Overview

Security information and event management (SIEM) has evolved to include advanced analytics such as user behavior analytics (UBA), network flow insights and artificial intelligence (AI) to accelerate detection as well as integrate seamlessly with security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) platforms for incident response and remediation. SIEM can be enhanced by consulting and managed services to help with a threat management program, policy management and augmenting security staff.

Benefits

Identify insider threats

Uncover suspicious user activity that may indicate compromised credentials or an insider threat.

Detect advanced threats

Piece together several seemingly low-risk events to find the one extremely high-risk cyber attack underway.

Secure the cloud

Expose hidden risks in hybrid multicloud environments and containerized workloads.

Uncover data exfiltration

Correlate exfiltration events, such as insertion of USBs, use of personal email services, unauthorized cloud storage or excessive printing.

Manage compliance

Manage regulatory risk for a variety of compliance mandates, such as GDPR, PCI, SOX, HIPAA and more.

Monitor OT and IOT security

Centralize monitoring for OT and IoT solutions to identify abnormal activity and potential threats.

SIEM solutions

SIEM software

Gain actionable insights into siloed security data, quickly identify the top threats, and reduce the total alert volume. With more visibility across on-premises and cloud-based environments, your team can apply AI to accelerate investigations, and automate response and remediation.

Threat management services

Manage the full threat lifecycle with an integrated program of cognitive tools, automation, orchestration and human guidance.

Security operations center consulting

Assess your threat strategies, unite security operations and response, improve your security posture and migrate to the cloud confidently.

Weather Company delivers a secure end-user experience with SIEM

The world’s largest private weather enterprise needed comprehensive security for a complex hybrid cloud environment, cloud-native applications and data. Importantly, it would have to deliver performance, protection and availability in the face of any threat.

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