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Security Operation Centre (SOC)

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SOC REDUCES the gap between attackers’ time to compromise and enterprises’ time to detection

 

S O C is both a team and a facility dedicated and organised to prevent, detect, assess and respond to cyber security threats and incidents, and to fulfill and assess regulatory compliance

 

The gap between attackers’ time to compromise and enterprises’ time to detection is well documented in Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigations Report, and having a security operations center helps organisations close that gap and stay on top of the threats facing their environments.

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The Key Benefits of Security Operation Centre (SOC)

The SOC collects all the data from within the organisation and correlates with information from external sources, like threat exchange, news feeds, incident reports, threat briefs, and vulnerabilities alerts, which provide insights into vulnerabilities and helps in staying on top of evolving cyber threats.

Centralized Knowledge

With the myriad of attack vectors utilized by hackers to compromise a network, t

here is the possibility of some of them being overlooked. With SOCs, cyber-security experts are better equipped to have a complete overview of the entire network and potential
vulnerabilities. They are able to share and store relevant information centrally such that the entire SOC team has access to the same knowledge and are thereby better equipped to identify and neutralize threats.
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Cost Control

SOCs are generally more cost-effective than other cyber-security strategies. Wit

h the entire team in one location, businesses only have to contend with the cost of a single location. In contrast, with specialists scattered all over at different locations, businesses may have to pay for the use of multiple facilities or rooms, thereby resulting in increased operational expenses.
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Threat Reports

With a decentralized cyber-security strategy, potential threats may be reported

at more than one location. This may result in a delayed response to the reported threat because there may be a delay in getting the information to the responsible party. By the time the information is relayed and a response initiated, there may have been some significant compromise to the network. With SOCs, threats are reported at a single location and as a result, threat identification and response time are much quicker.
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Improved Collaboration

SOCs allow for greater collaboration and coordination among members of the cyber

-security team. Since they are in the same location, they are better able to work together and develop solutions to better monitor and protect a network. In addition, they are also aware of the tasks as well as activities of other team members and can ensure that they are not duplicating each other’s efforts.
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Skilled Expertise

With there being a shortage of skilled cyber-security specialists, SOCs provide

an avenue for businesses to readily locate and engage the services of skilled experts. A standard SOC team comprises cyber-security experts with diverse skill sets, therefore, team members can easily combine their skills to develop cyber-security solutions.
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Threat Monitoring

SOCs allow for enhanced and more sophisticated monitoring of business networks.

SOC teams typically have access to the latest threat monitoring and detection tools. As such, they are better able to recognize and contain threats. These tools enable them to spot potential network vulnerabilities and address them before they become an issue.
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Response Time

The response time to an identified threat or vulnerability is quicker with SOCs.

With enhanced threat monitoring and detection capabilities, SOC teams are able to rapidly respond to identified threats. In certain instances, the team may even be able to take proactive measures before a threat is identified. With a quick response time, the risk of network compromise is significantly reduced.
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Improves company culture

The Standard’s holistic approach covers the whole organisation, not just IT, and

encompasses people, processes and technology. This enables employees to readily understand risks and embrace security controls as part of their everyday working practices.
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Who Needs SOC?

Every organization who wants to protect their Information needs SOC service. Either in-house or Outsource you need a SOC.

Today, it is important for organisations to ensure that their IT infrastructure is well protected because it holds very valuable information and is an integral part of the company. SOC services provide deep insights into an organizations security posture and recommend the fixes and changes to ensure healthy IT infrastructure. It can be a very expensive affair to lose your data in case of a cyber-attack, but if you have SOC services in place, then it proactively detects incidents and ensures optimum safety.

What we are Offering?

  • MSP builds and operates the S O C with minimal involvement from the customer organization.
  • Detect, analyze, respond, report and prevent cyber security incidents.
  • Connect organization to the Threat exchange and shares the intelligence.
  • Creates a 360° view of security plane of organization.
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