Responsibilities of NSPL Security operations center with prompt member roles
The operations center teams identify possible threats and incidents. After this, they evaluate and investigate them to discover the appropriate solutions. Take a glance at the primary responsibilities of a COC –
- Implementation and Management of Different Security Tools
A skilled operations center team understands the device requirements. From essential security tools, such as DLP, firewalls, IDS/IPS, to enterprise forensic tools, the teams identify it all while still considering the SIEM solutions.
- Analyze Suspicious Activities
By using supervising tools, the operations center team appears for suspicious activities within the system. Their actions are based on the alerts produced by SIEM.
- Maintains Network Downtime and Make Sure Business Continuity
Organizations require minimal or no network downtime to keep their businesses afloat. To manage a similar, the operations center notifies the stakeholders during any security breach.
- Checks Regulatory Compliance
The team audits the security infrastructure to confirm whether it meets all the appropriate regulatory compliance.