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Overview

Defend your business from cyber-attacks with a Virtual Security Operations Centre

Redscan’s Virtual Security Operations Centre (VSOC) combines cutting edge detection technology, experienced security experts and up-to-the-minute threat intelligence to provide the highest level of security against advanced cyber-attacks.

The significant investment involved in building and maintaining an in-house SOC can be prohibitive to all but the largest businesses. Our Virtual SOC service acts as an extension of your in-house IT team to provide 24/7 threat detection and response at a fraction of the cost of equivalent in-house investment.

VSOC

Why you need a VSOC

With cyber-attacks increasing in frequency and sophistication, it is more important than ever to proactively hunt down threats and mitigate breaches as early as possible. However, for many organisations, setting up a dedicated in-house security operations centre to address these risks 24/7 is simply not viable.

With a vast array of disparate solutions to choose from, deciding on the best security technology for your SOC can be a challenge. Purchasing, deploying, configuring and maintaining multiple disparate systems is also time and resource-intensive. A key reason for this is that monitoring alerts and filtering out the false positives can prove a serious drain on resources. In addition, the widening skills shortage in the cyber security industry makes it difficult and costly to recruiting qualified personnel with the right skills.

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CREST SOC

Why choose Redscan’s CREST-accredited CSOC to protect your business?

When you outsource your SOC requirements to Redscan, you gain ongoing personalised support and advice through our world-class security operations centre. This includes:

Fully certified experts

Our experienced CSOC team of security analysts, engineers and researchers are accredited to the highest professional standards.

Cutting-edge detection technology

Our CSOC personnel are trained to apply a wide range of security technologies, allowing us to integrate with your existing systems or help you choose the most appropriate for your needs.

Advanced security analytics

Our SOC team analyse, triage and prioritise alerts generated by your organisation’s underlying security technologies, only communicating those which require your attention.

Key certifications

Our SOC holds CREST accreditation and complies with key quality standards such as ISO 9001 and ISO 27001.

Integrated intelligence

We aggregate threat intelligence from a range of external sources and combine this with internal cyber research from Redscan Labs to ensure our customers are protected against the latest threats.

Swift incident response

Our experience of managing critical security incidents means we are highly knowledgeable about how to respond to breaches and minimise the disruption attacks can cause.

CyberOps™

CyberOps is the threat management platform our SOC experts use to notify your in-house security team of incidents and supply the actionable mitigation guidance they need to respond quickly and effectively.

Stakeholder reporting

Our custom-produced reports provide clear and actionable security intelligence, with prioritised remedial actions which will help you solve complex security issues and improve organisational understanding of the threats you face.

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