Security Operations Center (SOC) as a service
Outsourced Security Monitoring to Reduce Cyber Risk and Improve Compliance
What is a Security Operations Center (SOC)
The NOC is usually responsible for monitoring and maintaining the overall network infrastructure, and its primary function is to ensure uninterrupted network service. The SOC is responsible for protecting networks, as well as web sites, applications, databases, servers and data centers, and other technologies.
A security operations center (SOC) can also be called a security defense center (SDC), security analytics center (SAC), network security operations center (NSOC),security intelligence center, cyber security center, threat defense center, security intelligence and operations center (SIOC). In the Canadian Federal Government the term, infrastructure protection center (IPC), is used to describe a SOC.
Security Operations Center (SOC) as a service with CyberSecOP
CyberSecOP provides superior Security Operations Center (SOC) Services offering 24x7 security operations center support.
Whether you're challenged with meeting IT budget demands, fighting new threat adversaries, or you are just looking for more efficiency around your compliance and security initiatives, we understand that all businesses are different, and that's why our Security Operations Center (SOC) Services are designed for that kind of flexibility.
Reduce the time to detect and respond to threats targeting your employees and endpoints. Our managed endpoint security services combine advanced detection, forensics, and 24x7 monitoring by our security analysts for expanded endpoint protection.
Benefit of Security Operations Center (SOC)
A SOC is related to the people, processes and technologies that provide situational awareness through the detection, containment, and remediation of IT threats. A SOC will handle, on behalf of an institution or company, any threatening IT incident, and will ensure that it is properly identified, analyzed, communicated, investigated and reported. The SOC also monitors applications to identify a possible cyber-attack or intrusion (event), and determines if it is a genuine malicious threat (incident), and if it could affect business.
A well-respected SOC-as-a-Service will ensure critical security controls are in place and operating for maximum benefit to detect security concerns
In many cases, a SOC-as-a-Service can leverage security solutions already in place to detect issues, reducing the need to acquire additional solutions
Fill gaps in the current security program, whether it’s achieving a specific security capability or building a SOC program from scratch
Threat intelligence analysts look for changes in attack landscape and to understand the latest trends in how adversaries are operating.
Any reputable SOC-as-a-Service will deliver comprehensive reporting that aligns with the requirements of regulations and cybersecurity standards
Complex and constantly changing security landscape, including finding and patching emerging vulnerabilities promptly
Gain access to extensive cybersecurity expertise, including a dedicated security advisor, senior security professionals, and day-to-day security operations staff
Address the complex and constantly changing security landscape, including finding and patching emerging vulnerabilities promptly
The most significant benefit of CyberSecOP SOC-as-a-Service is access to fully qualified security professionals, across a broad range of security disciplines, using state-of-the-art security solutions, at a fraction of the cost of an on-premise SOC. When selecting SOC-as-a-Service, it is important to make sure the service provider provides more than just managed security monitoring. Many providers are capable of delivering around the clock security monitoring but cannot address broader security concerns including proper incident response, vulnerability management, patch management, and compliance reporting. An emerging class of Security-as-a-Service providers can deliver far more than a basic Security-Monitoring or SOC-as-a-Service provider. Additional services should include executive-level cybersecurity advisory services and management of other fundamental security capabilities including vulnerability management, patch management, and compliance reporting.