SOC.OS alert correlation engine ingesting alerts business and threat context

Too many alerts from disparate security tools?

Looking for a centralised monitoring solution and greater threat visibility?

Look no further.

“Having a product like SOC.OS that analyses and correlates events, clusters them with threat scores, timelines and detailed threat explanations helps to reduce the resource we have to expend to monitor our security logs.”

Oliver H, UK Atomic Energy Authority
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SOC.OS Benefits

Augment your security operations capability and join the growing community benefiting from SOC.OS.

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SOC.OS alert funnel showing greater than 90% triage volume reduction

Efficiency savings

Let SOC.OS take care of the mundane and repetitive alert triage process, so you can spend more of your time on higher value tasks.

SOC.OS Security Alert and Correlation Timeline

Consolidated and time-based visibility

No more addressing alerts in isolation and playing alert whack-a-mole. SOC.OS presents you a coherent, grouped together and time-based view of the world.

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Centralised monitoring capability

Centralised dashboards give you a holistic view of all your security tools, and automated operational and executive reports highlight topics such as your MITRE ATT&CK® threat coverage.

SOC.OS User Centered Design Culture

Co-development opportunities

The SOC.OS product is developing quickly, with new features being released regularly. By providing feedback directly to the product team, customers have the opportunity to shape SOC.OS’s roadmap.

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“The point of SOC.OS is not to act as a detector or a trigger, it exists to filter out the noise. It’s easy to set up; just throw your security logs at it and it will show you where to spend your time looking. It looks across time and space and points out the things that need attention, thus the few staff you do have on site don’t waste time chasing down false positives.”

Jon Gray Gentoo Group Jon G.
Systems Support Engineer, Gentoo Group

How it works

SOC.OS collects and analyses every alert generated by your security tools 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Using external threat intelligence, business context and the MITRE ATT&CK framework, SOC.OS correlates and groups alerts into related incidents, escalating only the most important ones to the infosec team for further review.

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Alert Collection

Alerts from on-premise tools (via a software agent) and cloud hosted security tools (via APIs) are ingested.

Alert enrichment with MITRE ATT&CK®, AbuseIPDB, AlientVault OTX and business context

Enrich with business context and threat intel

Alerts are cleansed, parsed, enriched with threat intelligence and business context data, as well as mapped to the MITRE ATT&CK® framework.

Customised alert correlation and priortisation

Triage. Correlate. Prioritise.

The enriched alerts are correlated into related groups, called clusters, which are then ranked in priority order, ready for investigation.

MITRE ATT&CK® threat type and incident timeline visualisation

Investigate

Clusters are visualised in a graphical way, allowing the analyst, in one quick glance, to understand the story behind the alerts; the threat type, the timeline and the entities involved.

SOC.OS Dashboards & MITRE ATT&CK® Threat Coverage Reporting

View dashboards and generate reports

Dashboards give a consolidated view of your disparate data silos and automated reports highlight your MITRE ATT&CK threat coverage and gaps.

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“Our journey with SOC.OS started while it was still a concept for a tool to help triage alerts across multiple source systems. It’s been great to be able to feed back to the team and see features arrive reflecting my desires. The product has matured to a touchpoint which enables us to quickly maintain oversight across the environment and focus where our attention is needed.”

Chris. S The Natural History Museum Chris S.
Information Security Manager, Natural History Museum London