360 SOC Offers Ultimate Protection For Any Size Business

Our team of security consultants, business leaders and engineers, use their unique blend of business & technology by leveraging our unique “Reverse DNA” methodology.

3690 SOC is available through Sequentex

Features and Services

360 SOC offers both custom and comprehensive solutions to meet your unique requirements…

Managed Detection and Response (MDR), Extended Detection and Response (XDR), and Security Operation Center as a Service (SOC as a Service)

Security Information & Event Management (SIEM)

360 SOC can help your organization leverage your current security technologies and integrate them into our Award Winning “360 SOC” a SOC as a Service platform.

360 SOC platform is made up of Gartner Magic Quadrant Leaders.  We aggregate these technologies to deliver an efficient, reliable, and cost-effective solution to organizations of any size.

SIEM – 360 SOC’s Security Information Event Management solution delivers the visibility that SOC teams require to detect, investigate and remediate malicious activity.

Advanced SIEM – 360 SOC’s advanced SIEM has over 250+ Integrations including Syslog, ODBC, SFTP, SCP, FTPS, SNMP, Checkpoint, LEA, WinRM, OpenAPI, Office 365 and many more….For a full list of integrations, contact the 360 SOC sales team.

  • Managed Detection and Response (MDR) is a cybersecurity service that helps organizations proactively protect against cyber threats. It combines advanced technology with expert human analysis to continuously monitor networks and endpoints for malicious activity and suspicious behavior, and provides a comprehensive and accurate assessment of potential threats.

  • MDR provides organizations with a proactive approach to security, actively searching for potential threats and alerting them to potential issues before they become major problems. It also has built-in response capabilities to help mitigate the impact of a security incident, such as the ability to isolate infected devices or block network communication.
  • Data collection and analysis: SIEM collects and analyzes security-related data from a wide range of sources, including network devices, servers, applications, and endpoints. It uses this data to identify potential threats, such as malware, ransomware, and insider threats.

  • Threat detection: SIEM uses a combination of machine learning algorithms and expert analysis to identify potential threats. It also provides tools for analyzing and understanding the scope and nature of a threat, such as detailed logs and timeline views.

  • Response capabilities: SIEM has built-in response capabilities, such as the ability to isolate infected devices or block network communication, to help mitigate the impact of a security incident. It also provides tools for coordinating and managing the response to a security incident, including incident prioritization, assignment, and resolution.