Why SOC Uses as Service Know More

  • A security operation center (SOC) is the most essential element of modern security
  • SOC are expensive, complicated, and complex to integrate with existing security solutions
  • The easy route is to invest in products, but this does not guarantee security
  • Continuous efforts to prioritize security incidents with actionable intelligence

LTS Secure


differs, it’s a combination of

  • Continuous efforts to Prioritize security
  • Incidents with actionable intelligence
  • Predictive capabilities of the products
  • Streamlined operations for automated response after detection
  • Comprehensive, up-to-the minute threat intelligence to protect you from known and emerging threats
  • Cloud Monitoring: 360 Visibility of Cloud Infrastructure and Cloud Applications

LTS Secure SOC-as-a-Service Top 5 Objectives

Visibility : TTo deliver continuous visibility to detect advanced attacks on apps, devices, and by users.
Security : To deliver a context-aware security protection platform to protect against motivated attacks
Compliance : To share compliance visibility for on-premise and Cloud Infrastructure from a single solution.
Integrated Security : To remediate security silos to give cost-effective and effective security
Intelligence Driven SOC (SOAR) : To enable SOC as a Service with intelligence, social awareness, and predictive security for all IT layers

LTS Secure SOC with No Install, Setup, Maintenance, or Infra Costs

  • Cyber SOC in Minutes
  • Security Analysts are available
  • Dedicated SPOC for the client
  • Actionable remediation recommendations
  • Managed Detection and Response
  • Predictive model with adaptive tuning for efficiency and scale
  • Remote forensic analysis
  • Security Incident and Crisis Support
  • Prioritization of remediation and required steps
  • Comprehensive Log Collection and Retention
  • Inbuilt compliance reports like ISO270001/PCIDSS/Business Continuity, and more
  • Monitoring user behavior and managing security incidents
  • Reducing the time and costs of audit preparation
  • Value from Day 1
  • Assessment of the severity of an incident or crisis