Though we go head-to-head on a daily basis, I would be remiss if I didn’t appreciate the competition amongst us vendors within the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) space. It’s this healthy competition that drives each of our respective products and solutions — all sharing the same goal of reducing damaging breaches — to be at their absolute best. We may diverge on features, capabilities, and pricing models as SIEM providers, but at our core we all strive to help our customers succeed against the bad guys.
That being said…
Security companies must prioritize security and security-focused innovation. I’m not just referring to the obvious example of ArcSight. I’m speaking to the larger trend of many leading companies with security products having their fingers in too many pies — diluting their priorities and efforts for the sake of the bottom line.
LogRhythm’s focus has always been on doing right by our customers. We do security, and we do it well. With our recent acquisition by Thoma Bravo, we’re poised to advance our innovation and presence even further in the marketplace without losing our core focus of helping customers detect, respond to, and neutralize damaging threats.
Our robust security analytics provide effective identification of user-based, endpoint, and network threats within one efficient and extensible platform. We pride ourselves on delivering an industry-leading product backed by world-class service and support. Our team of security experts is dedicated to ensuring our customers’ security programs are successful.
We’ve helped many customers transition from their current deployment to our platform — delivering valuable insights within hours. For instances where ripping and replacing was too daunting an overhaul in the immediate future, LogRhythm User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) has been deployed as an add-on option to existing tech stacks, significantly bolstering threat detection and hunting capabilities.
You can learn more about LogRhythm NextGen SIEM competitive advantages here.
At the end of the day, we’re all on the same team fighting for the same cause. SIEM providers’ efforts to one-up each other really work to the benefit of end customers and the health of innovation in the marketplace at large. And with a deeply rooted prioritization on customer success, we at LogRhythm consider that a pretty sweet market edge.