Security as a Service

A Security Operation Center (SOC) is a must-have for businesses that don’t want to risk the financial and legal exposure of a data breach. That’s why IT360 has partnered with Arctic Wolf to offer SOC as a Service to deliver the sophistication and surveillance needed to protect your data and organization.

This strategically-crafted combination of cutting-edge technology and human vigilance incorporates advanced machine learning and comprehensive real-time threat intelligence. Designed to beef up your security at an affordable price, SOC as a Service deliverables include:

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Vaccine Research Companies are the Target of New Ransomware Attacks

The U.S. Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) warns financial organizations to be aware of campaigns actively targeting vaccine companies If you’re a ransomware gang and you want to maximize your ransom, who do you attack? An organization working feverishly to potentially make billions of dollars via a desperately needed vaccine, of course! Take […]

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[HEADS UP] Allowing Site Notifications Can be Very Costly

Krebs on Security reported that there have been an increasing number of websites asking visitors to approve ‘notifications’. In most cases these notifications are not malicious, but several firms are paying site owners to install notification scripts to sell to scammers. Normally, a website will ask permission to send notifications (as long as you approve […]

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