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What's Your Cybersecurity Architecture Integration Business Plan?
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Jack ONeill
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Jack ONeill,
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5/26/2020 | 3:33:04 PM
Re: Your cybersecurity architecture integration experiences
This is an excellent job of shining light on a topic that isn't typically thought about! Integration issues and limitations run rampant in the SaaS space because software providers see integrations as an afterthought. The one-to-one connector approach we've seen as the standard just doesn't work when organizations are constantly adding new platforms into their environments. Take a look at SOFTwarfare. We offer a secure integration platform that connects alll of your cybersecurity solutions, we manage those integrations moving forward to prevent connnector breaks, and give organizations the ability to authenticate user access and manage the flow of information down to the data point level.

 
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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4/29/2020 | 8:10:46 PM
Long-term
SPIFs, however, are somewhat nascent, are typically tied to other commercial cybersecurity products, and require a long-term commitment in order to realize the benefits. Long term relationship with the security vendors would help I say.
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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4/29/2020 | 8:09:03 PM
Frameworks
While developing this business plan, many organizations will no doubt discover that a patchwork of one-to-one cybersecurity product integrations is unwieldy, unreliable, and ultimately ineffective If you have to use many different products you need to implement a good integration so it is effective rather than more problems.
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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4/29/2020 | 8:06:54 PM
Re: Your cybersecurity architecture integration experiences
Are integrated single-vendor platforms now your preference, or do you favor the functionality of best-of-breed products? This is really a good question, it would depend on the needs I guess.
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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4/29/2020 | 8:06:04 PM
Re: Your cybersecurity architecture integration experiences
Are vendors making it easier, or is it as tough as ever? This depends on the vendors, we saw both positive and negative impacts.
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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4/29/2020 | 8:04:20 PM
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Enterprises turn to new vendors and new types of products in search of something they're missing. And they do not consider security of those siloed products.
EricParizo
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EricParizo,
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4/28/2020 | 12:59:57 PM
Your cybersecurity architecture integration experiences
I encourage readers to share their experiences regarding how they've succeded (or failed) in getting their cybersecurity products to work together.  Have you found value in doing so, or is it largely an exercise in futility? Are vendors making it easier, or is it as tough as ever? Are integrated single-vendor platforms now your preference, or do you favor the functionality of best-of-breed products? Thanks!


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