8 Steps to Migrate Your SIEM: Preparation
A security information and event management (SIEM) platform is one of the most critical tools for securing a large enterprise. Find out how to prepare for migrating to your new SIEM.
SIEM software is built on extensible and scalable architecture that supports threat detection, analytics, and incident response by collecting and correlating security events from a variety of data sources.
Through the use of Next-Gen SIEM technology, security professionals can develop operational processes to deal with modern security challenges.
To learn more about the leaders in the SIEM space, download the Gartner Magic Quadrant SIEM Report.
A new survey of 150 cybersecurity professionals polled at the Cloud and Cybersecurity Expo 2019 in London shows that many businesses are not aware nor prepared for cybersecurity threats and challenges. Most notably, crypto mining activities such as shadow mining and cryptojacking strain network resources and opens it to new vulnerabilities.
Read about SIEM-as-a-Service and how Exabeam SaaS Cloud reduces SIEM deployment, maintenance, and operational overhead by delivering the Exabeam Security Management Platform as a cloud-based service. SaaS Cloud ingests and behaviorally analyzes data from any cloud or on-prem data source, empowering enterprises to detect, investigate, and respond to cyber attacks more efficiently.
Learn about the benefits of Exabeam Smart Timelines for detecting and investigating security incidents—a vital tool for threat hunting, investigation, and remediation by security operations centers (SOCs).
Security operation center (SOC) managers know their security analysts spend an enormous amount of time sifting through information and alerts across a variety of non-integrated tools, trying to find the data they need to investigate potential threats. Read how Exabeam Threat Intelligence Service directly integrates with your current SIEM for the most up-to-date threat intelligence so your analysts can identify and mitigate new and emerging attacks at no added cost or impact to the customer.
When I was preparing to write this blog, I spent time reviewing the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management report, then reviewed my analysis from the 2017 report. A few trends emerged. After reading this year’s report, my conclusions on the SIEM landscape are as follows:
– Threat management is paramount for growth
– Analytics is key
– SIEMs must be end-to-end
Exabeam provides security intelligence and management solutions to help organizations of any size protect their most valuable information.