A SOC is a centralized unit within an organization that is responsible for monitoring, analyzing, and responding to security-related events and incidents. The SOC team is responsible for detecting and responding to security threats in real-time and works to prevent security breaches and minimize the impact of incidents that do occur.
A SOC analyst is a member of a SOC team who is responsible for monitoring and analyzing security events and alerts.
The analyst uses a variety of tools and techniques, such as security information and event management (SIEM) systems, intrusion detection systems (IDS), and endpoint detection and response (EDR) tools, to detect potential security incidents.
SOC analysts must have a strong understanding of security concepts, such as network security, access control, and incident response, as well as the ability to analyze and interpret security data.
They must also be able to work collaboratively with other members of the SOC team, including incident responders and security engineers, to investigate and respond to security incidents.
Overall, SOC analysts play a critical role in an organization’s security posture, helping to protect sensitive data and systems from cyber threats.
This course helps you to learn and implement those strategies and with training provided. This will in turn help you play a significant role in defending against cyber threats and keeping sensitive information secure.
Who this course is for:
- IT professionals looking to start a Cybersecurity Career
- Non-IT Professionals wanting to start Cybersecurity Career People from Non-Technical backgrounds Graduates
- People from Non-Technical backgrounds Graduates
- Who passionate on cyber security
- Basic Computer Knowledge
Last Updated 5/2023