Our Cybersecurity Services and Managed Security Services are structured to not only cut costs but also to maintain critical priorities across the business, without the need to compromise security.

As the digital world grows exponentially, so do digital threats. Hacks happen. Businesses suffer. Your business needs a strong defense team to keep malicious attacks at bay by constantly maintaining powerful firewalls and automated security systems.

You need talented IT professionals that are ready for anything and committed to your protection – day or night. 

Do your human resources department struggle to discover and place cyber security niche skill sets? Is precious time being wasted on countless interviews that do not come to fruition?

XDC Global understands the issues facing your business.  We are connected to the right people and committed to matching your business with the best cyber security talent for your project.

We regularly place the following cyber security positions:

  • Cyber Security Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Risk Consultants
  • Cybersecurity Architects 
  • Cyber Security Engineers
  • Security Business Analysts
  • CISOs

Our candidates are proficient in the following technologies: 

  • Incident Response
  • Network Security
  • Identity Access
  • Cloud Security
  • Data Security, 
  • Threat Management
  • Penetration Testing

Leverage XDCs State of the Art Managed SOC – Security Operations Center – 24 / 7

Security operations centers run 24/7 365 days a year. This uninterrupted monitoring is critical to detecting the first signs of anomalous activity. SOC team members monitor for potential vulnerabilities around the clock to catch threats at all hours.

What we can do for you:

  • Quick and effective response

Because SOC team members continuously monitor for threats, they decrease the amount of time elapsed between when the compromise first occurred and mean time to detection. Should the anomalous activity be detected, SOC analysts investigate and verify the event is indeed an attack before working to contain it. The SOC team then begins incident response to determine the severity of the threats, eradicate them and remediate any ill effects.

  • Cost-Effective

By minimizing the amount of time, a cyber attacker has access to an enterprise’s network, the SOC team can reduce the effect of a breach including the potential costs the breach may incur via data loss, lawsuits, and/or business reputation damage.

SOC teams work diligently to minimize downtime and business disruption during an attack to prevent monetary losses. In terms of operations, having a centralized SOC team can lower Capex and Opex. 

  • Threat prevention

The analysis and threat hunting conducted by SOC teams help prevent attacks from occurring in the first place. SOCs provide increased visibility and control over security systems, enabling the organization to stay ahead of potential attackers and issues.

  • Security expertise

The XDC Security Operations Center (SOC) consists of a SOC Manager, Incident Responder and Security Analyst(s), as well as other specialized positions, such as Security Engineers, Threat Hunters, Forensic Investigators, and Compliance Auditors. Each of these employees has a diverse set of skills, which, when combined with those of other SOC employees, is instrumental to detect, remediate, analyze, and learn from threats. XDC SOC Team Members also have a broad knowledge of tried-and-true technologies for threat detection and prevention, such as SIEM, Behavioral Threat Analytics, AI and Machine Learning, and Cloud Access Security Brokers, as well as the most advanced threat detection techniques.

  • Communications and Collaboration

Our SOC team is well versed in communication and collaboration — not only within the team itself but also with the customer organization. XDC SOC Team Members educate employees, third-party contractors, clients, and more about potential threats through security awareness training programs.  XDC SOC team members also share security insights with C-level executives and management, business leaders, and department heads to help company leaders calculate potential risks to evaluate if the risks should be accepted or if a new policy or control should be adopted to mitigate them.

  • Compliance

Key SOC monitoring capabilities are integral to enterprise compliance and regulations that require particular security monitoring functions and mechanisms, such as GDPR and CCPA.

  • Improved Business Reputation

By leveraging XDC SOC,  it indicates to employees, clients, customers, and third-party stakeholders that the company takes data security and privacy seriously. This allows the business, employees, and customers to feel more comfortable sharing data. And the more seriously a company takes the security and privacy of its data, the greater trust it will earn from its constituents. The improved business reputation from a well-run SOC can potentially increase recommendations derived from current clients to prospective ones.