Wipro announces advanced cloud SOC service powered by Microsoft Azure Sentinel

Wipro Limited, a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, today announced the launch of advanced cloud Security Operations Centre (SOC) services using Microsoft Azure Sentinel.

As part of this integration, Wipro will offer managed cloud SOC services with built-in Artificial Intelligence (Al) and Orchestration capabilities for rapid threat detection and response for its clients across hybrid cloud environments. In addition, Al-based capabilities of Wipro HOLMES™ will be used to measure the risk factors against compliance standards. Apart from a large pool of skilled and experienced cyber incident responders and threat hunters, Wipro’s Security Intelligence service will bring in the following differentiators:
I. Proprietary use-case creation framework with industry specific use-case libraries
II. Periodic service self-assessment on Log sources, use-case efficacy; benchmarking these facets to Lockheed Martin Kill chain and MITRE framework
lll. Factory model System Integration for quick onboarding of event sources and creation of use-cases
IV. Building security unique playbooks to automate workflow and processes, and leverage Azure Sentinel SOAR capabilities

Wipro is enhancing its cloud threat management capabilities in the form of an adaptive, intelligent and cloud-native SOC for single or multi-cloud customers. The partnership will focus on overall cloud security portfolio and will help Wipro’s clients to accelerate their cloud journey, while also realising cloud benefits by doing business securely.

Senior Vice President and Global Head, Cyber Security and Risk Services, Wipro Limited, Raja Ukil said, “This unique cloud-native SOC capability will act as a catalyst in advanced threat hunting, detection, rapid remediation and protection in the cloud. We continue to provide advanced cloud security services to our clients and the partnership with Microsoft reinforces our commitment to bolster our cloud threat response service offerings.”

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