Trifecta: LogRhythm Recognized by Forrester, SANS, and SC Labs

In just the last few months, LogRhythm has been named a Leader in the Forrester Wave: Security Analytics Platforms, Q1 2017 analyst report, was honored by the SANS Institute in the “Best of 2016 Awards” in the SIEM category for the second time, and received a 5-star rating and the only Recommended designation for the SIEM category by SC Magazine for 2017. This trifecta of recognition further validates the strength of the LogRhythm Threat Lifecycle Management (TLM) Platform and how it is resonating with customers and market experts alike.

Recognition like this validates not only the original vision of our founders, but also many years of innovation, hard work, creativity, and listening to customers by the LogRhythm team. It is the result of a culture of innovation and continuous improvement. While recognition like this is always encouraging, we know we cannot rest on our laurels. It is a reminder of the need to double down our efforts to help customers stay ahead of increasingly sophisticated threat actors of all stripes as we continue to advance this platform that increasingly is the foundation of choice for next-gen SOCs across the globe.

The LogRhythm TLM Platform uniquely combines leading-edge big data technology, multi-dimensional behavioral analytics and machine learning to deliver next-gen SIEM, log management, endpoint monitoring, Network Behavior Analytics (NBA), User Entity and Behavior Analytics (UEBA), and Security Automation and orchestration (SAO) capabilities in a single end-to-end platform. LogRhythm’s approach to Threat Lifecycle Management connects people and processes with technology across security operations teams with the ultimate goal of reducing the mean time to detect and respond to cyberthreats while keeping staffing levels low.

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