The main objective of the Cyber Security Operations (CSO) department is to provide comprehensive, tailored, high-end services in the field of cybersecurity, in order to address and reduce potential risks for Neurosoft’s customers. The CSO department has adopted a holistic approach to cybersecurity, which is implemented through continuous risk assessment processes, effective implementation of required security measures and active monitoring and response to cybersecurity incidents. Up until 2022, the department consisted of the three traditional security divisions: the Red Team (SAS – Security Assessment Services), the Blue Team (MSS – Managed Security Services) and Risk and Compliance Team (GRC – Governance, Risk and Compliance).
We have always been committed to providing state-of-the-art cybersecurity solutions to our customers. To further enhance our services, we have recently introduced the Cybersecurity Technology Advisory (CTA) division in our organization’s CSO department. With CTA, we empower our customers to reinforce their digital defenses both during planning and operation of their infrastructures.
CTA consists of two main pillars: Cybersecurity Architecture and Cybersecurity Engineering.
- Cybersecurity Architecture studies the blueprint of the item in scope (such as an application, a solution, a deployment or an infrastructure) to identify weak spots and propose mitigations to close any security gaps. It defines the security strategy that should be implemented, identifies security requirements and outlines the technical controls that must be used to protect systems and data. Security Architects are responsible for ensuring that the required security level is maintained and that all security solutions are implemented with integrated security. They work with stakeholders to identify potential security risks and develop strategies to mitigate them. Our skilled Cybersecurity Architects work closely with our customers to understand their unique business needs and related security requirements. They develop customized recommendations, design robust security architectures and recommend advanced technologies to safeguard critical data and infrastructure.
- Cybersecurity Engineering involves the implementation and maintenance of the customer’s security solutions. Cybersecurity Engineers are responsible for maintaining the required security posture of the organization by running the necessary security operations. This includes identifying and mitigating security threats such as malware and vulnerabilities, implementing the activities required from SOC findings to respond to incidents when they occur, and managing the day-to-day operation of the customer’s security infrastructure. To do so, they are trained in a wide range of security technologies, as they must be able to communicate effectively with other IT professionals, business leaders, law enforcement officials and other stakeholders to ensure that security measures are implemented timely and effectively. Our team of experienced Cybersecurity Engineers will ensure that our customers’ security infrastructure works in the desired way, to achieve and maintain the required security level.
In the world of cybersecurity, where data is a valuable asset and cyber threats are constant, CTA leverages its technical expertise to bridge the gap between Red, Blue, and Compliance teams. With CTA we empower organizations to navigate the digital landscape with confidence, knowing that their digital assets are shielded by the expertise and dedication of our Cybersecurity Architects and Cybersecurity Engineers. The tight collaboration of CTA with the rest of CSO certifies that security issues are proactively addressed and that the applied security measures are continuously adapted to the ever-evolving threats, creating an ironclad shield. As we continue evolving alongside the cybersecurity landscape, our commitment to innovation and customer success remains unwavering, upholding a secure and resilient future for the organizations we serve.