Co-Managed SIEM Services

Take your visibility into security and compliance posture to the next level with hybrid Security as a Service from EiQ.

EiQ acting as an extension to your IT security team will improve your organization’s IT security and compliance posture. With EiQ, you can implement an enterprise-class IT security program to protect against modern-day cyber threats while meeting regulatory mandates. EiQ’s SOCVue services combine people, process, and technology to deliver continuous visibility.

SOCVue Co-Managed Services leverage your existing investments in security technologies and provide a world-class team of security and technology experts to manage the technology, provide content engineering assistance, and help implement security best practices.

SOCVue enables your organization to:

  • Gain 24/7/365 continuous visibility into your security posture by supplementing your existing IT staff with cybersecurity experts from EiQ’s global Security Operations Centers (GSOCs).
  • Leverage EiQ’s content engineering expertise to develop alerts, correlation policies, reports, and dashboards for continuous security and compliance posture.
  • Improve your IT security posture through proactive security monitoring, patch management and vulnerability assessment.
  • Comply with regulatory mandates such as PCI DSS, HIPAA, FFIEC, GLBA, and more.

Co-Managed SIEM for Splunk Enterprise Security

SOCVue Co-Managed SIEM for Splunk ES is a security-as-a-service solution that combines people, process, and technology. Security experts from EiQ global SOC act as an extension of your IT team and deliver a force multiplier effect.

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Learn how you can identify threats and vulnerabilities, mitigate risk, and achieve compliance with EiQ’s SOCVue hybrid security as a service.

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As a company we now have greater network visibility and it’s a game changer for how we approach our IT procedures. We’re also able to effortlessly see what vulnerabilities are being overlooked in our servers and software so we can quickly remediate them before a cybercriminal ever gets the chance to exploit them.
Mark Camacho IT Manager, Arizona Canning Company