According to the 2017 State of Cybercrime report, cybercrime damage costs will hit $6 trillion by 2021 even as cybersecurity spending is expected to exceed $1 trillion that same year. As attackers become more agile, defense systems need to identify and pre-empt increasingly more sophisticated attacks.
The new Security Operations Center (SOC) in Columbia, S.C. is designed to help clients drive innovation, transformation and operational efficiency across their organization. As part of the global cybersecurity network, Columbia adds to Capgemini’s existing world-class cybersecurity capabilities.
Cybersecurity is more than risk mitigation. It can be part of a broader growth strategy to become more data and customer-centric and gain a competitive advantage. The SOC in Columbia allows clients access to our cybersecurity talent at the advanced technology and development center as well as the progressive as-a-service delivery model that allows clients the flexibility to scale services based on their needs.
The end-to-end cybersecurity capabilities in Columbia, S.C. include:
- Security watch
- Fraud monitoring
- Advanced threat detection
- Incident response
- Governance risk management and compliance
Programs are tailored based on sector-specific requirements, risk profiles, critical data assets and current security strategies and levels of protection.
Built on IBM’s QRadar Security Intelligence Platform with advanced IBM Sense Analytics, the SOC in Columbia, S.C. helps identify threats and eliminate attacks by analyzing security data and matching user behavior with log events, network flows, threat intelligence, vulnerabilities and business context. IBM is one of the market leaders for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and has held leadership positions in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for SIEM2 for multiple years.
Video: U.S. SOC and Market Perspective
Capgemini’s Drew Morefield, head of the North American cybersecurity practice, shares his perspective on the importance of cybersecurity for organizations in their journey to the cloud and Capgemini’s Security Operations Center (SOC) in Columbia, SC.
Podcast: An intelligence-led approach to cybersecurity
Join Richard Starnes and Christer Jansson as they discuss the advantages of a Security Operations Center, and how an intelligence-led approach can help organizations monitor, detect, and respond to cyber threats.