Vulnerability management is a proactive approach that mitigates or prevents the exploitation of IT vulnerabilities that may exist in corporate critical systems or network. This approach involves a number of steps that include identification, classification, remediation, and mitigation of numerous vulnerabilities.
As per Gartner definition, SOAR is the set of technologies that allow enterprises to collect security threats’ alerts and data from multiple sources, and then perform incident analysis and remediation process by using both human skills and machine power together to help in defining, prioritizing, and driving standardized incident response activities in accordance with a standard workflow. The SOAR tools enable companies to describe incident analysis and response procedures, also known as “Plays” in a Security Operations Playbook, in a digital workflow format.
Easy deployment, an interface to be used intuitively and easily and a rule-based alert, bucket, dashboard and reports are the factors creating the simplicity mindset behind Logsign, who believes in “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”. The user interface used for the SOC teams’ threat and anomaly analysis has been designed in order to be understood easily and simply.
It has now become public knowledge that every business organization is under constant threats in the ever-evolving cyberspace. In order to secure their assets and maintain a strong defence against the actors with malicious intent, an organization takes a number of steps such as installing appropriate software and hardware, implementing security controls, etc. One such step is log management which plays a crucial role during a security incident.
The most hyped law on data protection has finally come into effect on May 25, 2018. Passed by the European Parliament on April 14, 2016, it is already being touted as the most stringent data protection law across the world. Prior to GDPR, Data Protection Directive of 1995 was applicable which now stands repealed. Apart from the businesses incorporated in the European Union, GDPR also applies to businesses incorporate outside the European Union but are dealing with the data of EU residents.