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Overview

Supplying the notifications and insight your team needs to respond effectively

CyberOps is Redscan’s proprietary Threat Management Platform. As the virtual interface between our Cyber Security Operations Centre (CSOC) and your in-house team, CyberOps enables us to comprehensively monitor your environments to identify and manage security incidents, and deliver the security outcomes you need – all through a single unified platform.

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Benefits

Technology agnostic

Whichever technologies form part of your Redscan service, CyberOps ingests and aggregates all security alert information and presents it for analysis via a single pane of glass.

Alert enrichment engine

CyberOps’ alert correlation and enrichment engine uses the latest threat intelligence to add greater context to alerts and help distinguish genuine incidents from false positives.

Swift incident notification

Once an alert is identified as being a true positive and raised as an incident by Redscan’s SOC, CyberOps generates a message to ensure that your team members are promptly notified.

Automated response actions

Integration with preventative security controls enables automated incident response actions to be triggered automatically or on demand at the click of a button.

Customisable dashboards

CyberOps’ widget-based dashboards enable your users to view security information in real-time and measure key metrics to ensure service levels are being achieved.

Seamless workflow integration

Support for a range of ITSM tools enables security incidents raised via CyberOps to be managed alongside tickets relating to other aspects of your organisation’s IT estate.

Workflow

Seamless workflow integration

CyberOps supports integration with widely used IT service management tools, including:

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Our Approach

Identifying genuine security incidents out of millions of alerts

CyberOps’ automated alert correlation and enrichment engine reduces the number of low value alerts generated by security tools to enable security teams to focus on the ones that really matter.

Cyberops Approach
Approach

Millions

Events observed

A turnkey technology stack collects and analyses security events across your environment and generates alerts

Hundreds

Alerts generated

Alerts are ingested into CyberOps where they are enriched with the latest threat intelligence and analysed by Redscan’s SOC team

Tens

Incidents investigated

Genuine security alerts are raised as security incidents for your attention, with actionable mitigation guidance. Automated response actions help quickly contain and disrupt incidents.

Outcomes

Actionable security insight

The information you need to quickly and effectively respond to security incidents.

Example CyberOps incident notification
CyberOps screenshots of security analytics

Security analytics

A real-time snapshot of your security status

CyberOps’ customisable dashboards provide a real-time overview of your organisation’s security posture. Choose from a range of customisable widgets to view risk level trends, alarm timelines, and key activity metrics.

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Our new report explores the more than 18,000 Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) logged to NIST’s National Vulnerability Database in 2020. It reveals that well over half (57%) were rated ‘high’ or ‘critical’ severity – the highest recorded figure for any year to date. Read the report here.
9th February 2021
Only a third of UK organisations offer cyber security training for remote workers
According to a new report, just a third of UK organisations have offered staff working from home any cyber security training, despite the rapid rise in remote working.  
2nd February 2021
UKRI suspends services due to ransomware attack
UK government body, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), has had to take a number of services offline while it investigates a ransomware attack on its systems which took place at the end of January. The attack led to the encryption of data by a third party and affects a number of its online assets.