Security Operation Center (SOC)
Corsica has two geographically redundant Security Operation Centers (SOC) located in Augusta Georgia, and Fort Wayne Indiana. These SOC’s are home to our teams of security experts that specialize in delivering security monitoring services 24x7x365.
Endpoint Detection & Response/DataSentry™
Provides real-time threat defense for companies of all sizes. We monitor server and device activity (Host Intrusion Detection System/HIDS) for signs of worms, malware, spyware, software vulnerability exploitation, and more.
Advanced Security Monitoring & Management/DataDefend™
Network Intrusion Detection (NIDS) combines with event logging (Security Information & Event Management / SIEM) and endpoint monitoring (DataSentry™) for advanced, real-time activity analysis. DataDefend™ is a top choice for any company handling private customer data and/or intellectual property.
Let the security experts of Corsica manage and monitor your security tools to ensure optimum ROI. With redundant Security Operation Centers, operating around the clock, you will have peace of mind knowing that you have a dedicated team focusing on your security so you can focus on your business.
Incident Response & Containment
Our incident response team includes experienced Incident Handlers, Incident Engineers and Incident Managers. By understanding attack and evasion techniques, we utilize our advanced tools to investigate possible security events and contain active threats.
Our Digital Forensics and Incident Response team (DFIR) is comprised of trained and certified experts uniquely and specifically qualified to perform investigations and analysis, adhering to industry best-practice techniques that gather and preserve evidence from a system or systems ensuring that the information collected is suitable for presentation in a court of law.
Take a Tour of our Security Operation Center
Corsica Cybersecurity President Charles Johnson gives a behind-the-scenes look at one of Corsica's two geographically redundant Security Operation Centers (SOC) in Augusta, Georgia.
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