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.
It is not a hidden fact that threats in our cyberspace are continuously evolving. While they are getting sophisticated and complicated over time, a business cannot sit and wait for the attackers to exploit a vulnerability and disrupt an organization’s business operations. Absolute security is a state of oblivion and businesses must strive to achieve the maximum possible level of security. As modern-day businesses adopt a multi-fold strategy of measures and solutions to protect their IT infrastructure, they invest in people, processes, and technology to ensure that they are covered from all the ends. In this article, we explore what a SIEM solution is and how it helps our clients in ensuring the security of their technical infrastructure.
While threats continue to evolve every day, modern-day businesses cannot remain in oblivion and wait for the attackers to exploit a vulnerability or disrupt their business operations. Logsign experts recommend that businesses should be proactive while dealing with their cybersecurity. As a proactive measure, many of our clients have implemented Logsign SIEM solution to get a single-point view of their organization’s security posture. In this article, we are looking at how we can create a use case on the Logsign SIEM platform.
A Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution collects log data from numerous sources within your technical infrastructure. This acquisition and normalization of data at one single point facilitate centralized log management. It allows businesses to generate reports containing security information about their entire IT infrastructure. Reporting, out of many benefits of a SIEM solution, also helps businesses in fulfilling their documentation and compliance requirements. In this article, we explore various types of reports on a SIEM solution.
Today’s cybersecurity threats such as Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are more dangerous than ever. Even the traditional security systems such as antivirus programs are unable to prevent them due to their sophistication and uncontrollable frequency. In order to prevent the menace of cyber threats and attacks, now companies are looking for multiple layered security to enhance their cybersecurity posture more effectively. This is the reason we use File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) together to safer the world.
In this article, we will detail and FIM, SIEM, and then the benefits of integrating FIM with a SIEM solution.