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Basics of Security Control Room Solutions
Most business and non-profit organizations don’t realize just how vulnerable they are when
it come to overall security. This is because their security is spread over numerous teams
namely, IT, corporate security, network guys, and dedicated network engineers. It is
important to know the type of security services that you need, depending on whether you
are a small, medium, or large enterprise. Designs of control rooms vary, and expert security
control room solutions providers can help you hone in on the best design for your
SOC Vs ISOC
SOCs are found in a host of configurations in different enterprises. They also go by many
names, including control room, security defense center (SDC), security intelligence center,
cyber security center, threat defense center, infrastructure protection center (IPC), security
intelligence and operations center (SIOC). There are two broad distinctions that can be
drawn when it comes to the design of a control room.
A Security Operations Center (SOC) is a centralized unit designed to deal with security issues
on a technical and organizational level. Staff supervise the site from a centralized location in
the facility or building with the use of data analyses technology. Some of the functions for
which a SOC is often equipped include access monitoring, and controlling of alarms, vehicle
barriers, and lighting.
An Information Security Operations Center (ISOC) is a centralized location from where
enterprise information systems are monitored, assessed and protected.
Who Needs a Security Control Room Solution?
For medium and large enterprises, the answer is an obvious ‘Yes’, but when it comes to
small enterprises, just imagine a worst case scenario, whereby your security has been
breached. Think of the nature of information that will be compromised and discover if such
a prospect keeps you awake at night. If the prospect of a breach is a nightmare scenario,
you need a security control room solution.
Talk to Experts
Established providers of security control room solutions give you access to the latest designs
of control rooms that take a lot of technologies and scientific studies into consideration.
They provide comprehensive solution from the facility to furniture designs. Search the
internet for a shortlist of providers and conduct some background checks before signing on
the dotted line.