Jul 30, 2018

Logsign is a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution which provides security analyses and compliance to regulations in one platform.

Founded in 2010, Logsign believes that cyber security is a teamwork and that security products have to be much smarter. With this conviction, it focused its endeavors on Security Intelligence and SOC solutions. It actively provides services for more than 500 medium and large scale firms and governmental agencies. It is working to be an irreplaceable team-mate for all of its stakeholders in the field of cyber security, to raise its customers' security awareness to the maximum and to reinforce their position concerning security. It also proved its competence in the field of technology as a cyber security software producer, landing among Deloitte Technology EMEA Fast 500 in 2017 for the second time.

Jul 19, 2018   |  By Logsign
The log management service is often outsourced to a third-party service provider due to the complexity of the process involved in the collection of logs. When a business plans for outsourcing log management to a service provider, business requirements must be given a top-most priority.
Jul 15, 2018   |  By Logsign
Logsign is seamlessly integrated with Symantec Advanced Threat Protection (ATP). Let’s see how. Types of events detected by Symantec Advanced Threat Protection.
Jul 15, 2018   |  By Logsign
The logging ecosystem or a logging infrastructure is the set of all components and parts that work together to generate, filter, normalize, and store log messages. The purpose of this logging system is to use logs for solving particular problems.
Jul 8, 2018   |  By Logsign
It has now become public knowledge that every business organization is under constant threats in the ever-evolving cyberspace.
Jun 27, 2018   |  By Logsign
SOC architecture is a vital component to consider when building an effective and reliable SOC. It includes the consideration of SOC locations and centralization, SOC architecture and organizational size, SOC staffing, and SOC mixing up with a cloud.