Detecting, analyzing, responding to, reporting on, and preventing cybersecurity incidents is the role of security operations center (SOC) analysts. These SOC analysts heavily rely on a variety of security tools to help them monitor and manage risk in an environment of rapidly evolving security threats and compliance requirements.
However, without continuously monitoring these tools, systems are left vulnerable to risk and non-compliance. In fact, through 2023, Gartner predicts that 99% of firewall breaches will be caused by firewall misconfigurations, not firewall flaws. If this is true for firewalls, what about the other tools you have implemented and are accountable for?
Executives are clamoring for an easy way to keep a finger on the pulse of the security hygiene of their organization — to ensure the tools they have are doing what they are designed to do, to understand business impacts in terms of dollars that security risks pose. Intelligence, automation, encrypted communications, and other technologies need to work together in order to deliver an integrated solution that confidently secures operations.
We are seeing the convergence of Cybersecurity and Operations, and the resulting benefits both the business and IT. Ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of critical business applications should not be the sole responsibility of a department; rather it’s a responsibility that’s placed on IT as a whole. Our Secure Operations, Compliance & Monitoring solution provides:
- Real-time monitoring of health, availability and security and business applications
- Real-time visibility and control of all your systems and endpoints
- Cyber hygiene for enterprise security
- Secure communications and collaboration founded on the principles of zero trust
- Security orchestration and automation to reduce mean time to identify and mean time to respond