White Paper: An Introduction to Cyber Fusion Centers

Learn why cyber fusion centers are the future of the SOC

Security and IT spending are rising, driven by demand for the next silver bullet to protect organizations, their users, and customers. However, technology alone won’t build a collective defense, improve security-driven collaboration, or achieve a proactive and mature security practice. While technology is necessary to combat evolving cyber threats, a Cyber Fusion strategy enables organizations to achieve these outcomes by unifying their people, processes, and technology.

The solution, Fusion Centers, was first popularized by military and law enforcement, bringing security teams under a single roof with a shared vision. Today, enterprise and mid-market organizations have taken this one step further by creating Cyber Fusion Centers (CFC).

Through a unified cyber security strategy, teams become more efficient, gain complete threat visibility, bridge silos between functions, improve communication regardless of geography, and improve security posture to tackle threats like ransomware, phishing, and more.

Download this white paper to gain an introductory understanding of what a cyber fusion center offers security organizations of all sizes, how it can be implemented, and how it can benefit your team.

Key Takeaways

  • CFC platforms break down silos with a combination of SOAR functionality, enhanced threat intelligence, and situational awareness, enabling faster and more effective threat response.
  • Enterprises should look beyond their borders by engaging with intelligence-sharing communities like ISACs that help all members build collective defense within and beyond their borders.
  • Discover a solution to security challenges built upon SOAR—the Cyber Fusion Center (CFC)—and how it can improve collaboration and threat response.
  • Security teams are hamstrung by inefficiencies and collaboration challenges caused by a lack of integration between disparate security tools and processes.
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