Using Automation to Update a SOC3 Experts Discuss Role of XDR, Review Key Steps
How can organizations update their SOCs to ensure they keep up with evolving cyberthreats? Three experts - Sean Duca of Palo Alto Networks, Anish Ravindranathan of Tata Digital and Rishi Rajpal of Concentrix - offer insights.
In a video interview with Information Security Media Group, the panelists discuss:
- How XDR - Extended Detection and Response - improves SOC capability;
- How to design a SOC to address today's threat landscape;
- Which SOC functions should be automated.
Duca is the vice president and regional chief security officer for the Asia-Pacific region and Japan at Palo Alto Networks. Previously, he spent 15 years in a variety of roles at Intel Security, most recently as CTO for the Asia-Pacific region.
Rajpal is vice president of global security at Concentrix. He has more than 20 years of global experience in information security, with a specialization in risk management, security tools and technologies, compliance and privacy.
Ravindranathan is a security architect at Tata Digital. He directs his team through tactical response procedures to prioritize, detect, analyze and investigate cybersecurity incidents. He previously led cybersecurity incident response at General Mills.