Security Operations Center (SOC)

A security operations center (SOC), also known as an information security operations center (ISOC), is a group of IT security experts, either internal or external, who continuously observe an organization's complete IT framework around the clock. Their aim is to swiftly and efficiently identify and resolve cybersecurity incidents as they occur.


Security Event Monitoring

Continuous monitoring of network, traffic, security logs, event data, and other sources to identify potential security incidents.


Alert Analysis & Investigation

Real-time identification, categorization, and correlation of security events to detect patterns and analyze anomalies.


Threat Detection & Response

Triage and examination of security incidents, determining its scope and impact, containing and mitigating the threat, and assisting in restoring normal operations. The soc team follows predefined incident response playbooks and collaborates with relevant stakeholders.


Cyber Threat Intelligence

Collection and organization of threat intelligence feeds and external sources to stay up to date with the latest threats, attack techniques, vulnerabilities, and indicators of compromise. This information helps soc analysts in understanding emerging risks and adapting security strategies accordingly.


Security Engineering

  • Siem administration
  • Use case engineering
  • SOC playbook development
  • Security tools engineering & management (PAM, SWG, SEG, NGFW, IDS/IPS, NAC, etc.)

Vulnerability Management

  • Continuous vulnerability assessment
  • Attack surface management

Manage Detection & Response

  • Comprehensive cybersecurity service that combines advance threat detection, incident response, continuous monitoring and containment to proactively identify and mitigate security threats.
  • Goes beyond SOC by adding active, real-time response to detected security incidents.

Security Testing

  • Source Code Review
  • Static and Dynamic application security testing
  • Web and Mobile applications
  • Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing

Breach Management

  • Planning and Deployment
  • Breach Exercises
  • Incident Response and Recovery
  • Digital Forensics