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Carolina Advanced Digital Announces SOC as a Service

Raleigh, N.C. (May 28, 2021) – Carolina Advanced Digital, a nationally-recognized leader in technology infrastructure and security solutions, today launched its SOC as a service (SOCaaS), a truly holistic, in-house service for clients seeking to simplify the monitoring and management of their system through augmented security operations.

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Carolina Advanced Digital Drives Advanced Security Operations through Arctic Wolf Partnership

This partnership will continue to expand Carolina Advanced Digital’s portfolio of diverse offerings, allowing the company to service customers around the clock with a 24x7x365 security operations center and a team that operates an extension of the customer’s staff and can effectively detect, investigate and contain incidents in real-time. In addition, Carolina Advanced Digital’s offering with Arctic Wolf uniquely includes unlimited consulting for not only security configurations but the full networked infrastructure.

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New Tech Talk Video Podcast Series Q3 lineup

A love child of a video podcast and webinar, our new Tech Talk series will be sure to amaze and entertain. In these casual sessions, our engineering team will lead discussions on today’s top technology trends, answer client questions, and discuss solutions. Expect a...

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Preparing the Talent Pipeline in Cybersecurity: Carolina Advanced Digital & the Black Falcons

Through these interactions and experiences, students can explore firsthand the topics and careers they are interested in. The Black Falcons have produced dozens of cybersecurity professionals over the years, two of which went on to work for the National Security Agency (NSA). If we want to bridge the talent gap, we must continue to support programs that are designed to encourage younger generations to pursue careers in cybersecurity and STEM-related fields. Help us get students excited about cyber!

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