For most organizations, Security Operations Center (SOC) teams have long since been their first line of defense. These SOC systems efficiently ensure robust cybersecurity and are designed to detect, analyze, respond to, and prevent any cybersecurity incident that the organization might come across. Integrating a SOC within an organization aims to improve its cybersecurity posture, using a blend of state-of-the-art technology and skilled professionals.
However, the sophistication and rapid development of modern cyber threats have SOCs struggling. The hybrid working model and the lack of adequate endpoint security have weakened most organizations’ cybersecurity posture. New vulnerabilities and attack vectors are rapidly emerging, with organizations creating a high amount of data, while also creating a seemingly endless perimeter.