Cloud SecOps Program Datasheet v3

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The Threat Stack Cloud SecOps Program enables companies of all sizes to securely leverage modern infrastructure and DevOps, without straining security or opera ons teams. The program hinges on the idea that, to reduce risk without taxing resources, DevOps principles (like shared goals, automa on, and con nuous feedback) need to be applied to security prac ces too. To start building your Cloud SecOps program, a Threat Stack security architect assesses your current security prac ces against the Threat Stack SecOps Maturity Framework, then helps you priori ze, set goals, and put a plan in place. Meanwhile, Threat Stack Security Engineers work to op mize the Threat Stack Pla orm in the context of your unique environment, providing you with ac onable recommenda ons to further reduce your risk and increase efficiency. Follow a roadmap to SecOps Maturity The value of applying DevOps principles to development and opera ons is well understood, but fewer organiza ons are holding up a DevOps lens to their security prac ces. The Threat Stack Cloud SecOps Maturity Framework offers five core principles with achievable stepping stones to gradually bridge security and opera ons to for fy your infrastructure. Threat Stack's team of cloud security experts will advise you on how to implement the right monitoring and control capabili es so you can feel confident you're taking the right steps to reduce risk. Threat Stack Cloud SecOps Program D ATA S H E E T Expand the capacity of your team and achieve your cloud security goals Expand the capacity of your security and ops teams at a fraction of the cost Maximize the value of the Threat Stack Pla orm by bringing in our team of experts configure rules and integra ons for your unique environment, instead of hiring full- me engineers. Once you're up and running, a Threat Stack security engineer will monitor your environment, aler ng you of poten al incidents and helping you understand what happened. During regularly scheduled check-ins, you'll review curated data and receive advice on how to strategically reduce your risky configura ons and processes, so you can be sure you're se ng the right goals before you set out to achieve them. Make compliance an enabler for positive, lasting security changes Compliance is tradi onally viewed as a business decelerator that pulls resources from other pressing projects. However, by following SecOps best prac ces, you can implement automated monitoring and controls to help achieve compliance and reduce risk without slowing down the business. To save you me and resources, Threat Stack security engineers can help your organiza on build rulesets to meet technical por ons of compliance requirements like PCI DSS, SOC 2, ISO 27001, and HIPAA. 55% of organizations reported that open cybersecurity positions take at least three months to fill ISACA STATE OF CYBERSECURITY REPORT

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