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SIEM as a Service

Based on the market needs, we decided to build a cloud-based SIEM service. When designing the new service, we took two aspects into account. Using the knowledge and experience of experts in the security field, we will create an efficient service, using building blocks that will allow us to win an unquestionable price competition with the rather expensive prices of current SIEMaaS services.

In designing the service, we have focused on the following areas:

  1. Threat Detection: SIEM aims to detect and alert organizations about security threats and incidents in real-time. It monitors various data sources, including log files, Windows event logs, network traffic, and more, to identify suspicious activities or signs of compromise.
  2. Intrusion Detection: SIEM can function as an intrusion detection system (IDS) by analyzing network traffic and system logs to detect potential unauthorized access, attacks, and other security breaches.
  3. Log Analysis and Correlation: SIEM centralizes and analyzes log data from different sources to identify patterns and anomalies. It correlates events to provide a more comprehensive view of potential security incidents.
  4. Vulnerability Detection: The platform includes vulnerability detection capabilities to identify known security weaknesses and misconfigurations in an organization’s systems and applications. It can help organizations prioritize and remediate vulnerabilities promptly.
  5. Compliance Monitoring: SIEM assists organizations in achieving and maintaining compliance with various regulatory standards and frameworks, such as PCI DSS, HIPAA, GDPR, and more. It provides predefined rules and templates for compliance reporting.
  6. Real-time Alerts and Notifications: SIEM generates alerts and notifications when it detects suspicious or malicious activities, allowing security teams to respond promptly to security incidents.
  7. Threat Intelligence Integration: It supports integration with threat intelligence feeds, enabling organizations to stay updated on the latest threats and indicators of compromise (IOCs).
  8. Scalability: SIEM is designed to be scalable, making it suitable for organizations of different sizes. It can handle the monitoring and analysis of a large number of systems and network devices.
  9. Extensibility: SIEM allows users to create custom rules, decoders, and integrations to adapt the platform to their specific security needs and environments.
  10. Integration with Other Security Tools: SIEM can integrate with other security tools and solutions, such as other SIEM systems, threat intelligence platforms, and incident response tools, to create a comprehensive security ecosystem.
  11. Active Responses: SIEM can be configured to execute active responses to certain security events automatically, helping to mitigate threats in real-time.

A szolgáltatás kapcsán az első visszajelzések egyértelműen pozitívak és azt mutatják hogy jó úton járunk a SIEMaaS fejlesztésekor.