One central location for all your security operations – a SOC helps you take action quickly

The core of a Security Operations Center (SOC) is the permanent monitoring of a defined IT environment with regard to security-relevant events. This usually involves analyzing log files and/or data traffic for suspicious information. The aim is to uncover threat scenarios (‘Detect’) and the subsequent, individually appropriate counter-reaction (‘Response’).

A SOC selection process can be complex, with costs and service levels varying significantly among vendors. We guide you through the entire process, all the way to operational use.

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Bosch CyberCompare is the independent purchasing platform for CyberSecurity and your partner for the procurement of IT, OT and IoT security.
We will help you find the right provider in 4 steps and will be happy to advise you:

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We help you define the right requirements

2

We will tender your
security project anonymously

3

You receive an objective
comparison of provider offers

4

You decide on the best offer
– gladly with our support

Reach out now

Our service for you

Bosch CyberCompare is the independent purchasing platform for CyberSecurity and your partner for the procurement of IT, OT and IoT security.
We will help you find the right provider in 4 steps and will be happy to advise you:

1

We help you define the right requirements

2

We will tender your
security project anonymously

3

You receive an objective
comparison of provider offers

4

You decide on the best offer
– gladly with our support

Perspective from one of our experts

I recommend that any company with revenues over $50 million or 100 employees should start looking at a SOC.

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Matthias v. Knobelsdorf

Sales Director DACH at Cyberbit

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Nehal Thakore

Bosch CyberCompare Country Head UK

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Nehal.Thakore@bosch.com

Our whitepaper

How Security Operations Center detect threats and enable rapid counter-response

A Security Operations Center (SOC) has the task of permanently monitoring your IT environment with regard to security-relevant events. This usually involves analyzing log files and/or data traffic for suspicious information. The aim is to detect threat scenarios and initiate appropriate countermeasures (‘response’).
In this whitepaper, we address the key issues in the specification of requirements, as well as success criteria in the selection process.

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Simeon Mussler

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