When cyberattacks are targeting your organization, speed and precision matter. A security information and event management (SIEM) solution operates as your team’s central nervous system to alert and enact countermeasures when a threat is looming.
Learn how a SIEM can improve your security maturity.
According to Frost & Sullivan, “A well-designed SIEM will not only advance security objectives, but will also optimize security analysts’ time and talent and streamline workflow processes.”
But not all SIEMs are created equal. And your SIEM can be the biggest expenditure in your security toolset. Learn how you can maximize your investment while protecting your organization, download Frost & Sullivan’s SIEM’s Total Cost of Ownership: Key Considerations below.
To be truly effective, your security information and event management (SIEM) solution must deliver far more than just gathering log data and surfacing alarms. It must give your team actionable insights from advanced analytics, data forensics, and incident response capabilities. These features will determine your team’s ability to detect and respond to cyberthreats.
So what should you look for in a SIEM? Gartner defines the following as core capabilities:
A SIEM is an important instrument in your security toolkit—but it’s not the only one. To keep up with the ever-evolving threat landscape, you may need a SIEM with additional capabilities for network forensics, endpoint monitoring, UEBA, and incident response.
LogRhythm’s unified Threat Lifecycle Management Platform is designed to scale with your organization’s security needs without costly integrations or customizations. It delivers real-time visibility, intelligence, and automation across your entire IT environment.
Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your SOC with LogRhythm Enterprise or LogRhythm XM. Both will accelerate your team’s threat detection and response capabilities and deliver comprehensive compliance assurance and security automation and orchestration. Both are designed for ease of use out of the box. Select the configuration that is right for your organization.
Improved efficiency for your SOC with end-to-end capabilities that include network forensics, UEBA, and incident response.
Accelerated threat detection and response for improved mean time to detect and respond metrics for your SOC.
Comprehensive compliance automation and assurance.
Easy-to-use out-of-the-box features so your team can begin to provide value immediately after deployment.