NetSecOps: Examining How Network and Security Teams Collaborate for a Better Digital Future


Network teams and security teams have fundamentally opposite missions. Network teams strive to give users reliable access to IT applications and data, while the security team aims to limit that access as much as possible. This dynamic leads to cultural disconnects, turf battles, and misaligned processes. However, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) has found that network and security teams are putting those days behind them.

According to new EMA research, 84% of enterprises are seeing increased collaboration between their network and security teams. This NetSecOps convergence allows these teams to support new technologies, such as hybrid, multi-cloud architecture, and secure access service edge (SASE). 

Join EMA Vice President of Research Shamus McGillicuddy for a webinar that highlights his newly published market research report, “NetSecOps: Examining How Network and Security Teams Collaborate for a Better Digital Future.” You will get research highlights and learn more about:

  • What causes network and security team collaborations to fail
  • How network data, especially packets and DNS logs, play a critical role in partnerships between network and security teams
  • Why network automation and network monitoring tools are critical to collaboration
  • How SASE and multi-cloud are impacting collaboration



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Shamus McGillicuddy, Vice President of Research, Network Management, EMA

Shamus McGillicuddy
VP of Research