Monitor, Assess & Defend Your Systems

Once systems are updated and structures put in place, security relies on people, processes and technologies that can monitor intelligently and react swiftly to threats as they arise. To do that you need a Security Operations Center (SOC) and Network Operations Center (NOC) based around comprehensive security information and event management (SIEM) and dedicated to ensuring uninterrupted and secure service. Xoriant provides that with comprehensive monitoring featuring activity logs and monitoring, analytics, reporting and dashboards to enable advanced threat detection and optimize performance.

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(SIEM & NOC/SOC) Solution

Key Features

  • User and entity behavior analytics through event streams across disparate data sources
  • Real time event correlation
  • Proprietary analytics enable APT remediation and vulnerability scans and remediation
  • Anomaly and incident detection based on behavioral analytics includes signature-based event detection and alerting
  • Dashboard and reporting includes customized static and dynamic dashboards in Splunk to integrate multiple business environments and IT compliance reports
  • Identification of known and unknown threats, risk prevention and whitelisting


  • More secured environment through the use of automation and analytics
  • Cost effective model allows pay-as-you-go for relevant services and customized services to suit your requirement
  • Automatic detection of anomalies and near real- time detection of security incidents
  • Easy access to information through standardized dashboards

Security Tools & Accelerators

APT Detection Accelerator

User & Entity Behavioral Analytics

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Need help defending your sensitive data and crucial systems?
Looking to track multiple environments across your global business on one dashboard?
Interested in a cost effective model to monitor security that keeps your business goals in mind?

Xoriant can help.

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