SOC-as-a-Service is a 24x7 cyber threat monitoring and response service. As your devices generate logs and events, they are collected and transmitted to the cloud in near time (within 15 minutes of data collection), for automated correlation. Thousands of security correlation rules enable speedy evaluation of millions of network events to identify suspicious irregularities. In the event of an irregularity, iCorps Advanced Security Engineers receive actionable alerts to assess for false positives, investigate security incidents, and respond to targeted attacks. Our SOC monitors for potential threats, including:
Our SOC can be offered as a standalone offering or an enhancement to our existing managed security solution. Additional services, such as vulnerability management, are available.
Protect your employees' identities against internal and external threats.
Monitor servers and workstations for unauthorized activity.
Safeguard edge devices against local or cloud-based cyber threats.
Secure cloud applications, such as Microsoft 365, through proactive monitoring and endpoint protection.
iCorps SOC-as-a-Service combines Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) technology, established threat intelligence, suspicious activity, and network security incidents to keep your organization secure. Not only can SOC-as-a-Service enhance your overall security posture, but also:
With SOC-as-a-Service, your organization also receives executive-level and in-depth technical reports. These provide a high-level overview of the type, and number, of threats your network is facing. Our experts can use this intelligence to inform proactive security strategies going forward.
Detect potential threat activity like command and control connections, denial of service attacks, data exfiltration, and reconnaissance.
Identify threat-like behavior in your systems such as impossible logins, multi-factor bypass, coordinated attacks, and rogue agents.
Monitor suspicious behavior like unauthorized access to cloud mailboxes, admin changes, impossible logins, and brute force attacks.