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SecurityMetrics Pulse Security Operations Service (SOS)

SecurityMetrics Pulse Security Operations Service (SOS)

See the threats you've been missing.

IT teams are often overburdened and lack the resources to proactively tackle cybersecurity threats. Arm your IT team with the tools, training, and support for crucial network threat visibility – at an accessible price.

Lighten Your Workload With Security Operations Center Staff

SecurityMetrics Pulse Security Operations Service (SOS) provides the cyber expertise you need to protect your network. With assistance from experienced Threat Intelligence Analysts, you can strategically plan how to strengthen your extended network and remote locations. 

Your IT or security team can also leverage SecurityMetrics’ 20 years of data security knowledge to get expert advice and problem solving techniques.

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Get Crucial SecOps Threat Visibility

The SecurityMetrics Security Operations Center (SecOps) discovers threats attacking your locations so you can take action and stop a breach. Pulse uses sensors placed in and around your organization’s attack surfaces. Using these sensors, Pulse provides you with visibility and actionable insights.  

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Stay Ahead of Attacks With Essential Vulnerability Management

Because your exposure and risk report details which specific vulnerabilities pose the most danger to your network, you can anticipate network attacks and take preventive action. Threat actors are using cutting edge tactics to compromise organizations, and it’s challenging to set aside the required time to identify your network’s cyber threats. Pulse uses superior SIEM technology to detect, monitor, and hunt cyber threats 24/7, so you can focus on remediation.

  • Find your most pervasive threats with access to finely tuned and frequently updated scan engines
  • Avoid a system lockout with ransomware and virus protection
  • Spot threat actors in your network with asset discovery
  • Lighten your workload with security team augmentation
  • Prevent further damage with immediate compromise notification
  • Track security progress with an up-to-date monthly analyst review and report
  • Get a monthly cybersecurity consultation with a threat hunter 
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Reasons to Use SecurityMetrics Pulse

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24/7 Location Monitoring

SecurityMetrics Pulse monitors around the clock to analyze all of your system and location traffic, including satellite and extended networks.

 

 

Understand Your Threats

The SecurityMetrics Pulse report provides details of suspicious traffic going in and out of the network, allowing you to discover known bad IPs accessing your network and which ports have the most traffic.

 

Focus on Identified Vulnerabilities

SecurityMetrics Pulse uses SIEM tools to identify which vulnerabilities are the most pervasive across your network, helping you prioritize your security efforts and saving you time.

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Best-In-Class SIEM Solution

Using the best SIEM solutions, the SecurityMetrics Threat Intelligence Center gathers your potential security incidents for review, adding contextual analysis to your threats, and then categorizes and ranks your vulnerabilities.

Reliable Experience

With over 20 years of data security experience, SecurityMetrics has advised some of the world’s largest brands to help secure over a million systems. Using their extensive experience, SecurityMetrics Analysts can give you the answers and solutions you need.

Further Your Resources

Your security or IT team is busy. By leveraging SecurityMetrics Threat Analysts’ expertise, your team can focus on remediation efforts, getting more done.

Key Product Features

Compromised Network Identification and Notification

Pulse sensors collect background data, including scan, firewall, and endpoint data, to keep your operations up and running. Your network data is reported and reviewed by a Cyber Threat Intelligence Center Analyst. If one of your locations is ever compromised, you will receive an alert and details on the next steps necessary for remediation.

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Track Your Progress

The executive-level summary report includes:  

  1. A rating of your network security health based on the risk level of identified vulnerabilities. 
  2. A list of all your locations and which ones are sending data to the Threat Intelligence Center. 
  3. A risk breakdown of newly discovered, persistent, and resolved vulnerabilities.

You'll also have access to a Pulse dashboard with up-to-date information on your environment and next steps to reconcile any threats.

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Monthly Vulnerability Assessment Scanning

SecurityMetrics Pulse scans your locations both externally and internally, identifying which points of your network are vulnerable. This can include misconfigured firewalls, malware hazards, and remote access vulnerabilities. Results of these scans are scored according to the CVSS. This data is then analyzed in the SecurityMetrics Threat Intelligence Center to identify indicators of compromise.


Prioritized Vulnerability List

SecurityMetrics Pulse focuses your security efforts. Vulnerabilities discovered through various sensors are compiled into a ranked action list by a SecurityMetrics Threat Intelligence Center Analyst. The prioritized list outlines the total number of your vulnerabilities and the most-compromised locations, segmented by threat level. Your top vulnerabilities at each location are also identified, ranked by risk, and organized into the following categories: outdated software/services, design flaws, network misconfigurations, and unsupported OS.

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Advanced Endpoint Protection

Endpoint security protects your locations from malware, ransomware, exploits, and viruses. Using anti-ransomware technology to detect malicious encryption processes, endpoint security stops them from spreading across your network. Your  data is then sent to the SecurityMetrics Threat Intelligence Center to enhance your attack trend analysis.


The SecurityMetrics Security Operations Center (SecOps)

We are a PCI certified Qualified P2PE Assessor (P2PE QSA), Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV), Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), Certified Forensic Investigator (PFI), and Managed Security provider with 20 years of data security experience. From local shops to some of the world’s largest brands, we help all businesses achieve data security through managed services and compliance mandates (PCI, HIPAA, HITRUST GDPR). We have tested over 1 million systems for data security and compliance.

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