Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) & Security Operations (SOC)
Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) & Security Operations (SOC) provide a real-time analysis of security alerts from within an organization’s network to maintain a secure environment while ensuring continuity of business operations.
Why do you need Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) & Security Operations (SOC)?
Organizations are continuously expanding their operations and opening up new channels through which to serve customers and collaborate with business partners. This leads to a vast and complex array of systems, applications, and data. At the same time, organizations face continuously evolving threats and an increasing set of regulatory pressures. Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) and Security Operation are comprehensive and powerful analytical skills to enhance security controls of an organization and mitigate existing risks at the same time.
EGS can work with you to build and deliver a Security Information & Event Management (SIEM) solution and operational security to reduce the risk to you. Our unique approach leverages our security experience and knowledge to consider:
Use of information – What information is required and how can this be efficiently aggregated and stored to demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements in the industry and countries in which your organization operates?
Proactive approach – What are the possible threats facing your organization and likelihood of occurrence? How can you detect when they occur? How can you stay ahead of the vulnerability/exploit curve to proactively protect your organization from future threats?
Layered security – How can event monitoring be used to augment your layered security approach and prioritize security incidents?
Effective model – What operational security model would work effectively in your organization? How can monitoring, incident investigation, and response activities be formalized and measured for success?
Increased efficiency – How can contextual information be leveraged and manual compliance activities be automated to increase the efficiency of your security operation?