Some examples of why you might need a SOC include:
What Is A Security Operations Center (SOC) and How Does It Work?
A SOC is a centralized function within an organisation employing people, processes, and technology to continuously monitor and improve an organization’s security posture while preventing, detecting, analysing, and responding to cybersecurity incidents.
A SOC acts like the hub or central command post, taking in telemetry from across an organization’s IT infrastructure, including its networks, devices, appliances, and information stores, wherever those assets reside. The proliferation of advanced threats places a premium on collecting context from diverse sources. Essentially, the SOC is the correlation point for every event logged within the organization that is being monitored. For each of these events, the SOC must decide how they will be managed and acted upon.
What is it really?
A SOC is a group of specially trained staff that can deliver a combination of security services to help protect and proactively improve an organization’s security posture as a managed service by analysing data produced by the technology in-use for breaches or potential breaches.
What does a SOC do?
The key aims of a SOC are:
We have nearly two decades of experience in handling cyber security operations, while D2NA provides advanced technical skills and subject-matter expertise to mitigate security threats. Our SOC network experts assures you the complete security of your company while detecting and cleaning threats, vulnerabilities, and malware at the earliest stage.
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<https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/guidance/security-operations-centre-soc-buyers-guide> [Accessed 18 February 2022].