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  • Identification of 5-6 relevant vendor
  • Tendering along the defined criteria

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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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Sales Director DACH for Cyberbit

 

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

A security operations center can be operated both internally and externally. Here, trained experts analyze information, primarily from a SIEM, but also from other sources. In many cases, this service is required 24/7, which is why it is often outsourced to external providers. In defined levels, the experts also react actively in the event of an emergency and, for example, shut down critical systems and support forensic measures.