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HPE State of Security Operations 2016

A look inside the performance of cyber defense organizations

The 2016 report summarizes data gathered during maturity assessments of top cyber defense organizations performed by HPE and shares key security trend insights.

The goal of the State of Security Operations is to expose common mistakes and valuable lessons to be learned to drive the capability of cyber defense teams as organizations move into the fifth generation of security operations centers.

The assessments have uncovered interesting findings:

  • 25% of cyber defense organizations failed to score a security operations maturity model (SOMM) level 1
  • Just 15% of assessed organizations have achieved the ideal composite maturity score of level 3
  • A quarter of security organizations still operate in an ad-hoc manner with undocumented processes.
  • 85% of organizations are not achieving the recommended security operations maturity levels—even lower than last year’s findings

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Security Intelligence and Operations Consulting (SIOC) has assessed 114 SOCs with 154 assessments since 2008. The maturity assessments include organizations in both public and private sectors, enterprises across all industry verticals, and even managed security service providers. Geographically, these assessments include SOCs located in 26 countries across six continents. This is the largest available dataset about the state of cyber defense and enterprise security operations.

What are you doing to reduce your organizations security risk? Download the 23-page HPE State of Security Operations 2016 today and discover how Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and Security Operations Center (SOC) solutions can help increase the effectiveness of your organization’s SOC.

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A look inside the performance of cyber defense organizations

The 2016 report summarizes data gathered during maturity assessments of top cyber defense organizations performed by HPE and shares key security trend insights.

The goal of the State of Security Operations is to expose common mistakes and valuable lessons to be learned to drive the capability of cyber defense teams as organizations move into the fifth generation of security operations centers.

The assessments have uncovered interesting findings:

  • 25% of cyber defense organizations failed to score a security operations maturity model (SOMM) level 1
  • Just 15% of assessed organizations have achieved the ideal composite maturity score of level 3
  • A quarter of security organizations still operate in an ad-hoc manner with undocumented processes.
  • 85% of organizations are not achieving the recommended security operations maturity levels—even lower than last year’s findings

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Security Intelligence and Operations Consulting (SIOC) has assessed 114 SOCs with 154 assessments since 2008. The maturity assessments include organizations in both public and private sectors, enterprises across all industry verticals, and even managed security service providers. Geographically, these assessments include SOCs located in 26 countries across six continents. This is the largest available dataset about the state of cyber defense and enterprise security operations.

What are you doing to reduce your organizations security risk? Download the 23-page HPE State of Security Operations 2016 today and discover how Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and Security Operations Center (SOC) solutions can help increase the effectiveness of your organization’s SOC.