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Security Information and Event Monitoring
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A Security Information and Event Monitoring (SIEM) solution must fit you and your IT environment – we support you in this process SIEM platforms read log files from different sources and analyse the data for anomalies via correlations. SIEM platforms are often used in security. However, their use is not limited to security. Depending on the use case, they can also be used to analyse non-security data for anomalies.
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Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is an essential component of the Security Operation Centers (SOC). The right SIEM tool detects security threats in real time and, optimally, reacts before your company’s work processes are disrupted. To do this, SIEM collects and analyses data from various sources, detects anomalies in the process, and warns the administrators. They can then take the appropriate defensive measures in good time. SIEM platforms read log files from various sources and analyse the data for anomalies via correlations. SIEM platforms are often used in security. However, their use is not limited to this, but can, depending on the use case, also examine non-security data for anomalies.
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