Security and IT teams rank improved collaboration as a top priority for the coming year. However, it’s not always an easy path to create true collaboration between teams. 83 percent of respondents state that IT and Security Teams have a negative relationship, according to a recent Forrester study.
Security and IT teams moving to a more consolidated approach can tap into benefits including fewer security breaches, improved IT hygiene, and the ability to quickly identify, contain, and remediate threats.
How does this collaboration take place? What are the technologies that need to be in place for these teams to work together toward a common goal? What are the challenges faced?
Join experts Elizabeth Schultheisz, Bob Plankers, and Katherine Chipdey as they discuss how security and IT teams can collaborate. Gain insights including:
Katherine Chipdey | Solutions Engineer
Bob Plankers | Sr. Technical Marketing Architect
Elizabeth Schultheisz | Product Line Marketing Manager