Criminal hackers target small and midsize enterprises (SMEs). Point solutions such as next-generation firewalls and intrusion detection systems are not a cure-all for SMEs. Security tasks can no longer be relegated to IT ops teams that have their hands full with non-security IT tasks. Even managed security service providers (MSSPs) typically fall short in providing the real-time threat monitoring, triaging and forensics, and response capabilities needed to stem the tide of cybercrime, alluding to the fact that threat detection and response is necessary.
That being said, there’s only one way for SMEs to cost-effectively protect themselves against today’s cyberthreats: A security operations center (SOC)-as-a-service that delivers a cutting-edge threat detection and response at a predictable price.
The Top 10 Next-Generation SOCaaS Capabilities
The “Definitive Guide to SOC-as-a-Service,” identifies the top 10 capabilities that SMEs should look for in any SOC-as-a-service provider. The guide helps you:
- Understand the value of outsourcing security operations to improve overall security posture
- Learn how a dedicated team of security engineers can provide cybersecurity expertise
- Discover the importance of continuous monitoring and customized reporting to meet regulatory compliance needs
Download the “Definitive Guide to SOC-as-a-Service” to learn more about all 10 of the defining characteristics of a next-generation SOC-as-a-service provider.