SIEM features

Must-Have Features of a Modern SIEM

Initially, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions were readily adopted because of their capability to provide actionable insights into the deep corners of an organization’s network. Legacy SIEM systems helped in understanding when and where security incidents are happening in real-time. Soon enough, these SIEM systems faced an avalanche of false positives, and they required a dedicated team to filter out irrelevant alerts.

Following this, we saw the emergence of next-generation SIEM solutions that provide functionalities and features that were not available with legacy or first-generation SIEM solutions. In this article, we demonstrate the features of a modern, next-gen SIEM solution.

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data management on SIEM

Data Management on Logsign SIEM: What you must know

Log data plays an unparalleled role in the operation and functioning of a SIEM solution. Or in other words, logs are intrinsic for an effective SIEM solution. Without incoming log data from a variety of different sources in your IT infrastructure, a SIEM essentially becomes useless. In our previous posts, we have explored a variety of features of Logsign SIEM concerning dashboards, reports, search queries, alerts, and behavior definitions. In this article, we explore data management on Logsign SIEM.

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SIEM best practices

SIEM Alerts Best Practices

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools play a vital role in helping your organization in discovering threats and analyzing security incidents. Logsign’s internal team continuously makes correlation rules and alerts so that your team’s workload is minimized. In our previous posts, we discussed generating important reports and deriving maximum possible benefits from use cases. In this article, we will be discussing SIEM alerts best practices. As you would have already seen, there is a dedicated section for alerts on the Logsign SIEM dashboard.

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Logging of security events in SIEM

Effective logging of events and activities in an organization’s technical infrastructure exponentially boosts the capabilities of its SIEM solution. In this article, we explore how logs are leveraged in a SIEM solution. First off, log entries can be helpful for multiple purposes such as security, performance analysis, troubleshooting, etc. Considering the size of a modern enterprise’s IT technical infrastructure, monitoring the network alone is not a favorable approach. With a growing number of applications, endpoint devices, and services, event logs must be collected from all such applications, endpoints, and services.

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