Security Operations Centre
The reason why an SOC service is required?
The term "security operations centre" refers to a Security Operations Centre (SOC) is defined as a mix of tools, experts and processes that help to identify, prevent, and assess security risks. A SOC can oversee and coordinate the treatment of security-related incidents in the Information and Operational Technology infrastructure.
Challenges in OT Security Monitoring and Operations
OT operators face severe challenges because of the rise in cyber-attacks directed at Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Operational Technology (OT); however, technology connected to digital transformation, Industrial 4.0, and IIoT create more connectivity for the ICS. In addition, there are threats from the supply chain, information sharing between companies, and compliance with the regulations and standards of cybersecurity are other elements that are contributing to the necessity of implementing a SOC that monitors, detects, and eliminates any possible scenarios that might affect OT infrastructure's security, availability, and integrity.