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24x7 Security Operations Center to Prevent Cyber Threats

What is a Security Operations Center (SOC)?

A Security Operations Center (SOC) is an essential facility within any organization that prioritizes cybersecurity and the safety of its digital infrastructure. Operating around the clock, the SOC is designed to proactively monitor, prevent, detect, investigate, and respond to potential cyber threats. This continuous vigilance ensures that any security incidents are addressed swiftly and effectively, minimizing potential risks and damages.


Core Functions of a Security Operations Center (SOC)



The SOC’s primary role involves continuous, around-the-clock monitoring of the organization’s network to ensure constant vigilance over potential security threats. This ongoing surveillance is crucial for the early detection of unusual activities that could signify security breaches. By maintaining an unwavering watch over the network, the SOC ensures that the organization’s cybersecurity posture is proactive rather than merely reactive.

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In cybersecurity, the principle that prevention is better than cure holds paramount importance. The SOC implements robust security measures designed to prevent unauthorized access and potential threats before they compromise the network. This proactive stance involves deploying advanced security protocols, maintaining up-to-date defense systems, and ensuring all organizational assets are shielded against emerging threats.

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Detection involves the identification of potential security threats as soon as they manifest. SOC teams use sophisticated tools and technologies to recognize signs of malicious activity. When something suspicious is detected, it triggers an alert, prompting SOC analysts to swiftly gather detailed information and prepare for a thorough investigation. This quick detection is vital for minimizing the potential impact of security threats.

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Once a potential threat is detected, SOC analysts conduct a comprehensive investigation to determine the nature of the threat and assess how deeply it has penetrated the organization's infrastructure. Analysts employ a strategic approach by examining the network and operations from an attacker's perspective, identifying vulnerabilities and indicators of compromise. This stage combines in-depth knowledge of the organization's systems with the latest in global threat intelligence, informing the SOC team about attacker tools, techniques, and tactics.

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Following the investigation, the SOC team coordinates a swift and effective response to mitigate and remediate the issue. Immediate actions may include isolating infected endpoints, terminating malicious processes, and deleting corrupted files to prevent further damage. In the aftermath of an incident, the team focuses on system restoration and data recovery, which may involve resetting systems, applying necessary patches, and deploying backups to restore operational integrity.

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What is SIEM and its Contribution to SOC Operations?

SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) technology is pivotal in the realm of cybersecurity, especially within Security Operations Centers (SOCs). It acts as a sophisticated framework that gathers, normalizes, and analyzes extensive security data from a myriad of sources across an organization’s IT infrastructure. This includes data from network devices, servers, databases, and applications, thereby providing a holistic view of the security landscape.

Benefits of SIEM

Benefits of SIEM in SOC

By integrating SIEM into SOC operations, organizations significantly bolster their cybersecurity defenses, ensuring a proactive stance against threats and a comprehensive strategy for incident management and compliance.

  • Enhanced Threat Detection : SIEM systems aggregate and correlate data across sources, boosting the SOC team's ability to detect advanced threats. This analysis reveals subtle anomalies and patterns that indicate security breaches.

  • Real-Time Monitoring and Visualization : SIEM provides immediate insights into security events through real-time processing and intuitive dashboards, allowing for quick identification and resolution of anomalies.

  • Streamlined Incident Response : SIEM prioritizes alerts to enhance incident management, enabling SOC analysts to swiftly address the most critical threats and optimize resource allocation.

  • Regulatory Compliance and Forensic Analysis : SIEM supports compliance by securely logging and archiving security data, which is vital for compliance audits and forensic analysis post-security incidents, offering insights into attack patterns and vulnerabilities.

Advanced Security Technologies: UEBA, SOAR, and OT Security

Enhancing Cybersecurity with UEBA (User and Entity Behavior Analytics)

UEBA technology represents a significant advancement in cybersecurity, focusing on detecting anomalous behavior and potential threats. By analyzing the actions of users and entities across the network, UEBA helps identify unusual patterns that may indicate compromised credentials, insider threats, or external attacks. This proactive detection is essential for mitigating risks before they escalate into major breaches.


Streamlining Responses with SOAR (Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response)

Incorporating SOAR solutions enhances the efficiency and effectiveness of security operations. By automating routine tasks and orchestrating complex processes across various security tools, SOAR significantly reduces the time it takes to respond to incidents. Customizable playbooks ensure that every alert is handled according to a predefined workflow, thereby standardizing response strategies and minimizing human error.


Safeguarding Critical Infrastructure with OT Security (Operational Technology Security)

As operational technologies in critical infrastructures like manufacturing plants, utility facilities, and transport networks become increasingly interconnected with IT systems, the need for robust OT security becomes paramount. OT security strategies are designed to protect these systems from both cyber and physical threats, ensuring the safety and reliability of essential services. Implementing stringent cybersecurity measures along with rigorous physical controls helps shield these vital systems from disruptions.

OT Security

The Security Gap

Product V/S Use-case

Product V/S Use-case

Security technology investment is primarily product/OEM driven rather than use case driven

Great Resignation

Great Resignation

The need to build resilience into security talent pool amid the great resignation wave

Alert Fatigue

Alert Fatigue

Coping up with a near-constant barrage of alerts and complex security incident and event management (SIEM) tools

Low Perceptive ROI

Low Perceptive ROI

Cybersecurity confidence rattled by continued investments, but with negligible to no results

Lack of visibility to identify genuine threats for risk management

  • Lack of visibility to identify genuine risk
  • Perpetually changing threat landscape
  • Inefficient IT security budget allocation
  • Complexity in regulatory compliance
  • Hard to find cybersecurity expertise
  • Unaware employees & insider threats
Key Business Challenges

Rethink Your IT Security

Major Milestones

  • Installing and Integrating Telemetry
  • Writing Correlation Rules
  • Laying down processes - Incident management, change management etc.
  • Steady state is all about generating Monitoring dashboard, Alerts and Reports


  • Focus remains on Log collection and Security takes the backstage
  • Majorly ‘Out-of-the-box’ rules, difficult to test in the real environment
  • Manual processes, Loosely defined Playbook/Runbooks
  • Cyber landscape changes every day, and so should SOC

Major Milestones

  • Well-defined security strategy and use cases
  • Mapping the use cases with Telemetry (Understanding the difference between Forensics and Active Monitoring)
  • Using API Framework for proper Playbook and Runbook Integration
  • Simulation Based Operations


  • Clarity on what are we going after
  • Use-Case based Telemetry selection
  • Putting existing investments into their best use
  • Continuously Improving and updating the SOC

Improve Your Organization’s Security Posture

Virtual CISO Service

CISO Assist

  • Risk Assessment
  • Security Policy Development
  • Incident Response Planning
  • Cyber SOC-BOT Model
  • Cyber Workforce Development
Detect & Respond
Detect, Respond & Resolve

Cyber Intelligence Center

  • VAPT
  • Cyber Monitoring Services
  • Cyber Remediation & Management
  • Threat hunting Services
  • Security Automation
  • OT Security
  • Breach Attack & Stimulation

Our Cyber Security Management Capabilities

Threat Hunting

Behavior analytics, Incident response and Breach response

Breachability Score

24X7 vulnerability & Configuration watch

Threat Intel Engineering Service

Open-Source Intelligence, Dark & Deep web Intelligence, Multi Vendor feeds

Detection Service

Custom use-case based Correlation. & IOC, Attack Pivots, Lateral movements, UEBA monitoring

Response Automation

Security Orchestration and Automation Response

Attack Simulation & Training

Attack Simulation & Response Testing. Cybersecurity Trainings.


Recon & Detect

Managed Incident Response




24x7 Event Monitoring Services

Access Profile

Threat Profile

24x7 Device Managed Services

SOC Engineering Services | Threat Use-Cases Definition | Log Engineering Framework

Comprehensive Cybersecurity Suite: Keeping Your Digital World Safe

In an increasingly interconnected world, cybersecurity is paramount, Our comprehensive cybersecurity suite offers a range of services designed to protect your digital assets from evolving threats. From proactive threat detection to real-time incident response, our suite is tailored to meet your organization's unique security needs. Our team of seasoned experts stands guard, ensuring your data is fortified and your operations remain uninterrupted.

With our cybersecurity suite, you're not just protected – you're empowered. Focus on growth and innovation while we secure your digital fortress, ensuring your peace of mind in an ever-changing digital world.

Comprehensive Cybersecurity Suite

Delivering Outcomes for a Secure IT Environment




Configuration & Vulnerability Management Services

Configuration Assessment Vulnerability Assessment

Limit : Surface Area

Security Assurance Root Cause Identification
Deep Web & Dark Web Monitoring

Compensatory Controls Cyber Range SOAR

Minimize : Exposure

24x7 Monitoring Threat Hunting Correlation

SIEM/XDR Cyber Range

Reduce : Mean time to Detect

Heatmap Risk Correlation

Scoring Tools

Quantify : Gaps & Actions

Incident Response


Prioritize : Response


SIEM/XDR Native Reporting Consoles

Report : Metrics & Compliance

Explore Use-Cases

For BFSI Businesses

Protection For Brand, Reputation and Revenue

  • Respond to phishing attacks
  • Detect third party compromise in real-time
  • Investigate insider threats as they emerge
  • Ensure Compliance with regulatory mandates


Cyber threats are 300 times as likely to target the broader financial services industry as companies in other sectors, according to BCG. Whether attackers are attempting to access financial information, take over customer identities, commit fraud, or hold critical files for ransom, your information security team has more than its fair share of challenges.


  • Protect customer, employee, and third -party data
  • Prevents financial losses and mitigates the risk
  • Avoid penalties for non-compliance with PCI-DSS and other mandates
  • Preserve your organization’s reputation

For Healthcare Businesses

Proactive Cyber Defenses to Safeguard Lives

  • Ransomware Protection
  • Healthcare Provider & Consumer Fraud
  • Privileged Access Abuse
  • Patient Privacy Protection
  • Medical Device Discovery & Monitoring
  • Regulatory Compliance


Healthcare organizations have some of the most challenging environments to secure. They have geographically dispersed clinical locations, large amounts of sensitive patient and financial data, a range of transitory mobile devices and users, connected life-saving medical devices (known as the Internet of Medical Things, or IoMT), and numerous healthcare applications and systems.


  • Prevent patient record “snooping” – viewing medical records of friends, family, neighbors
  • Detect and stop sensitive data exfiltration to personal ids, competition or bad actors
  • Protect medical records
  • Block unauthorized access to patient data from unrelated departments (e.g. pediatrics nurse accessing records from neurology)
  • Detect access to information systems and medical devices from suspicious devices, users and network IP addresses

For Retail Businesses

Detect Fraudulent Behavior and Transactions

  • Ransomware Protection
  • Credit Card & Online Payment Fraud
  • Insider Threat Detection & Deterrence
  • PCI – DSS Compliance


Every global business in the retail sector face serious cyberthreats. Whether it’s via malware on POS terminals, a hack on a web application, or some other type of attack, retailers risk exposing customer payment data. It’s the most-sought-after and lucrative commodity that threat actors want because it can be monetized quickly and easily. Retailers need to balance the demands of fully securing their environment and data with PCI DSS compliance requirements.


  • Detect and prevent POS fraud
  • Identify credit card skimming
  • Eliminate online payment fraud
  • Curtail call center fraud

For Manufacturing Businesses

Protection Against Cyber Attacks & Data Exfiltration

  • Data Exfiltration
  • IP Protection
  • IOT Analytics / Device Compromise
  • Vendor / Partner Account Compromise


Cyber threats are 300 times as likely to target the broader financial services industry as companies in other sectors, according to BCG. Whether attackers are attempting to access financial information, take over customer identities, commit fraud, or hold critical files for ransom, your information security team has more than its fair share of challenges in cybersecurity management.


  • Detect APT attacks and attack vectors and predict data exfiltration by performing entity centric anomaly detection.
  • Provide risk-based dashboard for closely monitoring high-risk entities and investigation using detailed anomaly timeline based on users, accounts, alerts, and activities associated with the entity.
  • Support customized and unique DLP and data classifications, metadata model and big data infrastructure.

Transform Security Operations & Maximize ROI

Numerous alerts and false positives from multiple tools are making it challenging to detect and respond to threats. Lack of cybersecurity talent is making it worse. There is also an explosion of attack vectors, and the threat actors have refined their methods, leveraging machine learning and automation to multiply the threat vectors and intensity; thus, the number and impacts of attacks are only likely to grow from here. It’s high time to adopt a managed Security Operations Centre (SOC) with 24x7 monitoring, remediation, and management capabilities.

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