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SOC-as-a-Service Versus DIY SOC: Full Report

When it comes to building a security operations center (SOC), every company needs the right people, processes, and technology in place.

The problem?

Unless you’re among the Fortune 500, a SOC can be expensive to build and extremely difficult to manage. Making matters more difficult, there's a cybersecurity skills shortage in place, leaving many businesses unable to find the right talent to defend their company. 

Because of these obstacles affecting the industry, Frost & Sullivan recently interviewed Arctic Wolf customers and conducted an in-depth 3-year total-cost-of-ownership (TCO) analysis of building your own SOC versus buying Arctic Wolf’s SOC-as-a-service. 

The results prove there's a robust, cost effective way for businesses of every size to protect their resources and reputation.

In this report, Mike Suby, the VP of Research at Frost & Sullivan, appraises all the variables that go into the total cost of ownership of a SOC and discovered these benefits:

  • A DIY approach costs up to 9x more than Arctic Wolf SOC-as-a-Service
  • SOC expertise/staffing is the greatest cost consideration
  • SOC-as-a-service customers experience high rates of satisfaction

​To learn more about SOC-as-a-service, download the full report today. 

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