- Anti-Virus and IDS integration in a SIEM
- Detection from signatures
- Manual analysis and response
Build the foundation gradually in order to achieve
to a mature SOC by 2025
An SOC is a facility that houses a security unit responsible for continuously monitoring and analyzing an organization’s security posture. The objective of the SOC is to detect, analyze and intervene in case of cybersecurity incidents. It does this by using a combination of technology devices and a set of processes to detect and escalate incidents so that teams can respond quickly. With the increase in the number of cyber attacks, the SOC is becoming an increasingly important element of your company’s security.
The term SIEM is common among companies that care about the security of their data and their overall operations. Indeed, it is a tool that allows to manage at the same time security events and information within a company. On the one hand, the SIEM will record logs and analyze them in order to monitor in real time the compliance of IT events with a previously established process. On the other hand, the tool will ensure Security Information Management, i.e. the collection of security data and the necessary compliance analyses. In concrete terms, the SIEM will allow a company to centralize all security information in a single tool. Data collected from antivirus software, firewalls, servers, anti-theft protection and operating systems of all kinds will be analyzed in a single tool, leaving nothing to chance.