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(Security Operations Center)

Our Security Operations Center provides comprehensive cyber defense for your organization through proactive threat detection and response, helping to effectively protect and secure your organization's digital assets.

What is SOC (Security Operations Center) Service?

Our Security Operations Center (SOC) service is designed to monitor and manage your organization's security infrastructure 24/7. Our team of experienced security experts monitor your network traffic and logs to identify and respond to any potential security incident. The necessary security controls to prevent future cyber incidents and keep your organization's data and systems safe are provided by our expert team with state-of-the-art tools. 

SOC (Security Operations Center) Service Scope

Detect vulnerabilities in real time and act now to close vulnerabilities!

Real-time monitoring and analysis of security systems and networks

The SOC team uses a variety of tools and technologies to monitor an organization's security systems and networks in real time. This includes firewalls, intrusion detection/prevention systems, and other security devices. The InfinitumIT SOC team identifies potential security threats by analyzing data from unauthorized access attempts, network scans, and other suspicious incidents.

Correlation and analysis of security-related data from various sources

The SOC team receives security-related data from a variety of sources, such as logs from security devices, alerts from security software, and information from external threat intelligence streams. They use this data to identify potential threats and determine the scope and severity of an incident.

Identification and classification of security events

Once a potential security incident is identified, the SOC team classifies the incident according to its severity and potential impact. This helps identify the appropriate response and resources needed to contain and mitigate the event.

Providing regular reports

The SOC team provides regular reports to management on security events, trends and metrics. These reports help management understand the current state of the organization's security posture and identify areas for improvement.

Make suggestions to improve security

Based on their analysis of security events and vulnerabilities, the SOC team provides recommendations to improve security controls and procedures. This may include implementing new technologies, changing security policies, and training employees.

24/7 availability

Our SOC team is available 24/7 to respond to security incidents and emergencies. At Infinitum IT, we know that security threats can arise at any time, which is why we offer 24/7 monitoring as part of our Security Operations Services (SOCs). Our team of security experts and analysts work around the clock to detect and respond to potential security incidents, ensuring your organization is constantly protected.

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Why Should You Get InfinitumIT SOC (Security Operation Center) Service?

InfinitumIT Continuous Vulnerability Analysis Service is a service that continuously scans an enterprise's systems and networks for security vulnerabilities and evaluates their vulnerabilities.

24/7 monitoring

InfinitumIT SOC teams are equipped to monitor networks, systems and applications around the clock, helping to detect and respond to security incidents in a timely manner.

Threat detection and response

InfinitumIT SOC teams use a variety of tools and techniques to identify and respond to potential security threats such as malware, phishing attacks, and network intrusions.

Compliance and regulatory support

InfinitumIT SOC teams help organizations meet compliance requirements and comply with industry regulations such as HIPAA or PCI-DSS.

Incident response planning and implementation

InfinitumIT SOC teams develop and implement incident response plans and provide guidance and support during security incidents.

Who Can Get This Service?

Large Businesses

Large businesses often have complex IT environments and many assets that need to be protected. SOC services can help these organizations effectively monitor and secure their networks and systems.

Small and medium businesses

Small and medium businesses (SMBs) may not have the resources to maintain an in-house security team, but they still need to protect their assets and comply with regulations. SOC services can provide SMBs with the same level of security expertise and access to resources as larger organisations.

E-commerce and online businesses

Businesses that operate primarily online are at higher risk from cyberattacks and require robust security measures to protect sensitive customer data and financial transactions. SOC services can help these businesses detect and respond to security threats in a timely manner.

Health and financial institutions

Organizations in the healthcare and financial sectors are subject to stringent regulatory requirements and are at high risk of data breaches. SOC services can help these organizations meet compliance requirements and protect sensitive data.

public sector organizations

Government agencies and other public sector organizations are also at risk of cyberattacks and must protect sensitive information and critical infrastructure. SOC services can help these organizations detect and respond to security threats and meet regulatory requirements.

Why Should You Get SOC Service?

Identify Security Threats in Real Time

SOCs use a combination of technologies and professional expertise to identify and respond to potential security threats in real time. This helps organizations quickly detect and respond to potential breaches, minimizing the impact of any security incident.

Leverage Advanced Threat intelligence

SOCs use advanced technologies and threat intelligence to proactively identify and mitigate potential security risks before they cause harm. This also reflects the threats that may arise in organizations. It helps protect against costly violations with its foresight.

Reduce Your Personnel Cost

SOCs can help organizations scale their security operations as their business grows, without constantly having to recruit and train new staff.

Provide 24/7 Protection

SOCs provide 24/7 monitoring and incident response, ensuring your organization is protected around the clock.

Incident response plan: SOCs can help organizations develop, test and improve incident response plans by ensuring they are prepared to respond to any security incident.

Our SOC (Security Operation Center) Service Tools

Attack Simulation Platform Infalcon

Attack Simulation platform Infalcon is a software tool that simulates cyber attacks against your organization's network and systems. The purpose of these simulations is to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the organization's security ecosystem and to measure the effectiveness of existing security controls in detecting and mitigating these attacks. 


Infalcon often uses a combination of automated testing and manual testing to simulate a wide variety of attack scenarios, including network and application-level attacks, phishing and social engineering attempts, and advanced persistent threat (APT) scenarios.

Threat intelligence platforms: ThreatMon CTI

ThreatMon Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) is designed to help protect organizations against cyber threats by providing actionable intelligence on known and emerging cyber threats. In addition to the detection of data that may pose a threat to the internet environment related to the assets owned by the organizations without their knowledge, in addition to this, current vulnerabilities that threaten the technology of the assets are followed.



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What is the Security Operations Center (SOC)?

The SOC is a dedicated team and facility responsible for identifying, investigating and responding to security incidents. It acts as a central point for monitoring and analyzing security-related data from various sources, such as network traffic, log files, and vulnerability scans.

What are the main responsibilities of a SOC?

The main responsibilities of a SOC include:

  • Monitoring and analyzing security-related data to detect potential threats
  • Investigating and responding to security incidents
  • Coordinate with other teams, such as incident response and network operations, to resolve security incidents
  • Developing and implementing security policies and procedures
  • Perform vulnerability assessments and penetration tests

What types of technologies are used in a SOC?

The types of technology used in an SOC can vary depending on the organization, but commonly used technologies include:

  • Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems
  • Network and endpoint security tools
  • Vulnerability management tools
  • Incident response platforms
  • Threat intelligence platforms

How is SOC different from Network Operations Center (NOC)?

A SOC focuses on security-related activities such as incident detection and response, while a NOC focuses on monitoring and management of network infrastructure and services. While there is overlap in some areas, a SOC's main focus is overall infrastructure security, while a NOC's main focus is network operations.

Why is SOC important to an organization?

SOC is important to an organization as it helps protect the organization's assets and reputation by detecting and responding to security incidents. It acts as the first line of defense against cyber threats and helps ensure that the organization complies with relevant regulations and industry standards. Additionally, a SOC can help minimize their impact by quickly identifying and controlling security incidents.

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