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How a Security Command Center Simplifies the Data Deluge

Experts Discuss How a Command Center Helps Security Teams Get Real-Time Alerts
Anil Aleppy, associate director of architecture and solutions, Datametica, and Abdul Muneem, co-founder and director, Brio Technologies

How does a security command center help reduce false positives and improve visibility? Anil Aleppy, associate director of architecture and solutions at Datametica, and Abdul Muneem, co-founder and director at Brio Technologies, discuss how to manage all threats and vulnerabilities in one command center.

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"There is a sea change in how we look at threats and vulnerabilities," Aleppy says. "For one, we can see all our threats and issues in one place. When we see this deluge of information, it helps you to do a mind map to digest all of that, especially since all threats are classified according to severity."

Muneem points out the ease of implementation of a security command center. "SCC gives you the ability to have control over things. For example, when you are getting started, would you want to start at an organization level or project level? SCC seamlessly integrates with your existing SIEM and SOAR platforms."

In this video interview with Information Security Media Group at ISMG's Dynamic CISO Excellence Awards and Conference, the two also discuss:

  • How cloud-native SCC has helped improve visibility;
  • How SCC helps with real-time alerts;
  • The right way to deploy SCC.

Aleppy is a Google-certified professional cloud architect. Before joining Datametica, he was a senior project manager at Cognizant.

Muneem enables small and midsized businesses to adopt, manage and optimize cloud technology. He has more than 20 years of experience in working with platforms including Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, AWS and SAP on Cloud.

About the Author

Suparna Goswami

Suparna Goswami

Associate Editor, ISMG

Goswami has more than 10 years of experience in the field of journalism. She has covered a variety of beats including global macro economy, fintech, startups and other business trends. Before joining ISMG, she contributed for Forbes Asia, where she wrote about the Indian startup ecosystem. She has also worked with UK-based International Finance Magazine and leading Indian newspapers, such as DNA and Times of India.

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