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Cyber attacks have become a frequent and costly occurrence. Today’s operating environment contains multiple factors that result in dynamic vulnerabilities and threats, with increasingly destructive and complex impacts. The cost to victim organizations is being measured in $100 millions and billions of dollars.
Organizations attempting to respond to this complex environment often face or create additional challenges due to poor people, process, and technology decisions. Separations in both organizational boundaries, SOC shift structures, and integration and automation of processes inhibit collaboration and prevent rapid containment and resolution of cyber events.
The Cyber Fusion Center (CFC) is a multidisciplined approach that integrates cyber threat intelligence with security and technology operations and response. This integration drives the proactive, defensive actions that protect critical technology and data assets.
“The cost to victim organizations is being measured in $100 millions and billions of dollars.”