A Security Operation Center (SOC) is a centralized location where an information security team monitors, detect, analyze and respond to cyber-security incidents, generally on 24/7/365 day. DeshCyber, consists of both security analysts and engineers, oversees all activity on your servers, database, network, application, endpoint devices, websites, other critical applications.
We identify threats and analyze them, investigate the source of threats on any vulnerabilities discovered and prevent a similar occurrence in the feature as well, and we deal with security problems in real-time as well as continually seeking ways to improve the organization’s security posture.
Simply put, Deshcyber SOCs offer assurance that threats will be detected and prevented in real-time. Looking at a big-picture perspective, our SOCs team can provide:
- Quick Response: Our SOC provides a centralized, complete, real-time view of how the entire infrastructure is performing from a security standpoint, even if you have several locations and thousands of endpoints. You can detect, identify, prevent, and resolve issues before they cause too much trouble for the business.
- Protect customer trust: Consumers are already skeptical of most companies and are worried about their privacy. Creating an SOC to protect consumer and customer data can help build trust in your organization. And of course, preventing breaches protects that trust.
- Lower& minimize operations Cost: While many organizations think establishing a SOC is cost-prohibitive, the cost associated with a breach — including the loss of data, corrupted data, or customer defection — is much higher. Additionally, SOC personnel will ensure that you’re using the right tools for your business to their full potential so that you won’t waste money on ineffective tools.
What our SOC team do
Our SOC Team leads to real-time incident response and drives ongoing security improvements to protect the organization from cyber threats. By using a complex combination of the right tools and the right people to monitor and manage the entire network, a high-functioning SOC will provide
- Proactive, around-the-clock surveillance of networks, hardware and software for threat and breach detection, and incident response.
- Expertise on all the tools your organization uses, including third-party vendors, to ensure they can easily resolve security issues.
- Installation, updating and troubleshooting of application software.
- Monitoring and managing of firewall and intrusion prevention systems.
- Scanning and remediation of antivirus, malware and ransomware solutions.
- Email, voice and video traffic management.
- Patch management and whitelisting.
- Deep analysis of security log data from various sources.
- Analysis, investigation and documentation of security trends.
- Investigation of security breaches to understand the root cause of attacks and prevent future breaches.
- Enforcement of security policies and procedures.
- Backup, storage and recovery.
Our SOC is made up of highly skilled security analysts and engineers, along with supervisors who ensure everything is running smoothly. These are professionals explicitly trained to monitor and manage security threats. Not only are they skilled in using a variety of security tools, they know specific processes to follow if the infrastructure is a breach
We have adopted the hierarchical approach to manage security issues, where analysts and engineers are categorized based on their skillset and experience. We have a team with the following structure:
- Level 1: The first line of incident responders. Our security professionals watch for alerts and determine each alert’s urgency as well as when to move it up to Level 2. Level 1 personnel manage security tools and run regular reports.
- Level 2: This personnel usually have more expertise, so they can quickly get to the root of the problem and assess which part of the infrastructure is under attack. They will follow procedures to remediate the problem and repair any fallout, as well as flag issues for additional investigation.
- Level 3. At this level, personnel consists of high-level expert security analysts who are actively searching for vulnerabilities within the network. They will use advanced threat detection tools to diagnose weaknesses and make recommendations for improving the organization’s overall security. Within this group, you might also find specialists, such as forensic investigators, compliance auditors, or cybersecurity analysts.
- Level 4: This level consists of high-level managers and chief officers with the most years of experience. This group oversees all SOC team activities and is responsible for hiring and training, plus evaluating individual and overall performance. Level 4s step in during crises, and, specifically, serve as the liaison between the SOC team and the rest of the organization. They are also responsible for ensuring compliance with organization, industry, and government regulations.