SIEM

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Introducing Sumo Logic Cloud SIEM powered by AWS

The Sumo Logic team is pleased to introduce the general availability of Sumo Logic Cloud SIEM powered by AWS. This joint solution will empower CIOs, CISOs, security and IT leaders to solve modern and legacy security operations use cases for Enterprises of all sizes and maturity with deep and contextualized insights to reduce the time to detect and respond to threats.

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Top Events You Should Always Audit & Monitor

Anybody who’s looked for answers on the Internet has likely stumbled across a “TOP X LISTS”: The “10 things famous people do every day”, “Top 10 stocks to by”, the “20 books you have to read” are just some examples of the myriad of lists that are out there offering answers. You may have even stumbled upon a few “Top 10 (or 12) Events To Monitor” articles too.

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Log Management and SIEM Overview: Using Both for Enterprise CyberSecurity

Properly analyzing the massive amounts of data created by network access and the associated security tools has become a very tedious chore. Today’s cybersecurity professionals are seeking ways to better deal with the massive influx of information so that they can make intelligent choices when it comes to the cybersecurity posture of their networks. Selecting the proper tools is an important task which merits investigation.

logz.io

Keep Calm and Simplify Managing your SIEM events with Siemplify

We created our Logz.io Cloud SIEM with a clear goal: providing a rapidly deploying, flexible, and cost-effect security management tool that can serve broad datasets and withstand the occasional bursts of events without a sweat. However, our users were coming back to us with requests for more. After all, it’s great to proactively detect proliferating security threats, but what’s the next step beyond just identifying the threat?

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SIEM Use Cases: Implementation and Best Practices

A security and information event management (SIEM) tool can be a valuable component of a mature security strategy. Indeed, effective SIEM solutions have been available for well over a decade. Organizations typically purchase SIEM tools expecting fast implementation and reliable security threat alerts that provide the intelligence required to respond promptly and prevent breaches. The reality is quite different.

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SIEM vs Log Management

It now takes organizations 207 days to identify and 73 days to contain security breaches, according to IBM’s 2020 Cost of a Data Breach Report. That means the average “lifecycle” of an incident is a staggering 280 days — 7 months! Moreover, cybercrimes are becoming increasingly sophisticated and attackers are quicker than ever when it comes to finding cracks in corporate infrastructure.

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Press Release: LogSentinel SIEM Named the Best Security Innovation at the 2021 DEVIES Awards Europe

28th April 2021 Naarden, The Netherlands – LogSentinel, the innovative next-generation SIEM provider, announced that its flagship product, LogSentinel SIEM, was recognized as the best innovation in security and networking at the annual European DEVIES awards. The official award ceremony was held last night as a part of the online DeveloperWeek Europe 2021 conference.

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SIEM Deployment Remains Strategic in 2021

Some great new research coming out of the survey data published by 451 Research on Enterprise spending for Information Security. There have been more advanced ways of trying to implement security controls and avoid security issues by integrating security into the development or continuous integration and release pipelines. Despite that, there is still strong interest in using log and event data to manage the security posture of an organization in a SIEM solution.

What are the SIEM Pitfalls and how to avoid them? (SIEM: Benefits and Pitfalls Webinar cuts)

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) - What is it, why it matters for security and why do we need it? How simple logs can be turned into actionable insights? In this webinar we take a closer look at when is a #SIEM needed, what are SIEMs missing and when do they fail to provide value. We review concepts like alert fatigue, threat intelligence, audit log integrity, log privacy, and more.