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Overhauling the 3 Pillars of Security Operations
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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
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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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