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  • Management lecture
  • Knowledge Forum E
  • Governance, Riskmanagement and Compliance
  • Managed Security Services / Hosting
  • Network Security / Patch Management
  • SIEM / Threat Analytics / SOC

Increasing cyber resilience through modern "detection & response" approaches

Modern Security Operations Management in Times of Skilled Worker Shortage and Lack of Know-How

10/27/2022 11:30:00 AM – 10/27/2022 11:45:00 AM
On site
  • Management lecture
  • Knowledge Forum E

Modern Security Operations Management in Times of Skilled Worker Shortage and Lack of Know-How

Language: German

Questions and Answers: No

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The introduction of an Information Security Management System (ISMS) is a necessary and important, but not sufficient building block for the establishment of cyber resilience of companies or public authorities. Since there can never be 100% security, there are now also many legal security regulations (such as BSI IT-Grundschutz, IT-SiG 2.0, KRITIS, etc.) that require the establishment of technical and operational capabilities for continuous attack detection and response.

This primarily involves the following two core tasks that security operations management should ensure:
(a) the continuous proactive detection, assessment, and remediation of vulnerabilities and cyber risks
b) the continuous reactive early detection and elimination of security incidents.

In times of increasing shortage of skilled personnel and lack of know-how, many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) , government agencies, universities and clinics have implemented the processes and operational tasks, however, these urgently needed activities are

- either still manually and product-specifically without holistic context accomplished
- or in some cases only carried out on a random basis, as this requires a high level of human resources.

However, in order to now meet these so important requirements, Cisco Systems (Cisco) and the German Society for Cybersecurity (DGC) have entered into a partnership.

Together, Cisco and DGC provide the ideal technical and operational capabilities to help customers ensure cyber resilience.

DGC's German-operated Cyber Defence Operations Center (CDOC), with its modern operational "managed detection & response" approach, is built on the technological foundation of the Cisco SecureX (eXtended Detection & Response) platform. The additional integration of DGC's CyberScan with SecureX for vulnerability and malware detection provides further context, offering tailored, automated and streamlined security operations management specifically for government, municipal enterprises, education, healthcare and SMEs.

Find out in an interactive presentation, which I will create together with the CTO of DGC, Mr. Janek Maiwald, what added value DGC's modern managed detection & response service based on Cisco technology offers you and how you can take your own cyber resilience to the next level through continuous security operations management. more


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