SOCs can accurately report to the C-Suite and board members.
Mandiant Security Validation (formerly Verodin) provides SOCs with empiric reports that reveal exactly how people, processes and technology respond to a specific cyber threat ahead of time, effectively displaying what the post incident report will look like before the actual incident occurs. Armed with this information, SOCs can accurately report on and direct effective cyber risk management plans, understand the true impact of different attacks, cover technology gaps and make educated investment decisions to improve cybersecurity risk management.
SOCs gain unprecedented visibility into technology and processes.
Mandiant Security Validation (formerly Verodin) enables SOCs to gain end-to-end network visibility so that they know what tools are and are not working, while reducing the risk of missing or mismanaging critical alerts due to false positives.
SOCs receive real and continuous validation.
Because Mandiant Security Validation (formerly Verodin) continuously monitors and validates the layered defenses, cybersecurity effectiveness is always understood and improving. And that means SOCs will no longer miss critical alerts, are able to respond to breaches effectively, and have the insights to correlate alerts and events quickly.