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Bringing comfort in an uncertain era of cyber security

iitecinc offers a comprehensive Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution that gives your company access to real-time security data, analytics, and alarms. This is achieved by leveraging the power of SIEM technologies. We assist you in gathering and preserving data from all areas of your environment, including networks, apps, and endpoints, so you have the knowledge required to decide on security measures with confidence. Experts in cyber security with years of experience in the field make up our team.


Best Services You Get

Security Audits

To make sure our clients' networks and systems are safe and compliant with current cyber security guidelines, we offer security audits.

Vulnerability Assessments

We help you find weaknesses in your system or network and offer suggestions for fixing them.

Penetration Testing

We carry out penetration testing on your system or network to assist find vulnerabilities that hackers might take advantage of.


Most frequently Asked
Question and Answer

  • What are the issues faced by security operations?

    Numerous problems challenge security operations. The biggest obstacle is the enormous amount of data and information that needs to be analyzed in order to recognize, evaluate, and address threats. Security operations also need to continuously adjust to emerging threats. The growing sophistication of bad actors is another problem. Given that today's attackers are more skilled and prepared than in the past, even a small error could have devastating repercussions.

  • What can I expect from your security operations center?

    Security is always a top priority for businesses, and it's important to have an operation center that can help you keep your data and systems safe. Our security operation center services include: -continuous monitoring of your systems - vulnerability assessment and penetration testing - malware removal and prevention - incident response - system security management

  • What steps would you take in your SOC deployment?

    Determine what your needs are for SOC services.
    Evaluate your current security posture and identify any gaps or weaknesses.
    Design a security operation center strategy that meets your specific needs.
    Implement the security operation center strategy.

Here are just some of the benefits of trusting iitecinc. for SIEM:

  • Data IntegrationEnsure your organization meets compliance standards.
  • SIEM gives you the ability to monitor and track all of your systems and applications, ensuring that they are meeting all industry standards for cyber security.

  • Application IntegrationDetect and prevent cyber-attacks
  • By detecting and stopping cyberattacks before they happen, you may save time, money, and resources by preventing downtime or the need for costly data recovery procedures with a iitecinc SIEM solution.

  • Business Process IntegrationReduce IT costs with an automated system that scales easily and quickly as business needs change over time
  • The iitecinc SIEM solution is made to be easily scaled to meet the needs of growing or shrinking businesses. It also aims to lower total IT expenses while offering sophisticated security features that guard your network infrastructure from potential threats from both internal and external sources, such as hackers and other malware attacks.

SIEM features and capabilities

Important features to consider when evaluating SIEM products include the following:

Data aggregation

Data is collected and monitored from applications, networks, servers and databases.


Typically a part of SEM in a SIEM tool, correlation refers to the tool finding similar attributes between different events.


Data is collected and aggregated from applications, databases, networks and servers and is displayed in charts to help find patterns and to avoid missing critical events.


Some SIEM software might also include automated functions, such as automated security incident analysis and automated incident responses.

Integration with other controls.

Can the system give commands to other enterprise security controls to prevent or stop attacks in progress?

Threat intelligence feeds

Can the system support threat intelligence feeds of the organization's choosing, or is it mandated to use a particular feed?