Enhance your company's threat detection, response, and prevention capabilities by uniting and coordinating all cybersecurity technologies and operations. THUX's SOC is composed of a team of IT security professionals who monitor the entire infrastructure 24/7 to detect cybersecurity events in real time. Our experts select, manage IT security technologies, and improve the security profiles of the company.
The three main areas of THUX's SOC are:
1. Preparation, planning, and prevention;
2. Monitoring, detection, and response;
3. Recovery, enhancement, and compliance.
THUX's SOC is an ISO27001 certified service.
SMART DETECTION: Real-time threat detection through the combination of Cyber Security Feeds, System Logs, and Machine Learning.
DEDICATED TEAM OF EXPERTS: Analysts and ethical hackers' expertise integrates with the software service in synergy with our systems.
REAL-TIME SYSTEM ADVISORING: Notifications and rapid intervention to stop threats in their tracks with swift and effective solutions.
The Blue Team defends your company from attacks, eliminates security risks, and responds when cybersecurity incidents occur. The Blue Team is responsible for the defense of the organization's systems and networks. They focus on implementing security measures such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDS), antivirus software, and other protective measures. Their role is to maintain a robust security infrastructure and respond to any potential incidents or attacks.
The "Blue Team" is the counterpart of the "Red Team" in the field of cybersecurity. While the Red Team is responsible for conducting penetration tests and attack simulations to identify vulnerabilities, the Blue Team is tasked with defending the organization from such attacks and protecting its systems and sensitive data.
The primary responsibilities of the Blue Team include:
1. Security Monitoring: The Blue Team is responsible for continuously monitoring the organization's systems, networks, and applications to detect suspicious activity or anomalous behavior that may indicate an ongoing attack.
2. Threat Detection: The Blue Team uses security tools such as Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) to collect, correlate, and analyze security data to identify potentially malicious activities.
3. Incident Management: In the event of an attack, the Blue Team is responsible for responding quickly and effectively to contain and mitigate security incidents.
4. Implementation of Countermeasures: The Blue Team works to implement and maintain security measures to prevent and counteract cyberattacks. This may include the installation of firewalls, antivirus software, multi-factor authentication (MFA) systems, and other security technologies.
5. Forensic Analysis: Following security incidents, the Blue Team conducts forensic analysis to understand how the attacks occurred and to gather evidence that may be useful for further investigative or legal actions.
6. Security Testing: The Blue Team collaborates with the Red Team or other security service providers to conduct controlled vulnerability assessments and penetration tests to identify and address vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by real attackers.
The Blue Team plays a critical role in cybersecurity, as it is responsible for protecting and defending the organization against cyber threats. Their ability to detect and respond to attacks in a timely and accurate manner is crucial for maintaining the organization's security environment and ensuring that data and systems are safe from external and internal threats.
The Red Team simulates the attacker and attempts to gain control of systems using vulnerabilities in technologies and people. After this hacking phase, it ensures that all identified vulnerabilities are eliminated and reports them for resolution.
The "Red Team" is a group of specialists tasked with conducting penetration tests and attack simulations against an organization with the goal of identifying vulnerabilities and weaknesses in security systems.
The term "Red Team" refers to a simulated attack team.
The primary responsibilities of a Red Team include:
1. Penetration Testing: The Red Team simulates cyberattacks, attempting to gain unauthorized access to an organization's systems, networks, or applications. This process is known as "Penetration Testing" or "Ethical Hacking."
2. Vulnerability Identification: The main objective of the Red Team is to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the organization's security. This helps the Blue Team improve security measures to prevent future intrusions.
3. Realistic Attack Simulation: The Red Team conducts realistic attacks, aiming to emulate the behaviors of external or internal attackers.
4. Evaluation of Countermeasures: The Red Team analyzes the effectiveness of currently implemented security countermeasures, providing feedback to the Blue Team to enhance defensive strategies.
5. Reporting and Recommendations: At the conclusion of simulations, the Red Team provides a detailed report of findings along with recommendations for security improvements.
The Red Team acts as a "friendly adversary," and its work is legal and authorized by the involved organization. This approach allows the organization to identify and address vulnerabilities before real attackers can exploit them. Red Teaming is often an integral part of a robust cybersecurity program, as it helps improve overall security posture and protect sensitive data from external threats.
Consulting team for certifications and the computer security incident response team.
*A CSIRT (Computer Security Incident Response Team) is the entity responsible for monitoring, intercepting, analyzing, and responding to cyber threats.
We guarantee the correct management of all information related to the security status of a company; full control of the infrastructure, the data involving its users, processes, and technologies with a Zero Trust strategy.
PROTECTION AND PREVENTION: Monitoring; Remediation; Threat notifications and blocking.
RESPONSE & REMEDIATION: Automatic remediation and intervention by the cybersecurity specialist team and CSIRT in the event of intrusion.