What is a SOC?
(Security Operation Center) used for Physical Security Monitoring. Created to protect the most important elements of a public or private institution, information and its people, with the main objective of monitoring security systems to keep them away from unnecessary threats or risks.
Designed to operate 24 hours a day, the work centers are designed to ensure the safety of their end users. SOCs are usually accompanied by specialized software for monitoring physical security systems, also called MISP (Physical Security Information Management). This software is often the cornerstone for monitoring failures in the CSS Monitoring Center.
The SOCs have infrastructure and technology equipment for the security of information systems such as: Videowalls, Access Control, Security Equipment, Data Encryption, Power Backup Systems, Fire Protection Systems, CCTV and Video Surveillance Systems, Networking Equipment, etc., and technological equipment in general that will ensure the proper functioning of the systems as they handle highly relevant information.