A Cost Analysis of Global Security Operations Centers as a Service
With average security budgets above the $4 million mark, a more than 50% increase over the previous year,companies should likely expect fewer losses and greater security. However, a Price Waterhouse Coopers study indicates an increase in losses greater than $10 million.
Companies that have invested in access control and video surveillance—and even security guards who patrol their facilities and respond to alarms—often fail to ensure a return on their investment and are vulnerable to millions of dollars in loss and liability.
This cost analysis explores whether employing a well managed Global Security Operations Center as a Service (GSOCaaS) offering is a cost-effective way for companies to obtain global, scalable-security, at a fraction of the cost.