And you need to create rules for a broad range of devices and identifying events, such as failed logins, transactional events, anomaly detection, buffer overflows / underruns, DOS attacks and concerted attacks.
But trying to make sense of the volume of data generated by your security and network devices, then deploying the right security tools to protect your system and ensure regulatory compliance is hard.
What if you could identify vulnerabilities quickly and accurately, and generate recommendations to help your administrators fix the root cause faster?
Our advanced correlation technology can collect and analyse security incident and event data in this way. And we can give you early insight into the latest emerging threats and trends occurring globally, so you can stay one step ahead in the Big Data challenge.
Our security experts can monitor your Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) around the clock and give you detailed reports on your system’s health and performance. We can manage software upgrades and patching, proactively respond to faults and ensure your SIEM is operational 24x7, leaving your or our analysts free to focus on responding to the events the SIEM detects and flags.
Our relationship with leading security vendors means you get access to the latest technology at competitive prices.
Our Managed SIEM service helps you protect your most important assets, providing you with a dedicated team of security experts and constantly evolving technology.
The main principle of Cloud SIEM is MDR (Managed Detection and Response) which combines threat detection, incident response and collaborative threat intelligence. It enables security operation centre (SOC) teams to effectively detect and remediate cyber-attacks of all types; ranging from zero-day exploits to privilege escalation and ransomware, and our capabilities are delivered through a global network of SOC’s providing service 24x7x365.
Additionally, access to the Cloud SIEM dashboard provides a window into organisational risk posture with the ability to generate on-demand compliance reports with real status of organisation risk posture, people and processes around it.
GDPR makes ‘data protection by design and by default’ a legal obligation. To comply with this, you have to embed data protection at every level of your business and bake them into all of your processes. It means you have to take privacy into account throughout the whole lifecycle of each of your business activities to minimise privacy risks and avoid the infringement of data protection rules.
We can help you achieve this, by putting in place a combination of detective and preventative, proactive and reactive security controls. Together, we can make sure every process, IT application, and area of your infrastructure revolves around the protection of privacy.
We can monitor devices across your networks, from intrusion detection systems, intrusion prevention systems, firewalls and routers, to servers, applications, mainframes and PCs.
We combine this monitoring with a database of identified threat situations and a worldwide team of experts to help us protect your infrastructure. We also offer you the option of outsourcing all aspects of the management to us - simplifying the process for you.
Our secure networking experience includes monitoring more than 30,000 customer devices and we have global analyst recognition for our achievement in delivering outstanding managed security services globally to our customers.
Our cyber security services help you, in real-time, contextualise every relevant internal event with external intelligence, providing a rich picture of what is happening for your organisation. We can determine immediately which of your systems may be under threat using our behaviour analytics capability. Thanks to our world-class visualisation and analytic techniques, you can detect and respond faster to any risks, threats and vulnerabilities .
We use our Cyber Security Platform to protect ourselves and our customers, and we also deliver Cyber Defence Operations to large nation states, large corporations, and the UK Government.