What is SOC
Cyber Security Challenges In SOC
- Internal inefficiencies undermining security analytics
- Security Analytics as a big data issue
- Cloud migrations
- Open Threat Intelligence for Next-gen
The Benefits Of Our Services
When you outsource your SOC requirements to SecuriCentrix, you gain ongoing personalised support and advice through our security operations centre.
- Certified experts
- Cutting-edge detection technology
- Advanced security analytics
- Integrated intelligence
- Incident response
- Stakeholder reporting
Acting as a virtual extension of your in-house team, a managed SOC relieves you of the day to day security responsibility
Key functions of a Managed SOC include:
Why Choose Us
Today’s attacks are often undetectable via traditional means and are designed to evade and subvert detective controls and conventional monitoring solutions. However, maintaining detection rules and controls which keep pace with the escalating cybercrime race can be challenging for even the most well-resourced organisations. The highly experienced security experts and analysts at SecuriCentrix help protect your environment efficiently and effectively due to our exposure to a broader range of threats.
Frequently Asked Questions
A security operations center (SOC) is a centralised function within a company that employs people, procedures, and technology to continually evaluate and improve the company’s security posture while preventing, detecting, analysing, and responding to cybersecurity concerns.
Organizations will be able to detect and respond to attacks sooner, preventing further harm. A security operations center will also help you satisfy regulatory requirements such as security monitoring, vulnerability management, and incident response.
Analysts should be able to use information from SOC technology to detect vulnerabilities and prevent breaches by monitoring network traffic, endpoints, logs, and security events. When your platform identifies suspicious behaviour, it should generate an alert signalling the need for further investigation.
The team within an organisation responsible for Detecting, preventing, investigating, and responding to cyberattacks is known as a Security Operations Center (SOC).
The SIEM (or similar system) serves as the core of a security operations center, gathering event data from various infrastructure and threat detection components such as the firewall, database server, file server, email, web server, active directory, and endpoint monitoring software.
SecuriCentrix’s security services are designed to provide the vital assistance needed to make tangible improvements to your organisation’s cyber security posture.
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