Welcome to the Security Operations Center (SOC)

Cybersecurity can pose a daunting business challenge for small and midsize enterprises (SMEs). At its most basic level, information security shares the same composition of other critical business processes: People: Security analysts and incident responders who perform threat prevention, detection and response functions Process: The operational workflows involved in threat prevention, detection and response Technology: The security tools needed for log aggregation, correlation and analysis These people, processes and technologies represent the core components of the security operations center (SOC). End-to-End Cybersecurity The purpose of the SOC is to fulfill core cybersecurity functions, including: Real-time threat detection and response 24/7 monitoring and log correlation 360-degree unified visibility Threat hunting and investigation An organization’s inability to address all of these security pillars risks compromising its capacity to protect itself…

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