Keep your network protected with SOC services that help you defend against malicious attacks
Complete SOC services at an affordable cost
The high hardware and software cost of cybersecurity alone is daunting, but even more expensive is the process of recruiting, training, and retaining a team of qualified cybersecurity analysts. Instead of building a security operations centre (SOC) on your own with finite resources, Hughes SOC-as-a-Service enables you to fortify your defenses quickly across distributed sites.
With Hughes SOC-as-a-Service you get the full range of SOC functions via the cloud, together with the expertise and close attention of cybersecurity specialists. You can feel safe and secure in the knowledge that you have given your company world-class protection round the clock at a transparent and manageable cost. Our analysts work as an extension of your in-house IT team to understand your environment and proactively respond to threats as they occur. Once our SOC services are up and running, our SOC experts monitor your IT assets via the EventTracker console on a 24/7/365 basis and provide daily or weekly summaries called Critical Observations Reports, escalating incidents per procedure. They are also available to answer questions and provide support for incident review and forensics and audit assistance and conduct regular assessments and planning sessions of the SOC network security services deliverables with your own managers through executive dashboard reviews.
Security Information & Event Management (SIEM)
An extension to SOC services, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) uncovers the cyber threat intelligence hidden in your log data, helping you to identify actual threats and risks to your data and assets. By collecting and analysing log sources within your network, SIEM enables you to take preventive action against cyber threats.
SIEM enables you to gain actionable security intelligence with greater visibility and aggregation of events to secure your entire network and enable you to improve operational efficiency.
SIEM and log management capabilities provide the core of our threat protection platform, EventTracker, and empower threat detection with support for thousands of devices and applications.
Our SIEM services include a range of elements that help you to protect your business. From real time analysis for proactive security alerts to security standards compliance including PCI DSS compliance we help you to protect your business against threat.
Additional Cyber Security Options
For maximum protection, Hughes offers the following extensions to SOC services and SIEM
Endpoint protection uses artificial intelligence to identify and blocks advanced threats. By blending endpoint protection and threat detection and response within a SOC-as-a-Service solution, we enable stronger yet simpler cybersecurity against so-called zero-day threats (ones that have not been previously identified), advanced persistent threats (APTs), ransomware, and file-less attacks – all with unmatched accuracy and speed.
With VAS the SOC services works with you to identify and group assets, schedule scanning, and detect vulnerabilities on a monthly or quarterly basis. Reports and remediation recommendations are integrated into the dashboard for review. The Hughes SOC services provide trend reports showing new, remediated, or unchanged vulnerabilities.
As an additional layer of protection to any Intrusion Detection System (IDS) configurations already implemented in your firewall, the SOC services install EventTracker IDS to configure, tune, and maintain available rules to monitor your network. Alerts are integrated into the EventTracker console, which can launch notifications or implement auto-remediation actions.
EventTracker Network Traffic Analysis provides unparalleled visibility into your network threats and any security blind spots. It augments security analytics to provide an in-depth picture of cyber criminals and low-and-slow attacks that wait days or even months to launch. It provides customised and intuitive reports that quantify how your network is being used, by whom, and if suspicious traffic exists.