Security operations centers (SOC) comprise the people, processes, and technology that manage an organization’s cybersecurity strategy and its execution. Designing a security operations center architecture from the ground up or reorganizing an existing team will always revolve around these three components, and each necessitates specific considerations.
With so many organizations focusing on IT implementation and integration, chief information security officers (CISOs) and virtual CISOs (vCISOs) are more important than ever before. But the popularity of these roles means that CISOs are currently in very high demand, which may leave you wondering—are vCISOs in high demand, too?
A virtual chief information security officer (vCISO) provides outsourced cybersecurity executive and management services. Organizations may retain vCISO services for varying lengths of time or for specific security projects. Deciding how to choose vCISO services first depends on the needs of your organization.
If your organization is looking for solutions to its cybersecurity pain points, there is no shortage of potential routes to consider. One comprehensive approach is a security information and event management (SIEM) solution, whether standalone or integrated into other suites. When weighing other managed security services vs SIEM solutions, it’s essential to consider all the options available from a quality managed security services provider (MSSP). Let’s discuss.
An automated pentesting framework presents an efficient and robust solution to identify and mitigate any unforeseen cyberthreats. While the expertise and insight provided by a cybersecurity team conducting traditional penetration testing—or “pentesting”—is unmatched, automated solutions still provide organizations with significant benefits. From on-demand execution and fast turnarounds to insights that inform ongoing cybersecurity decisions and compliance efforts, your organization should consider implementing automated pentesting.
Cloud storage offers greater security and collaboration than many other modern storage options, but your network still requires proper setup and configuration to run as smoothly as possible. Make sure everything’s in order with our comprehensive cloud security assessment.
With rising cybersecurity concerns across various industries, over 90% of organizations have increased their IT security budgets. The complex and constantly evolving nature of cyberthreats calls for robust security infrastructure. However, many organizations lack the internal tools, technology, or skill sets to achieve optimal cybersecurity, thus need to rely on outsourced help.
Organizations of all sizes need to protect their information assets from ransomware attacks. This is especially critical for large enterprises with scores of servers, workstations, and users—all of which need protection from ransomware attacks.
Security operations centers (SOC) serve as the primary cybersecurity hub for an organization, comprising all relevant personnel, processes, and technology. Responsibility for such a critical organizational role creates substantial security operations center challenges.
Cybersecurity is equally as crucial for small and growing businesses as it is for larger, more established enterprises. This is because cybercriminals can train advanced attacks designed for larger businesses on smaller enterprises’ relatively less mature cyberdefenses.