The SOC Visibility Triad refers to the three key components essential for effective security operations center (SOC) visibility. The triad includes network visibility, endpoint visibility, and user visibility. Network visibility involves monitoring and analyzing network traffic, identifying potential threats, and detecting anomalies or malicious activities. Endpoint visibility focuses on monitoring and analyzing activities and events on endpoint devices such as workstations, servers, or mobile devices. User visibility entails tracking and analyzing user behavior, privileges, and access patterns to detect suspicious activities or insider threats. The SOC Visibility Triad ensures comprehensive visibility across the network, endpoints, and user activities, enabling organizations to detect and respond to threats effectively.