In cyberwarfare, cybersecurity threats and attacks are constantly expanding and evolving. Due to the sophistication and modern approaches used by malicious actors, security professionals in Security Operation Centers (SOCs) are unable to deal with critical threats as effectively and quickly as possible.
In the evolving world of information technology, digital crimes are emerging by leaps and bounds and, therefore, making Incident Response (IR) and Security Operation Center (SOC) platforms mandatory. In fact, IR is an organized approach to address and manage the aftermath of a cyber-attack or security breach. On the other hand, SOC is a dedicated site where organizations’ IT systems such as networks, servers and data centers, databases, websites, and applications are assessed, monitored, and defended against cybersecurity incidents.