This utility company typically performed data service applications using on-premises data centers, but as their business evolved, they looked to begin migrating various utility service applications to AWS. They initially tested a shift of water applications to the cloud, but not long after migration, they began experiencing a high volume of attacks on their new cloud infrastructure, which required high volume of manual response actions.
This global manufacturer manages a large volume of products to meet demands for construction clients. They invested in Splunk for their security needs, but their internal IT and cybersecurity teams didn’t have the experience to utilize it to its full potential nor support 24/7 operations; additional, they were building up their cloud infrastructure in AWS. Without having the internal resources to support their infrastructure, they needed to find a partner that could help with their in-house SIEM solution and AWS data to ensure that their data was always safe.
When this well known home automation company came to Proficio, they were already housing their webcam data in Amazon Web Services (AWS). Cloud security was a priority, so they needed to have around the clock protection to ensure their data was secure but didn’t have the resources to monitor their networks 24/7 while also managing a cloud infrastructure, which is often time consuming and overwhelming for a security team.
This major life insurance provider was pleased with the abilities of Splunk, but their team had limited resources. Since their system processed millions of log events every day, investigating notables and remediating critical events without a dedicated 24/7 Security Operations Center (SOC) became an overwhelming task. In addition, they were hosting significant data in the cloud. So, they decided to partner with subject matter experts that could provide an additional layer of security for both platforms.
Given the group’s growth and expansion, cybersecurity was a key priority for the IPH IT team. While the team had providers in place, they felt their needs weren’t being met; they did not have adequate incident tracking mechanisms or a centralized location to go to for any issues. So, the team decided to search for a new security provider that could provide quicker response times and a unified view of security alerts across the group, which would alleviate internal resource constraint that comes with investigating security incidents from multiple vendors.