Building efficient SOC

Find the Correct MSSP or Build an Efficient SOC? (Part 1)

Introduction

Whether you are a CIO or chief executive of your company, the headlines of cybersecurity threats and attacks might be worrisome for you. There is always a question about how to ensure the cybersecurity of the organization to avoid financial, compliance and reputational risks. Today, to deal with ever-growing, fast, and sophisticated cybersecurity threats and attacks, enterprises either find the correct MSSP (Managed Security Service Provider) or build an efficient SOC (Security Operation Center). In either case, the role of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) are indispensable.

In this article, we will detail how organizations choose either MSSP or build SOC and how SIEM and SOAR solutions play a crucial role in the MSSP and SOC security solutions.

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The role of SOAR for MSSP

Role of Soar for Managed Service Security Provider (MSSP)

Introduction

In the world of digital warfare, internet security has become a daunting task. Cybersecurity threats and attacks; even state-sponsored cyber-attacks are to the fore. Therefore, achieving effective cybersecurity without a few knowledgeable security practitioners and sophisticated toolset is out of the question. We should not depend so much on many security analysts in the age of automation and orchestration.

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Cyber Risk Management Framework

Data is regarded as the most valuable asset in today’s business world. The examples of critical data include e-commerce data, e-banking data, and Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Therefore, data security is, and data breaches have become an international concern for individuals as well as organizations. The role of the Cybersecurity Risk Management Framework (RMF) in data security is indispensable. The RMF provides a structured, disciplined, and flexible process for managing the privacy and security risks that include information security categorization, control selection, assessment, and implementation, as well as system and control authorization and continuous monitoring.

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How to Initiate a Threat Hunting Program?(Part 2)

How to Initiate a Threat Hunting Program (Part 2)?

6.   Responding to Threat or Vulnerability

In the previous steps, analysts have gathered enough data to answer their hypothesis. Two types of situations can occur. Either the real threat is found or the vulnerability is detected. In both cases, analysts action is necessary. The analysts must respond immediately when a real threat is identified. However, if there is any vulnerability, they should also resolve this before it becomes a really big nightmare.

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