Build an Efficient SOC
Many organizations don’t rely on outsourced security solutions such as MSSP. Rather, they prefer building their own SOC to combat nefarious cybersecurity threats and attacks. However, it is vital to know how an effective SOC is built and what should be its essential security ingredients. Generally, an effective SOC involves:
Over the past couple of years, the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution has been recognized as an effective tool in the Security Operation Center (SOC) of organizations. Whether it comes to managing the multiple tools or meeting the compliance standards, SIEM has always been playing its crucial role. However, since there is a multitude of SIEM solutions available in the IT market today, selecting the right one is an extremely important but difficult task for enterprises. To this end, organizations must be familiar with the benefits of SIEM technology.
In this article, we will explore a 5-point checklist that would help you when you evaluate a SIEM system for your company.
Today’s cybersecurity threats such as Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are more dangerous than ever. Even the traditional security systems such as antivirus programs are unable to prevent them due to their sophistication and uncontrollable frequency. In order to prevent the menace of cyber threats and attacks, now companies are looking for multiple layered security to enhance their cybersecurity posture more effectively. This is the reason we use File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) together to safer the world.
In this article, we will detail and FIM, SIEM, and then the benefits of integrating FIM with a SIEM solution.
With the ever-evolving threat landscape, cybersecurity is something that can neither be taken lightly nor ignored. This statement holds true irrespective of the size of your business. Although from a marketing perspective, every type of publicity is a good publicity, you would definitely not want your company to come into the headlines for a data breach.