Implementing SOC/SIEM capabilities for a global asset manager

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Project type Programme Management and Delivery
Client Global asset manager
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We implemented Security Operations Centre and Security Information and Event Management (SOC/SIEM) capabilities for a global client, ensuring that this encompassed people, process and technology: 

  • People: we helped implement a hybrid operating model for the organisation, using a mixture of in-house resources as well as selecting a managed service security provider to bolster and augment their cyber defence centre. 
  • Process: we ensured that the service was only deemed ready for ‘go-live’ once appropriate operating guides, processes and communication plans were completed. This also included security incident response plans and processes to ensure the organisation was prepared for a cyber attack.
  • Technology: we implemented an enterprise-grade SIEM solution that was integrated with the organisation’s foundational technology fabric including their service desk ticketing application, IT asset database and key systems.

We successfully delivered a sustainable and strategic capability that is still in place today. 

A failure in cyber security not only has the potential to impact operations, core processes, and reputation, it will also likely have the impact of undermining the public’s confidence in the financial services industry as a whole.

If you would like our help to identify deficiencies in your defences, then please get in touch with us at info@three-two-four.com or by phoning  +44 203 603 4733.

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