Managed Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
Our managed SIEM is the perfect solution for small to medium-sized businesses that require top-notch cybersecurity but lack the resources to handle it in-house. You can now focus on growing your business while we take care of all your cybersecurity needs. Our cost-effective and intelligent solution provides you with a seamless and comprehensive approach to safeguarding your enterprise against cyber threats.
Our cutting-edge SIEM and SOC work together seamlessly to offer a holistic approach to safeguarding your organization against cyber threats. Our team is dedicated to efficiently monitoring security events, detecting and neutralizing potential risks, and ensuring that your organization meets compliance standards. With our expert guidance, you can make well-informed choices to boost your organization's security stance. By centralizing security event data, our solution eliminates any blind spots, effectively managing potential risks and keeping your enterprise safe and secure.
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What is a SIEM?
SIEM is a powerful tool that gathers security notifications and event data to provide a comprehensive view of potential threats. It ensures compliance and generates compliance reports by collecting data from all systems. SIEM automatically cross-correlates and analyzes all event logs across your network, including the server type, applications, and configuration, to prevent false positives. It integrates threat intelligence feeds, blacklists, and geolocation data to reduce false positives and detect hidden cybersecurity issues, making it an essential component of any robust security posture.
What is a SOC?
A Security Operations Center (SOC) is an essential component for effectively examining and responding to IT security incidents. While smaller organizations may rely on their IT staff for this task, larger organizations require a SOC to manage the sheer volume of events. To effectively manage these alerts, the SOC leverages a SIEM that incorporates alerts from various components, such as endpoints, network equipment, firewalls, servers (internal or web), cloud resources, virtual devices, mobile devices, and applications.
How Do a SIEM and a SOC Work Together as a Managed SIEM?
The seamless integration of a SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) system and a SOC (Security Operations Center) is a formidable combination. The SIEM acts as the first line of defense, collecting and analyzing security data, while the SOC validates and investigates alerts, taking prompt and effective action for incident response and remediation. With the SIEM's crucial role in reporting, compliance, and continuous improvement, security incidents can be detected and resolved efficiently. Together, they form a collaborative and efficient security operations framework that leaves no room for vulnerabilities. Although larger organizations have their own SOC staff, most SMBs lack the necessary resources to manage in-house.
In our managed SIEM, the SIEM and SOC seamlessly collaborate to provide a comprehensive and affordable approach to safeguarding SMBs against cyber threats. Our team is committed to monitoring security events efficiently, detecting and mitigating potential risks, and ensuring compliance standards are met. With our expert advice, you can make informed decisions to enhance your organization's security posture. By centralizing security event data, our solution eliminates any blind spots, effectively managing potential risks and keeping your enterprise secure.
What challenges are addressed by a Managed SIEM?
SIEM solutions address a variety of business challenges, including:
- Addresses compliance with regulatory requirements
- Cost-effective choice for SMBs that don't have resources to manage their security posture
- Streamlines incident response/mitigation with real-time alerts and actionable insights for cyber threats
- Automates the aggregation, cross-correlation, and analysis of event logs from across your network to identify threats
- Provides valuable security intelligence and actionable insights for informed decisions
- Ability to scale to meet your business requirements without costly infrastructure
Reasons for a SIEM
A Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution is critical for organizations seeking to strengthen their security posture. By consolidating all security and event data into a central location, SIEM eliminates blind spots and provides a comprehensive view of potential threats. With SIEM, suspicious activities can be detected quickly, reducing the chances of false positives. This ensures that potential security problems are identified and dealt with before they escalate into a full-blown security breach. Additionally, SIEM allows for comprehensive monitoring and enforcement of corporate policies, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements such as PCI, HIPAA, and FFIEC. With SIEM, organizations can rest easy knowing that their security is strengthened and they are well-prepared to tackle any potential security threats.
Managed Security Information & Event Management (SIEM) Datasheet
Challenges Facing Organizations Without a SIEM
Limited Resources / Expertise
Managed SIEM/SOC services provide access to a team of experienced security professionals and who possess the knowledge, skills and tools to manage and respond to security incidents effectively. This helps SMBs leverage specialized expertise without the need for extensive hiring or training.
Difficulty Meeting Compliance, Regulatory, Supply Chain Requirements
The SIEM's powerful capabilities enable businesses to effortlessly showcase their compliance with various security standards and regulations like PCI DSS, HIPAA, GDPR, and more. By leveraging these capabilities, businesses can generate compliance reports with utmost efficiency, ultimately saving valuable time and effort.
Business Email Compromise Trend
A SIEM can play a major role in helping organizations detect and respond to Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks through log monitoring, analytics, user behavior analysis, event correlation, and integration with external threat intelligence feeds.
Lack of Access to Threat Intelligence & Its Potential Impact on Business
SIEM solutions integrate with external threat intelligence feeds, enhancing its ability to detect attacks by cross-referencing events with known activity indicators.
Data overload from multiple systems creates alert fatigue and log data
A SIEM offers a centralized hub that effortlessly gathers, organizes, and oversees logs from various origins. This streamlines log management, empowering technical teams to effortlessly delve into logs, swiftly address problems, and thoroughly investigate security incidents.
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