TEST YOUR SOC
Welcome to “Test Your SOC” by CyRay
At CyRay, we’re dedicated to streamlining your security processes. Here’s what you can anticipate from our platform:
🔹 Built-in Use Cases: For all CyRay customers using the Mobula platform, these use cases come standard. We ensure a consistent, high-quality experience tailored to your specific needs.
🔹 Agent-less & Native: We champion simplicity. Our use cases function without the necessity for additional agents, leveraging only native logs. Rest assured, third-party agents aren’t part of the equation — unless clearly stated in the article.
Embark on this journey, explore, and let’s fortify your Security Operations Center (SOC) together.
Always remember to test with care and responsibility.
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Testing Your SOC's Alertness
IntroductionWhile we’re conditioned to scan the periphery for threats, sometimes, the most unexpected activities occur right at the heart of our organizations. Envision this: your CEO, who typically stays miles away from the nitty-gritty of IT, launching PowerShell or tinkering
In the world of cybersecurity, caution is the key to maintaining the integrity of systems and data. Yet, as technology advances, so do the methods used by malicious players. One such tactic is the creation of user accounts that end
In the meticulous arena of cybersecurity, the devil is often in the details. A single character, or even the absence of one, can sometimes be the chink in your armor that adversaries seek. Among such deceptively simple techniques is the
Bridging the Gap or a Potential Pitfall?
Introduction Imagine your trusty Windows Server, typically bound by its Ethernet cables, suddenly embracing the wireless age. Intriguing, isn’t it? While a bold and unconventional move, it offers a novel lens through which modern SOC managers and CISOs can view
Unmasking The Hidden Threats
In the vast expanse of a corporation’s digital assets, the Microsoft SQL server often stands as its crown jewel, safeguarding valuable data crucial to business operations. Strangely though, while companies spend large sums on front-end security, SQL servers are sometimes
In the world of cybersecurity, event logs form the cornerstone of threat detection within SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) systems. But how effectively does your Security Operations Center (SOC) identify tampered event logs? This article explores SOC testing within
The aim of this test is to verify that your Security Operations Center (SOC) can effectively detect the “cmdkey /list” command execution. This command is used on Windows systems to list stored credentials and could be exploited by malicious actors