Published on 13 Mar, 2012
|The case study focuses on Microsoft's deployment of Perspective in Global Security Operations Centers
PPM 2000 Inc., the industry’s leading developer of Incident Reporting and Investigation Management software, has published a new case study on the use of their flagship application, Perspective, throughout Microsoft Global Security.
This insightful look at a real-world application focuses on Microsoft’s deployment of Perspective in all three of their Global Security Operations Centers (GSOCs)—Redmond, Washington, Reading, United Kingdom and Hyderabad, India.
The case study speaks to the fundamental design and principles behind the GSOCs, the various ways in which Microsoft Global Security integrates Perspective into its operations and three specific types of losses that Microsoft is reducing based on Perspective’s actionable intelligence. Brian Tuskan, Microsoft’s Senior Director of Global Security Technology & Investigations, shares his thoughts on Perspective and highlights the differences it has made… “by trending with Perspective, we changed our security approach and cut laptop thefts in half.”
Throughout the case study, readers get a feel for the innovation and technology paramount in Microsoft’s approach to security and how Perspective has helped them track and respond to threats, reduce the labor required for data collection, empower the entire Microsoft workforce to report incidents and, ultimately, deliver cost savings, scalability and business continuity.