Keep Your Organization Secure with a Trusted Managed SOC
Our Security Operations Centre (SOC-as-a-Service) delivers 24/7 advanced, next-generation managed threat detection and incident response services to safeguard your organization from emerging cyber threats ensuring regulatory compliance. Building and then managing an in-house SOC can be costly and complex. SOC as a service is an effective cost alternative option. Managed SOC provides access to an external team of cybersecurity experts and analysts to detect advanced threats.
We offer full fledge Managed SOC services, co-managed, or hybrid model at a fraction of cost to give you peace of mind and protection.
Why SOC as a Service?
Organizations are facing new security problems as cloud computing grows. Putting a high degree of security is not within the reach of many organizations. Choosing to outsource SOC services to Technophiles offers the organization’s expertise and skills to counter cyber threats directly and effectively. By mixing state-of-the-art technology with genuine human intuition, the trusted, controlled SOC from Technophiles provides accurate, actionable advice to keep your data secure. Our Managed SOC-as-a-service is ideally tailored for organizations that want to have a comprehensive understanding of what is happening within their network, both on the premise and in the cloud, in order to be able to respond to potential threats instantly.
What we cover?
With full transparency and a deep understanding of your full IT estate. We continuously monitor 24/7/365 across on-premise (physical & virtual), cloud (public & private) and hybrid infrastructures, endpoints (remote & local), and software (local & SaaS)
Technophiles SOC as a Service includes:
- Intrusion detection Services/Intrusion Prevention Services, network flow analysis.
- Managed security with monitoring.
- Incident & event reporting.
- Centralised dashboard.
- Scan is built on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) framework
- Events investigation in case of suspects
- Correlate events
- Alert prioritization
- Suspicious behaviour of the user
- Network traffic patterns and packets
- Root cause analysis
- Analysis and triage of malware
- Such as PCI, HIPAA, SOX, etc.