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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In the first part of this series released on Tuesday, we set the stage for present-day ransomware attacks. These professional enterprises have developed (and continue to improve upon) automated technology that increases their reach and depth of attacks. Businesses can no longer take a wait-and-see approach or keep kicking the cybersecurity can down the road. […]

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Ransomware Attacks Aren’t Just for Big Companies

While millions of Americans were celebrating a long Independence Day weekend, something sinister was happening behind the scenes. Considered to be one of the largest ransomware attacks ever, more than 1,000 businesses worldwide were suddenly locked out of their own IT systems with demands to pay up to $5 million each to regain access to […]

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