Cybersecurity SIEM-plified

We understand you may not be a security expert. That’s okay. We have a team of security experts who make technology simple. SIEM, or security information and event management, is a powerful tool for businesses that want to protect their systems, data, and reputation from security threats and cyber-attacks.

What is SIEM?

It can take several days, even months, to identify a data compromise, and it’s easy to see why. Modern security tools can generate millions of security alerts over the course of a day. That’s where SIEM comes in.

A SIEM solution filters out the noise, so the real threats get immediate attention. It provides real-time threat detection, incident response, compliance, and operational efficiency, helping businesses stay one step ahead of potential security breaches and minimize the impact of security incidents.

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How does SIEM work?

SIEM collects and analyzes security event logs from different sources within your IT infrastructure, including network devices, servers, applications, and endpoints, to provide a centralized view of security events and incidents. It uses advanced analysis and cross-correlation to automatically filter out false alerts so real threats bubble to the surface.

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How a SIEM works

Why do you need a SIEM?

Many organizations are faced with limited IT resources and cybersecurity expertise, which can be costly and cause complex issues. Download our infosheet 5 Reasons Your Business Needs a SIEM to learn more.

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Benefits of SIEM

When utilizing a SIEM, your business can expect to benefit from:

Full network visibility
Real-time expertise
24×7 security operations center (SOC)
Compliance requirements
Enhanced threat visibility
Reduced costs with solution management


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