The right people, processes, and technology. Those are the components of a security operations center (SOC), and they’re what every company needs to monitor, detect, and respond to today’s
Frost & Sullivan recently interviewed Arctic Wolf customers as they conducted a 3-year total-cost-of-ownership (TCO) analysis of building your own SOC versus buying Arctic Wolf’s SOC-as-a-service. In this report, Mike Suby, the VP of Research at Frost & Sullivan, appraises all the variables that go into the total cost of ownership of a SOC and concludes:
- A DIY approach costs up to 9X more than Arctic Wolf’s AWN CyberSOC™ service
- SOC expertise/staffing is the greatest cost consideration
- SOC-as-a-service customers experience high rates of satisfaction
For organizations seeking a security operations center, Arctic Wolf’s AWN CyberSOC™ is the perfect solution. To do the equivalent internally would have cost us far more and taken many tmonths. AWN’s Concierge Security Engineer™ acts as extension of our IT team and provides a level of service that can only be described as incredible.
Larry Chapman, IT Manager, Trusource Labs