Focus on the threats that matter most
In an era of ever-expanding attack surfaces, protecting against threat actors—from commodity malware, insider threats and crimeware to state-sponsored exploits, hacktivists and terrorists—has become an increasingly complex and time-consuming activity. Not all threats are created equal, and not all deserve your attention. Yet disconnected silos of prevention, monitoring and investigation technologies fail to weed out false positives; eliminate manual, repetitive actions; and focus responses. Security teams need a comprehensive solution that enables security operations centers (SOCs) to automate processes effectively, and detect and respond to threats that matter most.
What is the SOCWISE framework, or in other words: how do we work?
To provide a proven answer to that question, let’s go through the steps how we implement a next generation SOC. Already in the foreword we would emphasize that the human element represented by SOCWISE experts, the state of the art SOC processes and the advanced SOC platform technology all together play crucial role during the realization of a mature detection and response capability.
Get an idea from SOCWISE to build or develop your SOC!
Some CISOs have built their SOCs over time with a mix of internal and external resources. But, given the ongoing evolution of cybersecurity techniques and the need to constantly adopt new skills and tools, managing this mix is becoming increasingly complicated.
Benchmarking : The Key to Creating an Efficient Security Operations Center (SOC)
See how we built it, how it works, and what technologies we use!