The missing piece in your Cybersecurity infrastructure
First of all, you need to protect your business, and no matter if we are talking about users, IT assets, or intellectual property, cybersecurity is the most sensitive area that needs management support. Second, you always need to think about laws or compliance like HIPAA, GDPR, NIS directive, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act that adds more pressure on the IT team. Having an external dedicated SOC is more efficient than building your own. Security is about people, processes, and tools, and we have it all.
We combine advanced knowledge from our cybersecurity seniors’ experts and train our Level 1 SOC team to be more just “eyes on glass.” We define a new concept, SOC Level 1.5, where we have an efficient process to stop most of the attacks or escalations. We save time for SOC Level 2, 3 to hunt for incidents coming from alerts or perform forensic on different scenarios.
- SOC 24/7 eyes on glass proactive monitoring
- Preparation & prevention maintenance
- Alert triage & management
- Incident response management & coordination
- Penetration testing
- Vulnerability management
- Log aggretation management & correlation
- RCA & investigation
- Red Team exercise
- State of the art security architecture (both on premise and on cloud)
- Enhance overall security posture of your organization
- Implement Security Frameworks & Standards
- Create policies & procedures
- Automate security across all enforcement points
- Gain full visibility in your security environment
- Increase operational efficiency
Audit & Compliance
- Control-based risk assessment and gap analysis
- Security audit vs CIS 20, NIST, HIPAA, CPA, DPA, GDPR or NIS frameworks
- Backup and DR assessment
- Vendor management program
- Data governance & data recovery capabilities
- Data loss prevention program
- RIsk management program
- Training & awarness campaigns management
CyberSecurity Operation Services
SOC 24/7 Services
A Managed SOC (Security Operation Center) is a subscription-based service that provides an information security expert team responsible for monitoring and analyzing an organization’s security posture on a 24×7 basis. The SOC team’s mission is to identify, analyze, and respond to cybersecurity incidents using a combination of technology solutions, processes, and well-trained people.
Our team analyzes activity on network infrastructure, servers & services, endpoints (including mobiles), applications, websites, and any other systems that reside in your environment, looking for abnormal behavior that could be the signs of a security incident or network compromise. The SOC is responsible for ensuring that potential security incidents are correctly identified, triaged, analyzed, defended, investigated, and reported in a timely manner.
Incident response management & coordination
Incident response services represent a structured and organized approach to address and manage the outcome of a security breach or cyberattack. The primary scope is to quickly identify and block attacks, mitigate the impact and prevent future similar attacks. Our CIRT (Computer Incident Response Team) will lead the incident reaction efforts in case of an attack. Our security experts team will use a dedicated set of policies and procedures to properly identify, contain, and eliminate cyberattacks.
Penetration testing (or pen testing) is an authorized simulated attack where our cyber-security experts attempt to find and exploit vulnerabilities in your IT infrastructure. This simulated attack’s main goal is to properly identify any weak spots in a cybersystem’s defenses that attackers could use to access your systems.
Penetration tests usually simulate various attacks similar to the ones a cybercriminal might use against your business. Our experts might examine whether your IT system is secure enough to resist attacks from authenticated and unauthenticated positions, as well as a range of system roles.
In the generic sense, a security vulnerability is a weakness that allows cybercriminals to gain access and compromise a device or a piece of software. Vulnerability management is the continuous process of identifying, evaluating, handling and reporting on security vulnerabilities for network and infrastructure devices, systems, endpoints, and the software that runs on them. This process needs to be performed continuously in order to keep up with new devices being added to networks, changes that are made to systems, with the new software that is installed on the devices, and the discovery of new vulnerabilities over time.
Red Team Exercise
A red team exercise is a simulated cybersecurity attack, where our security team will act as an adversary and attempt to identify and exploit any potential weaknesses with your security posture. They will use both sophisticated attack schemas, where we are talking about social engineering, or use the network infrastructure to gain access to relevant data. The Red Team Exercise will also evaluate your processes, and test the defensive capabilities of your security teams in all possible ways. The main goal is to identify any potential breach in your defense, so it can be fix before a real security breach occurs.
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