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CYBER DEFENCE SINCE 1996

25 years’ experience mitigating cyber risk for organisations
throughout the UK

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Managed Security Services

The ability to detect and respond to security breaches quickly and effectively is crucial for the cyber hygiene of your organisation. Sapphire designed its UK based 24x7x365 Managed Security Operations Centre (SOC) to help you to achieve rapid response times and maintain the very best cybersecurity protection available today.

Managing an in-house SOC can be costly and time-consuming, ensuring that your staff maintain their skills and certifications can be a challenge. Investing in managed services enables you to benefit from outsourced skills, infrastructure, resilience and expertise readily available from day one.

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  • Security Operations Centre (SOC)
  • SIEM as a Service
  • Vulnerability Management
  • Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
  • Incident Response
  • Threat Intelligence

Security Operations Centre (SOC)

Based in a UK-based centre, Sapphire’s Managed SOC brings together the latest technology with skilled analysts to protect organisations 24/7.

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SIEM as a Service

Sapphire’s SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) or SIEMaaS protects against cyber threats by identifying, reporting, and analysing security events.

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Vulnerability Management

With Sapphire’s vulnerability management service, we identify, evaluate, remediate and re-test security vulnerabilities with comprehensive reporting and analyst commentary.

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Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)

Sapphire’s Managed Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) provides visibility, protection, detection, and proactive responses to cyber threats.

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Incident Response

Our Managed 24/7 Incident Response can give your organisation access to cyber threat expertise when they need it the most.

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Threat Intelligence

Sapphire’s Managed Threat Intelligence Service gives you the context and actionable intelligence to proactively reduce risk to your digital and corporate assets.

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WHY SCAN YOUR NETWORK FOR VULNERABILITIES?

Although ‘vulnerability scanning’ is a broad term referring to a process involving detecting any defects in host configuration, the Operating System and installed applications, a vulnerability scan can involve a wide variety of processes.

Organisations of all sizes must understand and be able to patch vulnerabilities across their networks. When appropriate, with security controls and protection in place, organisations can secure their networks, users, and data.

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WHAT IS VULNERABILITY MANAGEMENT?

Vulnerabilities are present in all modern software. As a result of evolving threats, software needs regularly patching to remediate these technical vulnerabilities in an organisation’s network to protect it against potential malicious attackers. Having comprehensive vulnerability management processes in place makes these network vulnerabilities visible to IT experts.

Check out our article more more information about vulnerability management.

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WHAT DOES SIEM STAND FOR AND HOW DOES IT HELP YOUR BUSINESS?

SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) is one of many approaches to security management. It combines SIM (Security Information Management) and SEM (Security Event Management) to aggregate data from a variety of sources as well as identify any deviations and act against them.

As a result of ever-growing cybersecurity attacks, many organisations find identifying, prioritising, and action against malicious threats more challenging than ever. Therefore, SIEM is important as it works as a counterpoint fighting against threats.

Check out our article ‘What does SIEM Stand for and How Does it Help your Business?’

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EVENTS & TRAINING

NISC Annual Conference

February 16th 2022 @ 8:00 am – February 18th @ 5:00 pm