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Innovative SecOps Solutions For Your Business  

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What is Security Operations?

As IT security becomes more robust, streamlining IT operations as a whole becomes more crucial than ever—especially as security threats continually evolve and pose unique, unanticipated threats.

Security operations is the merger and collaboration between IT security and IT operations, which prevents silos within the wider IT organization. The objective is to meet security goals without compromising any IT performance.


What We Do

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Operational Intelligence

Make security actionable with vulnerability information enriched by operational data to prioritize threats, plan remediation, and take action based on the impact to your organization.


Multi-tier remediation

Simplify, improve consistency, and increase scalability across network, server, and cloud environments with automated remediation that considers the severity of the issue and the operational context.


Compliance Automation

Achieve continuous compliance and improved cloud security by leveraging policies and best practices to identify violations and remediate quickly.


Building Blocks of SecOps

SecOps was born partly as a result of the significant advantages and successes provided by DevOps. The DevOps methodology addresses the inherent misalignment between teams and departments. Specifically, DevOps brings together Development (Dev) and IT Operations (Ops) to better coordinate priorities and optimize communication, while integrating automation to ensure fast and eligible software delivery.

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Earlier detection and prioritization

SecOps tends to focus on checking smaller, more productive segments rather than large batches or entire programs at once.

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Increased Transparency

The increased ties and collaboration between development, security, and operations can create transparency.

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Security improvements

SecOps improves security alongside the programming and operational aspects of DevOps.

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Threat Awareness

SecOps teams are typically trained in security operations to ensure that  everyone understands the security threats.



Frequently Asked Questions

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