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How do you structure your security team?
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#158
How do you structure your security team? 8 Years, 6 Months ago  
Hi, I have been struggling with this question for some time. Do I have one integrated security team looking after all aspects of IT security or should I have each system's team manage the respective security?

I mean is it better to have the security guys embedded within the respective systems teams (ERP, web, PCs, network etc..) or run security as a one cohesive team that manages all aspects of security in the organization?

There is pros and cons both ways, an integrated team is bound to have a full view but is likely to know less about each of the systems, security within the systems teams will know better about the systems they are working with but are likely to be less connected with the rest of the security guys in other teams leaving potential security halls.

What do you think?
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#164
Re: How do you structure your security team? 8 Years, 6 Months ago  
We follow a hub and spoke model, we have a core security team that owns the organization's security architecture and strategy, and spokes within the product teams that deploy the strategy.

We feel this does work for us. In general virtual teams tend to work well in my organization and security team is one good example of that.
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#168
Re: How do you structure your security team? 8 Years, 6 Months ago  
We also use a hub and spoke model for security, we find that this helps us address the security challenge from both direction, one the overall strategy, standards and architecture while the other is more product/domain specific.
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#175
Re: How do you structure your security team? 8 Years, 5 Months ago  
Not an easy way to answer, I have seen several models that seem to work. I tend to like the hub and spoke model because it balances the overall strategy with the product specific issues and capabilities.
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#204
Re: How do you structure your security team? 8 Years, 2 Months ago  
It depends on the size of the IT organization and the complexity of your IT infrastructure and applications.

But generally I have found the hub and spoke to work best.
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