As threats continue to rise, especially those aiming to steal data and/or money from organizations, businesses need to be more prepared than ever before. 82% of cloud users have experienced some type of security threat resulting from confusion over who is responsible for securing the environment.
Whether you’re running an environment that’s cloud-based, on-premises or a mixture of both, you need to make sure you’re taking the right precautions to keep cybercriminals out.
But how do you do that?
A SIEM is a great start – giving you visibility into each and every security product and/or control in place, but there’s an even more efficient method.
BlueHat Cyber provides SOC-as-a-service (SOCaaS) wherein we give you a set of people, technologies, and processes to analyze data from your information systems. Call (775) 284-4210 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
SOC, also known as security operations center, combines people, technologies, and processes to receive and analyze reports or logs from your information systems – allowing you to rest assured that any potential threat coming in will be identified and remediated before the hacker can complete their mission.
If you’ve already invested in a SIEM, this is a great way to make sure you’re getting a return on that investment because you get an additional team that includes:
You might be wondering… Why go beyond investing in a SIEM?
A SIEM is a great start, but you need the behavioral analysis side to aid in breach detection efforts. For the average company, a SIEM might work well because there aren’t many threats to triage, but in a larger company, SOC services give you that additional layer wherein you know that no matter how many critical and high alerts come up, they’re all handled immediately.
A SOC-as-a-service will give you additional capabilities, such as:
This goes above and beyond the traditional detection and response capabilities when you’re leveraging a managed SIEM – giving you peace of mind knowing threats are handled regardless of source, time of day, and type of attack.