhaul the 3 pillars of context, coverage and collaboration
Modernizing organisation need people, process technology that:

1) understand the 'context' of data sources

2) has the 'coverage; of key data sources (instead of leaving gaps in areas with growing attack vectors)

3) enables 'collaboration' across the whole stack (DevSecBizOps) using AI to reduce human analysis factor
virtualphil
virtualphil,
User Rank: Apprentice
9/18/2018 | 12:55:04 PM
Something new
Was this written in the 2000? 

https://www.mn.uio.no/ifi/english/research/groups/is/events/architecture-seminar/bygstad.pdf

"In his much cited article "Dismantling the silos: extracting new value from IT investments in public

administration" (2001) Frank Bannister analysed the growth of silo systems in the public sector."

Data silos have been A KNOWN ISSUE since 2001!

Have anything new to offer than react 100x faster? Does that imply man-machine interface becase I do not believe you can get a 100x speed improvement fromm the human side of the equation.  Maybe we need to hire an additional 99 to 1 people to make this work?

Would have been nice to actualy define what the 3 pillars are and what you propose they become. I do not see anything like that here.


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