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SecLex’s fully managed security operations center service takes the pain out of SIEM and In-house SOC management. Your organization can benefit from using the most advanced AI technology to log and analyze security events, without the cost and complexity of owning and administering a SIEM system.
A Security Operations Center (SOC) is critical to protecting your organization from cyber threats. At SecLex our experts obtain a complete picture of assets, preventing intrusion by rapidly identifying vulnerabilities in existing systems and prioritizing remediation based on potential impact. Continuously scanning systems and proactively hunting threats allows SecLex to interrupt and neutralize attacks at machine speeds with surgical precision.
Providing NextGen Cybersecurity through self-learning Antigena AI. By monitoring 24-7, Antigena learns your organization's ‘normal activity’. Allowing it to determine the authenticity and trustworthiness of network traffic.
Identifying unusual activity, neutralizing, and quarantining both internal and external threats, before they impact your networks.
Our Soc-as-a-Service can adapt and address most deployment models and service variations that our clients require. Our fully-managed clients prefer to outsource all aspects of EDR, SIEM administration, event logging, and 24/7 expert monitoring.
SecLex can provide these services using the cloud, on-premises, or a blend of implementation models to achieve the best possible results. Some clients want to maintain their own on-premises platforms but are looking for our help to either remotely administer them or monitor alerts outside of normal business hours. SecLex makes sure to achieve and provide our clients needs.
There will be 3.5 million vacant cybersecurity jobs by 2021 and cyberattacks keep increasing daily. Most businesses are at a loss to protect themselves due to the shortage of talent who qualified to respond.
Cybersecurity network landscape is creating issues for businesses. It’s causing severe alert, false positives and regulation fatigue, vendor overload, and a variety of complex compliance issues.
The longer it takes an organization to respond to an incident, the more challenging and expensive it is to retain, remediate, and contain. It is critical for an organization to discover an attack as soon as possible.