Why vCloud Tech? Security Information And Event Management
Gain Network Transparency and Control
Stay one step ahead of attackers and protect your business with NGFW solutions from leading IT vendors such as Palo Alto Networks, Cisco, and Fortinet. The vCloud Tech security team works with public and private sector organizations of all sizes to integrate and optimize next-generation security protection. Our team will work with you to achieve:
- Visibility and control over applications, users, and threats
- Minimize risk and downtime
- Secure network with state-of-the-art security features
Get Real-Time Visibility Across Your Organization
Automate security threat management with a scalable and reliable data platform to investigate, monitor, analyze, and respond to data. vCloud Tech helps assess SIEM needs with the support of highly trained and professional security analysts.
vCloud Tech Managed Security Services
SIEM solutions can be invaluable to managing your security posture. vCloud Tech offers professional consulting services to assist you in selecting and implementing your SIEM solution. We also provide Managed SIEM services, helping you reduce the impact of costly security staff recruitment and training and to refocus your internal staff on more strategic core business functions. Our services are split into three tiers: Management, for straightforward device management and maintenance; Monitoring, for security alert monitoring and notification; and Insight, our top tier of services, for clients who require more advanced security analytics, response, and incident management with business insight. Managed SIEM is part of our Monitoring tier and includes:
- Analytics focused on identifying suspicious and malicious behavior
- Security alert monitoring and notification
- Monthly technical security reporting
- Summary report of all security-related incidents
- Ongoing security policy tuning and recommendations to ensure effective security
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What is a security event and information management system?
SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) is a software system that collects and analyses data from a variety of sources throughout your IT infrastructure.
What exactly is SIEM and how does it work?
SIEM software gathers log and event data from applications, devices, networks, infrastructure, and systems to do analysis and provide a comprehensive perspective of an organization’s information technology (IT).
What are the three distinguishing features of security information event management?
- Real-time data and log collecting, as well as log correlation: log collection, like blood in living beings, is a fundamental feature of SIEM
- In-the-moment alerts and notifications
- Prioritization, analytics, reporting, and artificial intelligence
What is the purpose of SIEM?
SIEM is significant because it makes it easier for businesses to manage security by filtering large volumes of data and prioritizing security alerts generated by the program.
Is there a SIEM on AWS?
SIEM solutions from AWS Marketplace allow you to keep track of logs, flows, changes, and other events in your environment. For data from a variety of AWS services, these solutions provide pre-built analytics, visualizations, alerts, and reporting.
What are SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) tools?
SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) is a collection of tools and services that provide a comprehensive view of an organization’s information security. Real-time visibility across an organization’s information security systems is provided via SIEM products.
What is the price of a SIEM?
The majority of SIEMs are costly, with average purchase prices above $50,000. With a high license fee comes a large annual maintenance bill that must be paid.
How many individuals are in charge of SIEM?
Staffing To manage and monitor a SIEM tool, at least two full-time employees are required, with a minimum of three required to cover monitoring 24 hours a day, seven days a week.