Practice shows that cybercriminals often take the opportunity to infect a company network unnoticed for months before an attack is carried out. Unfortunately, many companies and organizations are not yet sufficiently prepared to detect and prevent this. Security Information Event Monitoring (SIEM) by our own Security Operations Center (SOC) offers the solution for this. By collecting data from various sources, and by applying smart analysis and correlation techniques, suspicious activities and information flows in your company network are detected. Monitoring your IT environment is a continuous process.
By applying Security Orchestration & Automated Response (SOAR), action can be taken automatically in suspicious situations. Infected systems can be automatically quarantined to prevent infection of the rest of the network and to allow further investigation. Because this can be done fully automatically, it actually offers continuous protection against cybercriminals.
In a modern IT landscape, one cannot rely on a single layer of IT security at the perimeter of the corporate network. The laptops, tablets and telephones that users work with are sometimes active within the network, but increasingly also outside it. From an information security perspective, we must therefore assume that such a device can become infected. The consequence is that the contamination can nestle in your IT landscape, resulting in disruption of your business continuity or ex-filtration of (confidential) information. Monitoring these so-called endpoints is therefore becoming increasingly important in order to quickly detect and eliminate a threat.
With modern Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) capabilities, detection rules in combination with machine learning technology and user behavior make it much easier to determine whether something unusual is taking place. The response options immediately ensure that automatic intervention can be made so that malware cannot simply spread in your organization.
Security Information Event Monitoring (SIEM) through our in-house Security Operations Centre (SOC) provides the solution.