Benefits of SIEM

  • Benefits of SIEM

  • Shahid

    April 27, 2021 at 3:23 pm

    Is Security Information and Event Management an effective security technology?

  • imsanjid

    April 27, 2021 at 3:26 pm

    SIEM solutions provide a powerful method of threat detection, real-time reporting and long-term analytics of security logs and events. This tool can be incredibly useful for safeguarding organizations of all sizes. Security operation is the continuous operational practice for maintaining and managing a secure IT environment through the implementation and execution of certain services and processes. Its main purpose is to prevent, detect, prioritize, and respond to security incidents. A well-defined security operation should be specializing in intelligence, incident management, access control, loss control, risk management, and forensics.

    Benefits of SIEM:

    –> Increased efficiency.
    –> Preventing potential security threats.
    –> Reducing the impact of security breaches.
    –> Better reporting, log analysis and retention.
    –> IT compliance.

    • Ajuz

      April 30, 2021 at 9:35 pm

      By analyzing this activity across an organization’s networks, endpoints, servers, and databases around the clock, SIEM teams are critical to ensure timely detection and response of security incidents. The 24/7 monitoring provided by a SOC gives organizations an advantage to defend against incidents and intrusions, regardless of source, time of day, or attack type.

  • Anush

    April 27, 2021 at 4:56 pm

    In my opinion SIEM solutions are really effective because SIEM collects event logs from multiple applications and devices, they allow IT staff to identify, review and respond to potential security breaches faster. So we can review the threats that we got by an SIEM solution. Identifying a threat in its early stages ensures that the organization suffers only minor impact if any at all. And also it will be mitigate as soon.

  • haCker_gIrl

    April 30, 2021 at 9:44 pm

    Log collection, Log retention and Archival, Log analysis, Event Correlation, Incident management, Threat Identification, Threat Reaction and Response, Reporting, Vulnerability management and security device management. I guess you got the answer for your question.