What we do

Cyber Security Analytics

Locus IT’s Security analytics is a proactive approach to cybersecurity that uses data collection, aggregation and analysis capabilities to perform vital security functions that detect, analyze and mitigate cyberthreats. Security analytics tools such as threat detection and security monitoring are deployed with the aim of identifying and investigating security incidents or potential threats such as external malware, targeted attacks and malicious insiders.

With the ability to detect these threats at early stages, security professionals have the opportunity to stop them before they infiltrate network infrastructure, compromise valuable data and assets, or otherwise cause harm to the organization.

Our security analytics solutions aggregate data from numerous sources that include endpoint and user behavior data, business applications, operating system event logs, firewalls, routers, virus scanners, external threat intelligence and contextual data, among other things.

Combining and correlating this data gives organizations one primary data set to work with, allowing security professionals to apply appropriate algorithms and create rapid searches to identify early indicators of an attack. In addition, machine learning technologies can also be used to conduct threat and data analysis in near real time.


working with various customers across the globe since the inception in 2007, made us confident in dealing with any critical project.

  • Experience as Code
  • Client Enablement
  • End-To-End Focus
  • Specialized in Security
  • Certified Team Members
Our Approach

Types of security analytics tools we follow

There are numerous security analytics tools on the market today, many of which help enterprises detect and prioritize threats, while also creating response strategies, analyzing adversarial behavior and iterating against potential attacks.

Behavioral analytics examines the patterns and behavioral trends of users, applications and devices to identify abnormal behavior or otherwise detect anomalies that could indicate a security breach or attack.

An external security services firm may offer threat intelligence as part of its portfolio. While not security analytics per se, TI platforms supplement the analytical process.

Forensic tools are used to investigate past or ongoing attacks, determine how attackers infiltrated and compromised systems, and identify cyberthreats and security vulnerabilities that could leave an organization susceptible to a future attack.

NAV is a collection of tools that analyze end-user and application traffic as it flows across the network.

Security information and event management combines a series of tools to provide real-time analysis of security alerts generated by network devices and applications.

Security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) is the hub that ties together data gathering capabilities, analysis and threat response.