Debunking Cybersecurity Myths: Part IV — No Target Too Small

You hear a lot about the biggest attacks because they make the biggest splash. But in reality, businesses of all sizes are constantly threatened and, yes, breached.

DIY SOC or SOC-as-a-Service?: A TCO Analysis by Frost & Sullivan

Leading consultancy Frost & Sullivan conducted a three-year cost comparison between building an internal SOC or buying a SOC-as-a-service

Debunking Cybersecurity Myths: Part III—24×7 Security Monitoring IS Essential

Because hackers operate around the clock from all over the world, even as you sleep

DIY vs. SOCaaS: Frost & Sullivan Compares Features

Frost & Sullivan compared features and attributes between Arctic Wolf’s SOC-as-a-service offering, the AWN CyberSOC™ service, and what it takes for organizations to build, deploy, and maintain an in-house security operations center, the DIY approach.

Frost & Sullivan Report Highlights Increasing SOC Adoption

Many businesses are recognizing the need for a security operations center (SOC), which combines the right people, processes and technology to help companies effectively identify and respond to growing threats.

SaaS offerings have more or less obviated traditional SIEM solutions.

Securing the Cloud: Why SIEM Is Not Right for SaaS Security

How SaaS flipped SIEM on its head, and what you can do about it. 

Find out which SOC makes the most sense for your business.

An Overview of the Different SOC Models

What’s the best choice of SOC model for SMEs?

The Most Popular SIEM Starter Use Cases for 2018

Small to midsize enterprises need 24×7 monitoring, threat detection and response, but they don’t need to do the work of establishing and maintaining a SIEM.

The SOC is the command center for SME cybersecurity.

Welcome to the Security Operations Center (SOC)

These people, processes and technologies represent the core components of the security operations center (SOC).

SIEM centralizes log data into a central management console.

To SIEM or Not to SIEM?

How can SMEs reap the benefits of a SIEM given its cost and complexity?