If you’re not familiar with SOCVue, allow me to fill you in: in short, it’s a solution we’ve developed that consolidates multiple streams of security data to help detect and respond to threats faster. With it, we bring together security events from a wide range of data sources to help our security analysts investigate and analyze thousands of threat alerts, ensuring that our customers only concentrate on those that matter most.
And that’s the key here – ensuring that you, our customers, know how to spend your limited time and can concentrate on the most important, highest-impact issues. No one has the time or team to chase each and every potential red flag. Nor should they. That’s why we use SOCVue to gain full network visibility and then filter to you what’s truly worthy of your time.
Which brings us to today. At Cygilant, we believe in constantly making sure that we provide nothing but the best to customers. With that spirit in mind, I’d like to share with you some of the new enhancements we’ve been working on:
- Centralized Information Source – Cygilant’s security analysts can now triage, investigate and respond to alerts more efficiently by incorporating all key information on to one central screen. Workflows can be completed in fewer steps.
- Integrated SOCVue Ticketing – Customers can now easily share files with our SOC, making it easier to diagnose potential vulnerabilities and threats.
- Remote Settings Management – Remote settings management options have been incorporated for the local patch server and patch agents, creating a better experience for customers by giving them a single-pane of glass view.
- Vulnerability Management Dashboard – We’ve also added a new monthly vulnerability management report that makes it easier to understand the overall environment, and makes sharing user-friendly reports with company executives a simple task.
Oh – one more benefit of SOCVue to mention – it can also be used as the system of record for incident response and reporting, helping you to easily meet all security and compliance requirements.
Want to know more? The full press release issued this morning is available here, or drop us a line if you’d like to chat about how we can help you get better visibility into what security actions you should be spending time on.
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