Going SOCless:

The Next Leap in
Enterprise Cybersecurity

The enterprise SOC (Security Operations Center) concept is often
glamorized – big monitors, flashy visualizations and tiers of analysts somehow
consuming all this information.

Going SOCless:

The Next Leap in Enterprise Cybersecurity

Going SOCless: The Next Leap in Enterprise Cybersecurity

The enterprise SOC (Security Operations Center) concept is often glamorized – big monitors, flashy visualizations and tiers of analysts somehow consuming all this information. With the threat landscape increasing and attacks becoming more commonplace, there is no time to focus on anything except security results. That’s why the future of enterprise cybersecurity is not the SOC, it’s SOCless. SOCless applies to enterprises of all sizes and security maturity.

Whether you want to supercharge your mature security operations, or get the security ROI you know you’re capable of, or get started on your security journey – SOCless is for you. If you run a security services provider, SOCless is still highly relevant, but in the sense that your organization is part of a SOCless solution for enterprises. Before unpacking what SOCless is, why it’s important, and how to go SOCless – it’s important to be clear on what SOCless is not. SOCless is not about trimming your already lean security team where many may work in the “SOC.” Additionally, for enterprises, SOCless is not about abandoning SOC-as-a-Service offerings from trusted partners (in fact it is the opposite).

How to go SOCless

Here is a quick summary on going SOCless

First, it’s for all enterprises. Even the biggest, most technically competent ones – as noted earlier Netflix is SOCless, FOX Corporation is too. If you are a lower security maturity enterprise, partner with a leading MSSP(Managed Security Service Provider) or MDR (Managed Detection and Response) provider.If your security maturity is in the middle or on the higher end, make the proactive commitment, implement the right systems, and consider a security partner for co-management.