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Foreground Security Offers Customers A Virtual Security Operations Center (V-SOC)

Solutions designed to assist government and commercial organizations anticipate, detect and respond to advanced threats and vulnerabilities

ORLANDO, Fla. — November 27, 2012— Foreground Security, a cyber security consulting, training and services firm, today announced its Virtual Security Operations Center (V-SOC), a set of complementary, modular and scalable solutions designed to assist government and commercial organizations anticipate, detect and respond to advanced threats and vulnerabilities across their information enterprise. Integrating into an organization’s existing security domain, Foreground’s V-SOC empowers security teams by providing cutting-edge tools and processes across core areas including vulnerability assessment, network forensics, incident response, metrics reporting, and risk management consulting. Customers employing V-SOC services benefit from Foreground’s extensive multi-industry experience and expertise managing comprehensive security programs that maximize existing security investments.

“Foreground’s V-SOC is a highly adaptive force multiplier for organizations which are increasingly challenged to maintain visibility of both the threat landscape and their evolving networks and IT assets,” said Dave Amsler, president and CIO, Foreground Security. “Attackers’ relentless probes and exploits coincide with the major security ramifications accompanying a shift to mobility and moving assets to a cloud based architecture. Our V-SOC services help organizations enhance their security operations and extend them to cloud based platforms, missions or business requirements. One of our key differentiators is performing complex correlation and analysis tasks in real-time and advising how to utilize the resulting data for ongoing protection. By tying comprehensive security planning, threat intelligence, incident handling, and continuous monitoring together, our V-SOC helps organizations strategically focus their resources and decision-making.”

Foreground’s analyst team operates the V-SOC and monitors clients’ infrastructures 24x7x365. Using leading-edge memory forensic and host-based process monitoring tools, Foreground produces timelines and artifacts for rapid, credible reporting on suspicious activity and security incidents. Foreground’s analysts also perform routine system health checks to ensure customers’ managed devices are activated, updated and running optimally.

As part of the V-SOC offering, Foreground provides log and network traffic analysis coupled with advanced automated threat intelligence tailored to each client and industry the company serves. Based on actionable intelligence and profiles of the customer's enterprise, Foreground’s patent-pending approach leverages automation, algorithmic tuning and correlation to perform cyber analytics. This yields real-time behavioral analysis that helps customers determine the security posture of their network and their people against today's advanced adversaries.

About Foreground Security

Foreground Security, a woman owned, small disadvantaged business, is a security consulting, training and services firm that believes in integrating leading edge security services, training, technologies, and commercial best practices in order to assist government and private sector organizations in strengthening their security posture. With offices in Virginia and Florida, the company employs highly skilled security architects and engineers that provide customers with the proven expertise and real-world implementation experience required to protect against today’s leading threats. With strong demand for its services, Foreground Security is continuing to grow rapidly and was recognized on Washington Technology’s Fast 50 in 2012 and won Network Products Guide’s Hot Companies and Best Products award for “Best Deployments in Governance, Risk and Compliance” in 2011. For more information about Foreground Security, visit: http://foregroundsecurity.com/.

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