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

Benefit One

Efficiency Savings

SOC.OS consistently achieves greater than 90% triage volume reduction which means that after SOC.OS does the grunt work of automating the initial triage process, you’ll have 90% less items which you’ll need to review and investigate.

This means you’ll have more time to spend on higher value tasks, such as making critical remediation decisions based on specific threats and business context, rather than swivel chairing across multiple screens to try and find the most important threat in the first place.

90% reduction in triage volume

Alert volume reduction


Less swivel chairing across
multiple screens


More time to spend on
higher value tasks

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Benefit Two

Consolidated & timebased visibility

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

The way these groupings of alerts are presented is via a unique and bespoke visualisation, which helps you quickly identify the “who, what, when and how?” of each incident in one quick glance.

Alert wack-a-mole

No more alert whack-a-mole

Alert correlation of similar entities and MITRE ATT&CK® threat types

Alerts generated weeks and months apart are grouped together

Vendor agnostic correlation

Vendor agnostic alert correlation

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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
SOC.OS dashboards providing a consolidated view of cyber security tools

Benefit Three

Centralised Monitoring

Multiple dashboard widgets give you a real time and consolidated view of your disparate data silos and help you answer the following questions: “What are the most frequently occurring alert types being generated across all my tools?” “What are the most frequently occurring hosts and IP addresses contained within my alerts?” “What are the most frequently occurring MITRE ATT&CK® tactics/techniques that my tools are detecting?”

Automated reports highlight your organisation’s MITRE ATT&CK threat coverage by showing you which techniques and tactics have been detected by each one of your security tools, as well as highlight operational metrics such as the number of alerts you are now able to analyse, triage and prioritise per month.

24/7/365 alert analysing and enrichment

Holistic view of all your security tools

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Understand your MITRE ATT&CK
threat coverage


Operational and executive

SOC.OS User Centered Design Culture

Benefit Four

Co-development opportunities

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

We think of all our customers as an extended part of our development team. We have a customer-centric culture, meaning we take the voice of the SOC.OS community seriously and in fact rely on it to ensure we are developing features which are truly value add.

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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
Security alert prioritisation with enrichment from MITRE ATT&CK®, AbuseIPDB, AlientVault OTX and business context

Benefit Five

Data driven priortisation

Security alerts are enriched with 3rd party threat intelligence data (e.g. from AbuseIPDB and AlientVault OTX) as well as your own business context, providing the analyst with rich and much needed context to enable data driven remediation decisions to be made quickly and effectively.

Within the tool, users have the ability to list critical business assets (e.g. the CFO’s laptop, or that important web server), such that when an alert contains these assets, it’s not only extremely easy to locate this asset very quickly, but they’re automatically scored higher and moved closer to the top of the priority ranked investigation workbench.


Operationalise external threat intelligence


Remediate quickly and effectively


Clusters which contain your critical assets are prioritised higher than those that don’t

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“Now we can track threats on specific systems by utilising the tagging functionality within SOC.OS, which helps us filter alerts based on specific and interested business assets (such as a specific IP address). One example of where tagging was helpful was when a user unintentionally downloaded malware and due to the sheer volume of alerts it was hard for us to identify the threat quickly. With SOC.OS, being able to easily filter all alerts based on specific business context enabled us to identify the threat on the machine and take swift remediation action.”

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Cyber Security Manager, University of Sussex