Security Operations Center

What is a SOC?

A security operations center (SOC) is a dedicated site where enterprise information systems are monitored, assessed, and defended. 

Today’s organizations keep most of their sensitive data and information online that diversified on many platforms online. They highly depend on the internet and cloud storage. Although internet and cloud services bring tremendous benefits to the organization as a whole, it includes some IT risks as well. To keep your online space secure, you need watchdog services like Security Operation Center (SOC).

The primary task handled by SOC is to monitor, prevent, investigate, and detect potential security risks. TCSS Security Operation Center has a team of highly skilled technicians who are proficient in monitoring and protecting your company’s assets online. Whether it is intellectual property, personal and employment information, or brand value, we can safeguard everything you put online.

How Does it Work?

With no reliable IT security services, all kinds of company assets are at risk for various online threats such as hacking, data theft, and more. Availing Security Operation Center services prevents these threats and shields your information from intruders. Here at TCSS, we have a 4-step approach:

  • A thorough inspection of your current network, systems, and firewall.
  • Advance and proactive response teams for maintenance and monitoring.
  • Breach investigation and solutions.
  • Complete network audits to comply with data privacy regulations.

Enroll your business with the most advanced Security Operation Center today with TCSS' Cyber Security solutions. Reach out to us for more information on how to secure your data online.

Monitoring and Aggregation

The SOC monitors and aggregates logs from the OT/IT infrastructure, applications and assets (on premise or cloud)

Logs and Storage Assessment

The logs are stored on a dedicated SIEM to assess the data for threats and suspicious activity


The SOC also monitors applications to identify a possible cyber-attack or intrusion and determine whether it is a real, malicious threat


The SOC is responsible for correlating events between the infrastructure application and other assets’ events


Includes incidence response protocols, consistent review and updates and alert protocols


The SOC receives and processes alerts

Incident Reports

Include the number of incidents defended, incidents that require attention and more

Incident Response Team

Identifies, analyzes and reacts to Cyber Security threats