SECURITY OPS CENTER
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Rapid response time is crucial, and employees monitoring a Security Operations Center or Command Center must have all the necessary tools to react quickly to situations when they arise. In some cases, an SOC employee may need to actively monitor CCTV security cameras and be able to quickly dispatch officers to a physical location. In other types of SOCs, like those focusing on DDoS detection and mitigation, engineers must be able to respond in real-time to cyber-attacks. Every second counts when a threat must be quickly found and negated.
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WHAT IS A SECURITY OPERATION CENTER (SOC)?
A Security Operations Center (SOC) gives an organization a central location to deal with a variety of security issues on an organizational and technical level. An SOC is a centralized unit within a building or facility, supervised by on-site staff, which allows real time monitoring and controlling of events for the organization. Typically, an SOC is equipped for access monitoring, and controlling of lighting, alarms, and vehicle barriers. It may also be referred to as a Command Center.
SECURITY OPERATIONS CENTER FEATURES & BENEFITS
Your SOC may include the following features: Access Control, Video Surveillance, Intrusion Detection, Intercom, Visitor Management, GPS Tracking, Audio/Video Intercom, Remote Operations, Two-Way Audio, and Control Cameras.
Maintaining an efficient Security Operations Center requires certain processes and resources. KBS will help you follow these steps to design the most effective SOC for your organization:
- Risk Assessment
Begin by identifying the critical assets and information to protect. Then identify the threats that may affect your system and prioritize them based on their severity and impact.
- Business Case
Design your SOC objectives. It helps to figure out the advantages, goals and the investment required. Requirements should be considered for both short term and long term objectives. The most important thing in defining these requirements is to start with the basics and to keep it as simple as possible.
- Staff Skill and Training Requirement
You must have skilled staff to monitor the SOC and protect your organization. Without proper skilled personnel, all the technology in the world won’t help you. Start by identifying the skills necessary and recognizing the gaps between the current and required skill set of existing support staff. The support team should be given proper training in various scenarios so that they can problem solve in a live environment.
- Technology Requirement
Based on the goals and objectives earlier determined for your SOC, make sure your SOC is designed with the necessary features to protect your facility.
- Incident Management
Define the response procedures for certain situations. These response procedures are also known as standard operating procedures, which should be followed once an alert is triggered.
SECURITY OPERATIONS CENTER INSTALLATION IN LEBANON , DJIBOUTI, ETHIOPIA , SOMALIA , ERITREA , SOUTH SUDAN , UGANDA, RWANDA, BURUNDI, TANZANIA, COMOROS, SEYCHELLES , KENYA, MADAGASCAR, ZAMBIA, MALAWI, MAURITIUS, SEYCHELLES, ZIMBABWE, REUNION, MAYOTTE, SOMALILAND.
Keep your facility safe with a Security Operations Center designed to your exact specifications. KBS Security Integration has successfully installed SOCs for organizations up and down East African Countries .
Contact us today to find out if your LEBANON , DJIBOUTI, ETHIOPIA , SOMALIA , ERITREA , SOUTH SUDAN , UGANDA, RWANDA, BURUNDI, TANZANIA, COMOROS, SEYCHELLES , KENYA, MADAGASCAR, ZAMBIA, MALAWI, MAURITIUS, SEYCHELLES, ZIMBABWE, REUNION, MAYOTTE, SOMALILAND Project could benefit from installing a Security Operations Center!