Hackers are attacking networks at a shocking rate of 1 attack every 39 seconds. This is only going to increase as they get more sophisticated and coordinated in their efforts. Organizations can no longer afford to not have visibility into what’s happening on the network.
If you’re implementing a few enterprise-grade security solutions, such as firewalls or intrusion detection software, that’s a great start.
But you can’t stop there.
You need to manage those solutions in a way that’s easy to see what’s happening throughout every area of the network.
BlueHat Cyber provides managed SIEM services – logging data across users, servers, and machines to find and mitigate risks in real-time. Call (775) 284-4210 or email us at email@example.com for more information.
SIEM stands for security information and event management – an approach that gives greater visibility into the network. Essentially, SIEM services aggregate log data across users, servers, and machines to find and mitigate risks in real-time. How does it work? The following technologies are incorporated:
Essentially, a SIEM lets us manage the information generated from a combination of security technologies and/or controls. You’ve heard time and time again that a multi-layered approach to cybersecurity is vital, but how do you manage such a complex web? The answer is simple: Managed SIEM services.
We’ve heard this question quite a few times.
Think of managed SIEM services as a management layer above your existing security solutions.
Our security analysts can watch for threats in real-time, in one place, rather than watching every single security product and/or control at once – an impossible task.
Watching every single security product and/or control at once is an impossible task. Sure, your comprehensive measures will prevent MOST attacks MOST of the time. But there is always the chance that something will get through and someone won’t be watching at that very moment. Managed SIEM services alleviate this risk.
How do you get started?
BlueHat Cyber will assess your needs – reviewing all of the data resources necessary before we:
It’s a simple process that gives you the visibility you need to stay safe against advanced threats.