Blue Team

Your Veteran Defenders.

The blue team is BARQ Systems' veteran defenders who are ready 24/7 for cybersecurity attacks, even before it happens.

They are always in testing and awaiting setups while working on monitoring and strengthening every inch of your security infrastructure.

What made them an undefeatable protection force is the fact that they are aware of harmful tactics, techniques, and procedures that attackers use. Accordingly, they know how to be fully equipped with the know-how of protecting, modifying, and regrouping your defense measures for unbreakable secured systems.

The good part is that our blue team behavior is not limited to triggered attacks’ alters. They also endure ongoing analysis of unusual and suspicious behavior and are continuously working to fortify the overall digital security architecture.

Security Operation Center (SOC)

The security operations center is BARQ Systems' expert group of SOC analysts who work on tools such as SIEM, EDR, and NDR in order to make the blue team mission happen! It's a group of our finest Cyber Security professionals who monitor, detect, analyze, and investigate cyber threats for your systems. They work day and night and constantly keep an eye on networks, servers, computers, endpoint devices, operating systems, applications, and databases to identify any early indications of a cyber security breach.

SOC as a service

SOC as an operation

Extra optional tailored services upon request

Incident Response

What if your company is already exposed to a cyber-attack? If the incident remains and has the chance to breach data, the company will suffer from reputation loss, regulatory fines, and legal fees.
This is where BARQ Systems’ Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) comes into play for managing and containing any security incident before it escalates into bigger problems and reaches the company's sensitive data. It makes quick decisions with reliable information and conducts a set of response activities to remediate the root cause and avoid other potential incidents.

Threat Hunting

Threat Hunting is a proactive approach that detects non remediated cyber threats in all of the company's networks. It is used to identify the most sophisticated threats that could possibly pass automated cyber-security.
BARQ Systems' threat hunters use TTPs (Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures) through which they take into consideration every single method and tool that hackers may use. They use them to create and prioritize hypotheses where they can test the most dangerous ones first.
They use Security Information & Event Management (SIEM), Managed Detection & Response (MDR), Endpoint and protection response (EDR) and NDR as real-time monitoring and analysis tools for the whole IT environment.

Digital Forensics

Digital Forensics is a Cybersecurity process that investigates and analyzes a company's devices in the case of any cyber attack. It’s a part of an incident response dedicated to discovering the source of the attack to remediate it.
BARQ System's Team conducts the Digital Forensics process in four steps:

# Identification:

BARQ Systems' Team first identifies the suspected scope of computer devices, mobile devices, network, and database needed to be analyzed.


Preservation is to create a digital copy called forensic images that includes all the files and folders of devices to be safe from being tampered with. This step also recovers the deleted files that may have evidence of the cybercrime and the criminals themselves.


This is the step that will support or contradict the suspension of cyber threats. It's to analyze digital copies, searching for any digital footprint the attacker may leave. This helps the BARQ System's forensics examiners to understand:

  • How did the attacker gain access?
  • How did they affect the network?
  • Is their purpose to steal data or damage via planting malware?

Compromise assessment

Compromise Assessment is a cyber-security activity that scans the entire IT system searching for a suspected data breach. It includes deep forensic analysis for all network connections and active accounts in the environment.
The main difference between Compromise Assessment and threat hunting is that compromise Assessment is conducted in case the management suspects cyber threats. On the other hand, threat hunting is based on hypotheses created by the cyber-security team to cope with trends of cybercrimes and the ongoing development of hacking attempts.