Socwise logo

IMMEDIATE MAXIMUM SECURITY LEVEL!

Today, trusted Security Surveillance is a business critical service, as in many cases, security issues, data leaks, and data loss can jeopardize the company's market value. It is in the interest of every company to ensure that your business is protected proportionately to the risks, and we support you in doing so.
HOW?
SOC icon
SOC involves a dedicated combination of technology tools, processes, and people to collect, manage, and investigate security incidents.
target icon
Implementing a complete security monitoring system is expensive, and running it requires continuous resources, complex processes, and providing the necessary specialist resources is a major challenge.

Why do our partners choose us?

What I like in their SOC service is, that I can concentrate on strategic and management initiatives, as having the reports, we only need to participate at true positive, high severity incidents.
Actually team was so flexible, that they answered any security related requests that I ever made.
Péter Streit – CISO – Cetelem Bank
Cetelem Logo

Why SOCWISE SOC?

NEXT GENERATION SOC (ADVANCED)
we provide always a precisely tailored service
We are an EU Service Center, prepared for GDPR, ISO 27001, PCI-DSS compliance
We utilize latest Machine Learning and AI features of leading defense tools
We full visibility – events, logs, packets and user behavior
MITTRE Att&ack framework is used for use case and rule management
We also have a unique solution for industrial environments (OT)
Up to 7x24 operations, in tailored SLA model
Vulnerabilty management – threat risk based approach
CTI service and consulting
On premise and remote service available
Our solution is highly scalable

SOC as a service

Extensive experience, continuously developing knowledge base.

We have developed our solution to provide our customers with a complete Security Management solution as a standard service, which can be upgraded to a full range of outsourced services by increasing the service package if required.

learn more

socwise blog

The NIS 2 Directive has been published. What’s next?

On 27th of December 2022, the Commission of the European Union published the NIS2 Directive (furthermore: Directive), which will enter into force on 16th of January 2023, and Member States have to transpose the provisions into their national legislation until 17th of October 2024. In this article, I will summarize what is new in the […]
read more

Malware reverse engineering in a SOC

Before we dive deep into malware reverse engineering (MRE), it’s worth talking a little about the steps that precede it. There are a multitude of technologies that were designed to help detect malicious codes, such as antivirus tools, EDR systems, and various kinds of sandboxes. These all utilize static and dynamic analysis techniques to reveal […]
read more
1 2 3 11
crossmenu