Cyberattacks come in all shapes and forms. They are everywhere, and whether you know it or not, you’ve likely been a victim of one at some point. Even an occasional look at IT news will tell you just how widespread cybercrime is and how many areas of life it affects. Yet many of us don’t have more than a superficial idea of how cyberattacks work, where they originate, and how severe their repercussions can be.
The SANS Institute released its 2019 SOC Survey report – Common and Best Practices for Security Operations Centers – earlier this month. The survey was designed to “provide objective data to security leaders and practitioners who are looking to establish a SOC or optimize their existing SOCs”. The average size of the SOC teams represented in the survey was 10, with a majority of the respondents based either in North America or Europe, and drawn predominantly from the cybersecurity industry, followed by government, banking and finance, technology, and a few others.
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