Eviden opens SOC in Mexico to address regional cybersecurity

Eviden opens SOC in Mexico to address regional cybersecurity

Eviden, a leading name in digital, cloud, big data and security, has announce the opening of its new Security Operations Centre (SOC) in Monterrey, Mexico, to enable advanced cybersecurity services to organisations across North and South America.

The Mexico centre is Eviden’s 17th next-generation SOC worldwide. The company also has a global team of more than 6,500 security specialists.

As the company explains, not only is there an increasing number of cyberattacks in today’s business environment but these attacks are becoming more sophisticated.

Thus, Eviden says, its Security Operations Centres serve as a key differentiator to managing business risk by transforming security environments from highly siloed to holistic, advanced operations.

Eviden’s Mexico SOC will provide customers with its Managed Detection and Response (MDR) solutions to detect and mitigate threats, and then enable customers with informed, prescriptive responses for proactive safety.

The advanced MDR solution, powered by Eviden’s next-generation artificial intelligence platform AIsaac Cyber Mesh, provides threat intelligence, threat hunting, security monitoring, incident analysis, threat containment and full-service response to tackle today’s emerging threats. 

In 2021 Eviden launched a ‘sovereign data’ version of its MDR service, ensuring that client data remains in the same geography. The classic cloud-native version of Eviden’s MDR service, meanwhile, is now 100% carbon neutral.

Eviden’s global network of SOCs leverages Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRT) to block and neutralise cyberattacks in real time across industries. Each SOC is designed to rapidly identify and limit the impact of security incidents for large organisations using 24/7/365 threat monitoring, detection and targeted responses.

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