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The goal of a Computer Security Operations Center (COSI or SOC) is to monitor, detect, and respond to security events in an organization's IT infrastructure, to protect it against threats and reduce the risk of cybersecurity incidents. COSI is responsible for collecting and analyzing security data from multiple sources, such as event logs, security alerts, vulnerability and threat information, to identify potential intrusions and security breaches in real time. COSI's security team works to respond to security incidents, mitigate the effects, and take corrective action to prevent them from happening again in the future. In summary, the primary goal of a COSI is to protect an organization's information technology infrastructure, ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of its critical data, and ensuring business continuity.
SIEM is related to two concepts, Security Event Management (SEM) and Security Information Management (SIM). SEM refers to the correlation and monitoring of events in real time. SIM refers to the storage of the data obtained, the analysis thereof and the generation of reports from them. Thus, SIEM offers a global and joint vision of the IT security of the company and whose main function is to detect abnormal behaviors to prevent the organization of computer threats. Normally, companies that implement SIEM as advanced technology for security prevention , they do so through a Security Operations Center (SOC).
System integrated in the cloud, supervised by a team of experts in computer security, which constantly analyzes and monitors the status of your network and organization, detecting any security incident and providing an almost immediate solution.
Integral service of technical adaptation to the Spanish regulations of the National Security Scheme Spanish (ENS). We evaluate your information systems in detail and provide you with an adaptation plan adapted to your needs and budget.
SOC collects and analyzes information from different sources, such as event logs, security alerts, vulnerability and threat information, to detect patterns and correlations that may indicate a potential attack.
The SOC security team must be able to respond quickly to security incidents, identify the root cause of the problem, and take corrective action to minimize the impact and prevent it from occurring again in the future.
SOC uses advanced tools and technologies to automate security monitoring and analysis tasks, reducing response time and improving safety team efficiency.
SOC's security team consists of computer security experts, who have extensive experience in detecting and responding to security threats.
SOC works closely with other teams in the organization, such as the IT team and the incident management team, to coordinate response to security incidents and ensure business continuity.
SOC conducts a constant evaluation of its performance and results, to identify opportunities for improvement and improve its safety processes and tools.
Our SOC is based on SIEM Microsoft Sentinel
Microsoft Sentinel (formerly known as Azure Sentinel)
is a security information and event management (SIEM) platform
Microsoft cloud based. The platform provides security analytics
advanced, real-time threat detection and data visualization of
security to help protect the organization's infrastructures against
cyberattacks. With Microsoft Sentinel, security teams can
collect data from various sources, including on-premises systems, public clouds
and private, network devices and cloud applications, and use the
artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze and
correlate security events. The platform also integrates with other
Microsoft security solutions, such as Microsoft 365 Defender, Azure Security
Center and Microsoft Cloud App Security. In addition, Microsoft Sentinel allows the creation of rules
customization and automation of responses to security incidents, which
that enables security teams to respond quickly and effectively to
security threats. The platform is also scalable and can be
customize to meet the specific security needs of each
In our company we
are dedicated to offering technical adaptation services to the Spanish
regulations of the Spanish National Security Scheme (ENS). The Spanish ENS establishes the
necessary security measures to protect the information of companies and public
entities, guaranteeing the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the
data. We are certified with the high
level of the national security scheme to offer the services of SOC Cloud.
Our IT security
experts offer you a comprehensive service to comply with the Spanish ENS efficiently
and effectively. We carry out a detailed evaluation of your company's
information systems and provide you with a personalized adaptation plan that
adapts to your needs and budget.
Our goal is to
help you comply with Spanish ENS regulations effectively and efficiently, so you can
focus on the development of your business and not worry about potential
security risks. We ensure that your company meets all the regulatory
requirements and technical requirements necessary to protect your company's
data and ensure business continuity.
experience and professionalism to technically adapt your company to the Spanish National Security Scheme. Contact us to receive more information about our
services and personalized budget without obligation.
adaptation services include:
In the following graph you can see all the cyberattacks, globally, that are taking place in real time. If you wish, you can filter the threats according to their type, with the lower buttons provided (OAS, ODS, MAV , etc).
We are consultants of the ISO 27001 standard and the Spanish ENS in its level of compliance and technical measures to be implemented, as well as certified independent auditors of the same.
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