Elastic SIEM Implementation Consulting
Why do you need a SIEM?
Security must be implemented across the board, including infrastructure, applications, and endpoints. This requires real-time visibility of all devices and infrastructure. Companies benefit from our Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Solutions because we analyze their event data in real-time, enabling for early detection of data breaches and targeted cyberattacks.
Benefits from SIEM:
- Create a holistic view of your environment
- Centrally collect, store, and analyze logs from perimeters to end points
- Monitor and alert for security threats
- Quick attack detection, containment and response capabilities
- Holistic security reporting and compliance management
- Visualize compliance controls for auditing purposes
Benefits From Elastic SIEM:
- Elastic SIEM is a highly scalable SIEM technology which helps customers to Detect, investigate, and respond to evolving threats. It helps customers to rapidly Modernize security operations, harnessing data at cloud speed and scale.
- Eliminate blind spots, stop threats at scale, address complex security challenges quickly, explore, analyze and hunt anomalies
- Take control of your security costs with no trade-off for your data ingest, number of endpoints, or security use cases
- Take advantage with integrated prevention, detection, and response capabilities available as on-prem or SAAS.
- Built-in Threat Intelligence, Threat Hunting, Security Analytics and Reporting Capabilities.
CyberNX Elastic SIEM Consulting Services
CyberNX having multiple years of experience in SIEM implementation and Elastic SIEM for security monitoring, have extensive experience in implementing the SIEM technology and designing security operations center (SOC) using Elastic SIEM. We help customers to achieve following objectives:
- Design, architect and implement Elastic SIEM on-prem or on Public Cloud
- Consulting services for pre-existing Splunk or Elastic Stack environments
- Optimization of pre-existing Splunk or Elastic Stack environments
- Building custom dashboards, visualizations, and alerts
- Data ingestion and parsing of log sources to the SIEM Infrastructure
- Conducting threat modeling sessions, workshops to help clients to customize Elastic SIEM deployment
- Continuous monitoring and optimization of the SIEM environment
FAQ's for Elastic SIEM Consulting
A SIEM (Security Information & Event Management) is a platform for managing security incidents. It allows the collection of system logs and machine data from across your IT environment to help identify unusual or suspicious activity ? and then reports an alert in real time if it finds anything suspicious.
Usually, it takes a long time to implement because it requires support to ensure successful integration with an organization's security controls and the many hosts in its infrastructure. It typically takes 90 days or longer to install SIEM before it starts to work.
SIEM stands for Security Incident Event Management and is different from SOC, as it is a system that collects and analyzes aggregated log data. SOC stands for Security Operations Center and consists of people, processes and technology designed to deal with security events picked up from the SIEM log analysis.
The central centre for the system logs is a SIEM. It will keep track of all the data and occurrences in your environment and give you access to all previous logs so you can compare them to your current usage and context. In essence, it serves as your digital business' primary alarm system.
SIEM solutions have limitations that make them ineffective without the right support and third-party solutions. Unlike a Firewall Security or IDS, a SIEM does not monitor security events but uses log data stored by them. It is therefore essential not to neglect the implementation of these solutions.
SIEM as a Service SIEM service is a collection of SaaS tools that provide real-time incident monitoring and threat detection. Using real-time correlation and data log analysis tools, SIEM as a service provides a centralized solution for automating your security log information and threat detection.
Security information and event management (SIEM) technology supports threat detection, compliance and security incident management through the collection and analysis (both near real time and historical) of security events, as well as a wide variety of other event and contextual data sources.
Two primary objectives of a SIEM solution are: To provide reports on security-related events and incidents. For example, failed logins, malware activity, possible malicious activity, login attempts, etc. Send alerts if an activity is detected as a potential security issue.
A key difference you'll find when pitting MDR vs SIEM is how MDR takes a proactive approach to cybersecurity. While SIEM solutions collect and analyze logs (which MDR services should also offer), MDR actively investigates risk and threats across the full spectrum of attacker activity.
Extended Detection and Response (XDR) and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) are both enterprise cybersecurity solutions. But while XDR and SIEM both pull and analyze data from multiple sources to detect cyber threats, XDR includes advanced cybersecurity functionality.