SOC-as-a-Service (SOCAAS) Solutions

What is a SOC?

A SOC (security operations center) is a security team that works with organizations to protect against cyber attacks. SOCs are staffed by cybersecurity experts, analysts, and engineers who know how to detect and respond to security breaches and prevent future incidents. They use policies, procedures, and special tools such as a SIEM solution, to accomplish their goals.

Bad actors understand how and where to attack ever-expanding networks successfully. Many attacks are becoming more sophisticated and aggressive, utilizing AI and machine learning to accomplish their goals. This means around-the-clock security expertise is more important than ever.

Too Many Threat – Not Enough Resources

Many internal security teams don’t have the resources needed to confidently secure their entire network against all cyber threats. New network extensions and variations add to their already stretched infrastructures. The attack surface and probably of a cyber-security breach continue to increase.

  • More users are working off-premises
  • Not all devices used for work are managed and secure
  • Applications and sensitive workloads are running in cloud environments
  • User traffic in the public cloud and on the network edge is increasing exponentially

Despite the challenges facing every organization, Ontinue’s SOC-as-a-service solution can help bolster security efforts to prevent bad actors from causing lasting damage to networks.

SOC-as-a-Service Offers a Simple Solution

New security threats, coupled with ever-changing networks, are causing organizations across the globe to adopt a SOC-as-a-Service (SOCaas) strategy. Companies are augmenting or replacing their internal security efforts with a cloud-native, subscription-based SOC-as-a-service. SOC network security services help CSOs feel confident that all their users, applications, and data are protected. Many SOC-as-a-service subscriptions, like those offered by Ontinue, include:

  • 24 x 7 x 365 continuous SOC monitoring by security experts
  • Highly skilled and experienced globally connected cybersecurity experts
  • Utilizes leading-edge cybersecurity technology, including AI and machine learning
  • Single-pane-of-glass for simple command and control
  • Managed threat detection and response (MDR)
  • Endpoint threat detection and response (EDR)
  • Security system maintenance and updating
  • SOC network security planning and future-proofing
  • Regulatory compliance management

With our SOC-as-a-service, Ontinue’s expert security professionals provide constant monitoring and protection around the clock.

Our Soc-as-a-Service Defends Your Entire Network

The SOC-as-a-Service market is expected to grow at a 28% CAGR through 2025. More and more organizations are adopting a SOC-as-a-Service strategy to combat the increasing volume and complexity of cybersecurity threats. Ontinue delivers the confidence and technology you need to detect and remove existing and future security threats across your entire network.

Secure Your Organization with Ontinue ION

Keeping up with constant, evolving security threats isn’t something your business has to do alone. With managed detection and response, you gain the experience and insight of an established team of IT security experts – backed by tools from the forefront of cybersecurity innovation. 24/7 monitoring, proactive threat hunting, pre- and post-incident analysis and remediation, and direct access to highly trained security professionals – MDR brings it all to the table.

Unfortunately, not every MDR solution is equal; for top-quality managed detection and response for organizations using Microsoft security tools, choose Ontinue ION.

Combining AI-driven automation, dedicated security, and Microsoft expertise, and cloud-native accessibility, Ontinue ION provides industry-leading prevention, detection, and response, while optimizing the effectiveness of the Microsoft security suite you depend on.

Learn more about Ontinue ION, and put your network security in the hands of the experts. Because after all, the security of your networks is too important to handle alone.