SOC

Tech Titan provides a Security Operations Center, that leverages best of breed tools, emerging security technologies and expects human talent to combat modern day cyber threats.

Most company don’t have the time, money, expertise or personnel to maintain an effective security program 24x7x365. The 24×7 monitoring provided by a SOC gives you an advantage to defend against incidents and intrusions, regardless of source, time of day, or attack type.

What’s included in our SOC:

24×7 monitoring of
  • Managed Security Services (MSS)
  • Managed Detection and Response (MDR)

A security operations center monitors and analyzes activity on networks, servers, endpoints, databases, applications, websites, and other systems, looking for anomalous activity that could be indicative of a security incident or compromise.

SOC is responsible for ensuring that potential security incidents are correctly identified, analyzed, defended, investigated, and reported. Additional capabilities of SOC can include advanced forensic analysis, and malware reverse engineering to analyze incidents.

What is a Security Operations Center (SOC)

A security operations center (SOC) is a facility that houses an organized highly skilled information security team who are responsible to continuously monitor and improve an organization’s security posture around the clock while preventing, detecting, analyzing, and responding to cyber security incidents with the aid of both technology and well-defined processes and procedures.

What a Security Operations Center Does

A security operations center monitors and analyzes activity on networks, servers, endpoints, databases, applications, websites, and other systems, looking for anomalous activity that could be indicative of a security incident or compromise.

SOC is responsible for ensuring that potential security incidents are correctly identified, analyzed, defended, investigated, and reported. Additional capabilities of SOC can include advanced forensic analysis, and malware reverse engineering to analyze incidents.

Five Key Capabilities of SOC

Detection

Real-time analysis of events and alerts that are received by the client’s detection systems and the process of effective and focused threat identification.

Visibility

24/7 monitoring and surveying of the client’s relevant systems, in order to identify and isolate malicious or unauthorized activities.

Intelligence

Unique form of intelligence information collection from the indexed web, the deep-web and the dark-net.

Remediation

The process of eliminating the threat and enabling the organization to return to full business functionality in the most timely and cost effective manner.

Containment

Providing an immediate and appropriate response according to incident type.

Why do you need a Security Operations Center

The key benefit is the improvement of security incident detection through continuous monitoring and analysis of data activity. By analyzing this activity across an organization’s networks, endpoints, servers, and databases around the clock, SOC teams are critical to ensure timely detection and response of security incidents. The 24×7 monitoring provided by a SOC gives organizations an advantage to defend against incidents and intrusions, regardless of source, time of day, or attack type.

Business Benefits
  • Best-in-class prevention of cyberattacks
  • Minimal operational expenditures that scale the SOC with technology, not people
  • Minimal capital expenditures – decommission security point products and replace them with the natively
  • integrated Next-Generation Security Platform
Operational Benefits
  • Significant shift from manual, human-based processes and event analysis to machine-based automation, resulting in faster response times
  • Significant decrease in events per analyst hour, resulting in more effective use of human capital for more sophisticated analysis and threat hunting
Technical Benefits
  • Simplified security architecture
  • Make actionable use of threat intelligence feeds and subscriptions by automatically blocking malicious IPs