Choosing a SOC Managed by Ziwit ensures:
An effective SOC must meet the needs of your business and integrate with existing security processes. This is why ZIWIT assists you step by step in the realization of your project:
To do this, we'll talk to you to understand your needs and your infrastructure. We will then follow a 3-step plan :
Our experts will work with you to define your cybersecurity requirements, and the operational processes and sub-processes to be integrated into the SOC. Depending on your needs, from 1 day a week to 24/7, we work with you to determine the level of service that meets your expectations : Prevention, vulnerability management, threat monitoring, incident or post-incident response...
Once your needs clearly defined, our experts work in collaboration with your teams to set up your managed SOC. We proceed with you to select the tools and settings necessary for our intervention.
ZIWIT teams are constantly mobilized to ensure the monitoring of your information systems and follow you step by step via recommendations and regular reports.
Calling on the SOC by ZIWIT means that you make sure you get the support of specialized and complementary teams, available 24/7. Our experts are using the most powerful tools on the market to ensure your cybersecurity.
Delegate the processing of your security alerts to professionals
Control your costs and deadlines with solutions adapted to your budget
Anticipate the evolution of your information system
Adapt your security to meet future threats
Determine the level and duration of your managed service: from 1 day/week to a 24/7 watch
The SOC by ZIWIT allows you to optimize the management of your cybersecurity by structuring it around proven technical and operational processes. Our team supports you on all cybersecurity topics :
When it comes to cybersecurity, prevention is always better than response. The SOC strives to monitor the network 24/7, rather than reacting to new threats.
SOC experts can detect and prevent malicious activity before it's too late.
The use of analysis and cyber monitoring tools allows us to:
During this phase, SOC cyber experts analyze suspicious activity to determine the nature of the threat and the extent of its intrusion into your infrastructure.
They examine the organization's network and operations from an attacker's perspective, looking for key indicators and vulnerabilities before exploitation.
Analysts identify and prioritize different types of security incidents by understanding how attacks occur and how to respond effectively before they spiral out of control.
Via the implementation of risk management processes and solutions
After investigation, the SOC team will coordinate the response to correct the issue. Upon confirmation of an incident, she acts as the first responder and takes actions such as :
In the event of an incident, the SOC recovers lost or compromised data as well as compromised systems.
This includes wiping and restarting endpoints, reconfiguring systems, or in the case of a ransomware attack, providing a working backup to circumvent the ransomware.
Deploying a SOC by ZIWIT allows to control the response time to security incidents. Through our dedicated and trained teams of experts, we can act directly and effectively in case of alert:
Before explaining what a managed SOC is and how it works, let’s quickly explain what a SOC is.
A SOC (or Security Operations Center) aims to identify, analyze and resolve cybersecurity problems and events using technical and technological methods but also systematic and strategic methods.
Quite simply, it is an operational center comprising an IT security team, technological solutions and technical processes ensuring the security of one or more Information Systems.
Thus, this Security Operations Center has become essential today in view of the growing number of existing cyber threats.
The SOC allows organizations to prevent, contain and remediate cyber threats and subsequently improve the cyber resilience of their infrastructure.
A Managed SOC (or Managed Security Operations Center) functions like a normal Security Operations Center but is outsourced and managed by an external service provider.
Managed Security Operations Center is the recommended choice for companies that need the help of an external company to carry out advanced monitoring and detection operations.
The advantages of this model are speed, simplicity, scalability and low implementation costs.
Going through a Managed SOC offers several advantages:
For companies, cost management is essential.
When a structure does not have a SOC, the costs of setting one up can quickly become high; and must take into account:
It is essential to hire an entire team specialized in cybersecurity.
High-performance and competent staff are difficult to find and are expensive in terms of salaries. Talent has to be paid for.
Most of the time, it takes several months of recruitment to find the right people, plus integration and training.
A managed SOC allows you to avoid these costs; you entrust your IT security to a competent structure with years of experience and qualified and even certified personnel.
Setting up a Security Operations Center from scratch requires a lot of financial investment to create the infrastructure.
Having a team of experts but with outdated and inefficient tools leads nowhere.
Heavy material and technological investments are necessary to create and optimize the SOC.
In addition, for each tool added, the team that manages the Operations Center must devote time to mastering it.
Using the service of a managed SOC avoids this type of expense, all the infrastructure is with the service provider and he alone incurs these costs.
The use of a managed SOC offers companies a significant advantage in this digital environment. Cyber-attacks are becoming more and more usual and their costs can be high. Calling on ZIWIT, you’re being assured of a reduced response time to incidents and disaster recovery, but also :
To offer you a unique expertise that is precious to us, the team is composed of a senior SOC manager, experienced analysts, cybersecurity engineers and pentesters, sharing the same desire and motivation to guide you in your cybersecurity strategy.
PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) refers to data security standards that apply to the payment card industry.
Developed by the PCI Security Standards Council, the PCI DSS standard aims to reduce online fraud.
All companies and organizations that process payment cardholder data must comply.
Compliance is checked by a certified security assessor, an internal security assessor or, for companies that process small amounts of credit card data, a self-assessment questionnaire.
The Security Operations Center by Ziwit makes you compliant with PCI DSS certification, here is the list of points that the SOC by Ziwit checks off :
Our team of IT security experts is ready to offer you the offer that best suits your needs and your business.