Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) software solutions are used by business organizations of all sizes to detect and respond to potential IT security threats. The defining feature of the SIEM tool is that it collects information from all IT assets on the network in the form of event logs and presents that information in a single interface where experienced security analysts can manipulate and organize the data to identify indicators of compromise (IoCs). no see. ).
Managed SIEM is an alternative to on-premises deployment, setup, and monitoring of SIEM software solutions where organizations host their SIEM applications on their servers and contract with a third-party service provider to monitor their networks for potential security threats. Organizations choose Managed SIEM for their enterprise security needs to deploy faster, reduce setup and training costs, and leverage the expertise of cybersecurity professionals.
Cybersecurity concerns are growing as the number of high-profile data breaches increases every year, and as small businesses need to protect their IT assets from external threats. Regarding the deployment of SIEM tools, organizations may choose to set up and monitor their in-house SIEM tools or contract with a third party for Managed SIEM services. Managed SIEM’s business case focuses on cost savings and the ability to leverage outsourced security expertise to manage security operations and protect your business from cybersecurity threats and data breaches.
Managed SIEM providers provide the core services of SIEM, such as security monitoring and incident response, but can also take over tasks typically occupied by in-house SecOps teams. Providing monthly security reports, installing patches and updates, managing compliance, and maintaining SIEM configuration and asset inventory capabilities can all be provided by the Managed SIEM Provider.