I remember the first time LogRhythm was awarded Best SIEM by SC Media — formerly SC Magazine. It was 2009, Lady Gaga was winning Grammy awards, the global economy was at rock bottom, and LogRhythm had begun our climb to the top. Ten years later, Lady Gaga is still winning Grammy awards, (and Oscars) and likewise, we continue to pile up leadership awards and recognition of our own. From the beginning, our focus has been on innovation, user experience, and our customers. While achieving customer success continues to be our primary focus, getting recognized for what we create is particularly gratifying… and the hits keep coming.
During the recent RSA Conference, LogRhythm was recognized for three new awards. SC Media recognized LogRhythm once again as the “Best SIEM Solution” of 2019. In addition, Cyber Defense Magazine recognized LogRhythm with the Market Leader awards for both SIEM and UEBA (User and Entity Behavioral Analytics).
To add to the excitement, Gartner recently announced that LogRhythm was named a 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM). This designation is particularly gratifying as it is a result of direct customer feedback. Based on more than 180 customer reviews, LogRhythm earned an average score of 4.4 out of five stars. Outperforming our competition, more than 80 percent of those reviewers indicate that they are willing to recommend LogRhythm to their peers. When you also consider that we were recognized as a market leader in Gartner’s SIEM Magic Quadrant for the 7th straight year and the leader in the Forrester Security Analytics Platform Wave for 2018, LogRhythm is truly leading from every angle.
This is all made possible by our customers and partners, who leverage the LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform every day to secure their organizations and provide invaluable feedback to help us constantly improve our solutions. On behalf of LogRhythm employees around the world, thank you for your partnership.
One final thought, I’ve always believed one should celebrate successes and wins briefly and avoid getting too comfortable. While it’s nice to receive these awards and recognition, our job is far from over. There are much more innovation and user experience improvements on the way in 2019 and over the next few years. The awards and distinctions tell us we’re on the right track, but there are miles to go before we sleep (Robert Frost was a closet cybersecurity fan 🙂 ).