Cyber Center Operations
The Next Generation
The cyber security landscape has changed dramatically over the past few years creating new challenges for those charged with protecting Federal systems and information. The public and private sectors’ cyber security efforts are matched, if not outpaced, by the sophistication of nimble opponents from other nations, cyber terrorists, cyber-criminal syndicates, malicious cyber intruders and fraudulent insiders.
With operations centers reporting a record number of incidents and threats originating from all directions – external (syndicated crime, foreign intelligence agencies, activists); internal (disgruntled employees, unintended disclosures); and supply chain (counterfeit hardware, unsecure software, poor coding practices), Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) can no longer just be security subject matter experts. Under the new Cyber Risk Management Ecosystem, CISOs become members of a larger community that is looking at the whole organization in determining ways to enhance mission focused services.
Deloitte is helping agencies develop and operationalize business focused Cyber Center Operations (CCO) support services to protect their networks, systems, applications and information in real-time as well as guard the confidentiality, integrity and availability of their data on a continuous basis. Our integrated, multi-level approach helps agencies develop and deliver more agile and adaptive cyber protection, detection, response and recovery operations services.
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