Enterprise Implementation Best Practices: Behavioral Threat Detection for Sexual Harassment
We have discussed that with technology currently available, you can combine commercial network traffic and synthetic data generation technologies to provide rich content that mirrors real-world network traffic with configurable threat patterns contained within the traffic data.
Imagine if you were responsible for implementing a solution for detecting and preventing sexual harassment within your system’s network. Would it not make sense to procure this solution in a fashion where vendors could be quantifiably evaluated based on your actual network and sexual harassment criteria? And the awarded contract would include these same metrics as Service Level Agreement (SLA) criteria so that you would know the solution was implemented and operating over time correctly?
For those of you operating on the buy side of the Enterprise consider implementation best practices where you are not only trusting what the vendor is telling you the system is doing, but also verifying and holding the vendor to its commitments.
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