The RSA NextGen SOC services are designed to deliver customers a repeatable and sustainable service delivery framework that can enable organizations to transform current state reactive security programs into a predictive, intelligence-driven Advanced SOC.
What does SDF stand for?
SDF stands for Service Delivery Framework
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We have 239 other meanings of SDF in our Acronym Attic
- Screen Definition Facility
- Screen Door Film (Austin, TX)
- Search Dog Foundation (est. 1996; Ojai, CA)
- Secure Digital Facsimile
- Segment Delay Fault
- Self Defense Force (US DoD)
- Self-Defense Fleet
- Self-Defense Forces (Japan)
- Server Definition File
- Service Data Function (ITU-T & ETSI)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Using an ITIL-based service delivery framework, Unisys professionals provide end-user services from 20 managed services centers worldwide.
The IVFRT project has been developed to a secure and integrated service delivery framework that facilitates legitimate travelers while strengthening security.
All three municipalities have appointed steering committees, put in place remedial measures and reviewed their service delivery frameworks.
The project will develop and implement a secure and integrated service delivery framework that facilitates legitimate travellers while strengthening security," a government statement said.
11 billion would also include the modernisation and upgradation of the immigration services and would implement a secure and integrated service delivery framework to facilitate legitimate travellers and also ensure security.
These solutions include network convergence, targeted advertisement platform including sponsored services, IPTV, service delivery framework, number portability, professional services and services infrastructure.
They present this next-generation network technology through services examples and new business models, and address web convergence; the evolution to an all-IP architecture; IMS as a service delivery framework and service integration enabler; the service architecture and possibilities; deployment concerns and interoperability efforts; and new innovative services merging telecom and the internet.