Trustwave has enhanced its Co-Managed SOC capabilities, adding access to its cybersecurity collaboration platform, Security Colony. The offer is also supported by a dedicated Cyber Success Team with SIEM, SOAR, and SOC experience and associated certifications.
While a SIEM is a core technology for many security operations teams, it is complex and requires ongoing maintenance and optimisation by highly skilled security engineers to help security analysts operationalise the outputs and avoid a flood of noisy, false positive alerts. Trustwave Co-Managed SOC clients receive the benefit of the company’s global experience across hundreds of clients, resulting in an extensive use case catalog that is highly personalised and constantly being tuned and optimised for optimal threat detection.
Co-Managed SOC clients receive 24×7 global, real-time threat monitoring to help detect and investigate threats with SpiderLabs threat intelligence. Clients receive confirmed, actionable incident alerts that require immediate response or direct action, resulting in up to 90 percent reduction in alert fatigue by security staff and increased efficiency of the security operations team.
As a core differentiator, Trustwave also doesn’t force clients to work inside its tools and allows clients to retain the valuable SIEM use cases if they move to another provider.
New Capabilities in Trustwave Co-Managed SOC
- Dedicated Cyber Success Team: Named experts for the life of the service term conduct ongoing use case tuning and optimisation, review changes to client architecture, recommend updates to security policy, provide custom reporting, external threat monitoring, and frequently review the state of operations.
- Access to Security Colony: Instant access to the tools an organization needs to be proactive and improve their security maturity. These include vendor risk insight, daily breach monitoring, ransomware readiness, and other valuable resources with actionable insights that track progress over time.
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