The cybersecurity landscape is getting more complex and hackers will always continue to innovate. Businesses on the other hand continue to generate increasing amounts of data thus making legacy security monitoring solutions and rule-based detection techniques obsolete. Some organizations have further established SOC, to cope up with the monitoring of security incidents within the organization. Sadly, the threat landscape is evolving at an unprecedented rate whereas SOC teams are limited by traditional tools thus are  unable to keep pace with the volume and sophistication of modern attacks.

Benefits to your organization

  • Reduce thousands of security events into a visible and manageable list of possible indications of compromise.
  • Detect and track malicious activity performed over extended time periods.
  • Uncover advanced threats which may be missed by traditional security tools.
  • Detect insider threat.
  • Support compliance initiatives

Why choose our Next Generation SIEM solution? 

  • Deployment scalability
    • Easily increase performance and log-processing capacity by adding VMs.
    • No extra charge for adding VMs.
    • Flexible licensing options.
  • Unified platform
    • We support hundreds of multi-vendor products out-of-the-box and seamless integration with the SIEM Solution
  • Single-pane-of-glass management and control
    • Customizable role-based access control lets organizations determine what each user can access.
    • Active asset discovery assists with building out an integrated CMBD for better asset management.
    • Performance and availability monitoring, such as CPU, memory, storage, and configuration changes extend the functionality of the platform and deliver additional contextual data.
  • Comprehensive Reporting
    • Our reports are comprehensible and actionable for all stakeholder groups. Here are a few examples of the questions that our report helps you to answer:
      • Where did the attack originate?
      • Who is the attacker?
      • What assets are being targeted?
      • How many attacks against a particular asset?
      • Is that attack vector a jumping point towards other assets?
      • What would be the impact on the organization?
      • What should be the response tactics and how will procedures and policies remediate that?
      • Is an insider facilitating the attacks?