Dataminr’s quick guides to building and optimizing up SOCs
Real-time information is crucial in detecting and responding to potentially disruptive events and fine-tuning risk management strategies.
As security teams increasingly face multidimensional threats, risks and opportunities, it’s key to ensure your company’s security operation center (SOC) has access to a diversity of relevant, real-time information.
A well-equipped SOC can provide your company with a time-advantage against emerging crises. With access to real-time insights into emerging and potential threats, SOCs are empowered to act and disseminate the right information to protect your staff, stakeholders, and company assets.
With remote working and the “new normal” yet to stabilize globally due to COVID-19 and its cascading effects (e.g. supply chain disruption, rise in cyber crime, etc.), real-time alert-led SOCs are crucial in keeping leaders ahead of unexpected changes at the local, national, and global level where your staff and customers may reside.
Since 2009, Dataminr’s real-time information has enabled customers to know critical information first, mobilize for quick response, and manage crises effectively. Recognized as one of the world’s leading AI businesses, the company serves thousands of users working in more than 100 countries for hundreds of customer organizations–spanning over half of the Fortune 50, public sector agencies, NGOs, and over 650 newsrooms worldwide.
Dataminr shares its experience with and industry knowledge of building and optimizing SOCs to suit your needs, in the eBooks below.
For those looking to set up a SOC
Starting a SOC may be a significant investment and commitment for your company. Before setting one up, know the six key considerations to take into account when building the business case for implementing real-time information and integrated risk programs. Greater efficiency, faster response times and improved overall security responses make a convincing case to implement a SOC with the Dataminr AI platform.
For those designing a SOC
You have been approved to set up a SOC, now let’s come to the details. Solidify your design by referring to the best practices for building a physical SOC. It lists the significant priorities in creating a SOC that would best serve your company now and into the future. The “alert-access-act” mechanism is explained to show how real-time alerts save time when responding to a risk incident.
For those looking to optimize an existing SOC
This guide to optimizing a physical SOC expands on how to maximize its capabilities and potential. Five major areas are highlighted to develop your SOC further to make it more future-proof and benefit your company. It talks about the ways to measure SOC success and the potential to converge risk management teams.
Dataminr processes billions of data units daily from 180,000+ public information sources in 100+ languages and in multiple formats — including text, images, video, sound, and public sensor data. It gives hundreds of businesses and organizations critical insights, providing them with a time-advantage to act quickly on emerging risks. Dataminr is an award-winning innovative AI solution that continues to expand its machine learning-powered platform to solve real-world problems.
A SOC that uses Dataminr real-time alerts allows you to make better-informed decisions and be proactive in risk management. You get to spend less time searching for information and more time acting on it. What you know and when you know can be the difference for your company’s success or failure during a crisis. The question is: what’s the risk you’re willing to take?
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