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Differences between NOC, SOC and CyberSOC by Pablo San Emeterio and Gabriel Bergel.

July 20, 2017. What are the differences between the NOC, SOC and CyberSOC? ¿What are their functions and objectives? What to assess in a SOC and a CyberSOC? Our CSAs Pablo San Emeterio and Gabriel Bergel, together with a special guest, will solve this questions in this webinar. Don’t miss out this Talk!


#11Paths: Differences between NOC, SOC and CyberSOC

The War Against Ransomware
The War Against Ransomware Claudio Caracciolo & Pablo San Emeterio February 23, 2017
Under Attacked Network
Under Attacked Network Arsene Laurent & Claudio Caracciolo March 9, 2017
Data Access Control and De-Duplication in Cloud Computing
Data Access Control and De-Duplication in Cloud Computing Diego Espitia & Jorge Rivera March 23, 2017
Breaking Applications
Breaking Applications Pablo San Emeterio & Diego Espitia April 6, 2017
Playing with Messaging Apps
Playing with Messaging Apps Gabriel Bergel & Claudio Caracciolo April 20, 2017
Securing the Hosts (paranoid mode)
Securing the Hosts (paranoid mode) Arsene Laurent & Gabriel Bergel May 11, 2017
Cryptography, Cryptocoins and Suchlike
Cryptography, Cryptocoins and Suchlike Jorge Rivera & Rames Sarwat May 25, 2017
Is It Possible to Prevent Fraud?
Is It Possible to Prevent Fraud? Diego Espitia & Rames Sarwat June 8, 2017
Out to Capture Victims
Out to Capture Victims Gabriel Bergel & Arsene Laurent June 22, 2017
PinPay and Security in Micro Payments
PinPay and Security in Micro Payments Jorge Rivera & Pablo San Emeterio July 6, 2017
Differences between NOC, SOC and CyberSOC
Differences between NOC, SOC and CyberSOC Pablo San Emeterio & Gabriel Bergel July 20, 2017
mASAPP: Continual discovery and analysis of mobile apps
mASAPP: Continual discovery and analysis of mobile apps Víctor Mundilla & Álvaro Rodríguez July 27, 2017
DroneTinder: Continuous monitoring in Tinder with Virtual Drones
DroneTinder: Continuous monitoring in Tinder with Virtual Drones Julio García & Pablo San Emeterio August 3rd, 2017
Defensive Security vs. Offensive Security
Defensive Security vs. Offensive Security Claudio Caracciolo & Jorge Rivera August 10, 2017
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Diego Espitia & Rames Sarwat August 24, 2017
Securing Industrial Systems
Securing Industrial Systems Gabriel Bergel & Carlos Ávila September 7, 2017
Fog / Edge / Cloudlet Computing
Fog / Edge / Cloudlet Computing Carlos Ávila & Claudio Caracciolo September 21, 2017
Monitoring and Alert Management
Monitoring and Alert Management Pablo San Emeterio & Diego Espitia October 12, 2017
The Inevitable Evolution of Managed Security
The Inevitable Evolution of Managed Security Jorge Rivera & Rames Sarwat October 26, 2017
The Hidden Face of Steganography
The Hidden Face of Steganography Pablo San Emeterio & Carlos Ávila November 9, 2017
Security in Mobile Telephony Systems
Security in Mobile Telephony Systems Claudio Caracciolo & Rames Sarwat November 23, 2017
Open Data: Much to See
Open Data: Much to See Gabriel Bergel & Diego Espitia December 7, 2017
GDPR Regulation
GDPR Regulation Francisco Oteiza & Juan Antonio Gil December 14, 2017
Security Forces and CyberCrime
Security Forces and CyberCrime Jorge Rivera & Carlos Ávila December 21, 2017
Pentesting with the new FOCA
Pentesting with the "new" FOCA Pablo González December 28, 2017

Network Operations Centers (NOCs), mostly known because they are a fairly common service today, are usually based on facilities with large screens or video walls with workstations for operators and analysts, meeting rooms, coffee rooms, break rooms… In short, an area suitable for continuous monitoring (5 days a week for 8 hours a day, 5X8, or seven days a week for 24 hours a day, 7X24) of the activity in telecommunication networks, service systems, TV broadcasts, etc. The main goal is mainly to monitor the “availability” of networks and services.

Perhaps the SOCs (Security Operation Centers) are not so well-known within the operation areas, and while their physical aspect may be very similar to NOCs, their goals are quite different, mainly because they are oriented to protect the Security (Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability) of networks and services. They must be able to detect any malicious activity present in the network through sensors installed in different platforms, they must inform, manage and respond to different alarms…

But in the family of operations, there is one more brother, known as CyberSOC or also as Advanced SOC. In this webinar, we will explain the general concepts and the main differences between these “three brothers”, analyzing not only their objectives and functions, but also their organization and the tools they need to function and deliver value-added services. We also saw what is expected of each of them as a client, and can we improve as a company that contracts these services.

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OSINT
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