Your organization has made substantial investments to improve your security maturity. But your team is still struggling. There never seems to be enough resources to deal with the barrage of alarms. Analysts are spending too much time trying to understand which threats are real because they’re performing investigations across multiple platforms. And they’re spending too much time on manual, repetitive tasks instead of focusing on more critical activities.
If you have a traditional SIEM, it may be hindering your ability to achieve your security objectives.
SIEM has long been the go-to solution for fighting cyberthreats. But, due to architectural complexities, capability deficiencies, and the evolving velocity and sophistication of threats, SecOps teams are facing new challenges.
Standardizes the taxonomy of activities abstracted from log and machine data, yielding more accurate threat detection of security events and search to visualize disparate data sets.
Captures understood threat scenarios, enabling faster, more efficient threat detection analytics solutions across the broad spectrum of attacks.
Detect significant changes in behavioral scenarios, allowing for quicker threat detection across the spectrum of attacks.
Features an intuitive user interface that includes dashboards and search to aid incident investigation and response.
Offers workflows to guide incident response more rapidly and accurately after threat detection occurs, increasing efficiency and higher quality incident response with the lowest MTTR, allowing your junior analysts to do more, and utilizing automation.
Deploys and maintains solution within complex environment at scale, increasing efficiency and effectiveness through centralized threat visibility, management, and lower total cost of ownership across a growing and scaling global organization.
Stores and searches against massive amounts of data from a variety of data sources, yielding greater flexibility for scaled growth to support high data velocity, variety, and volume for structured and unstructured search.
Integrates with existing infrastructure components enable custom workflows and optimal sharing of important business context and access to NextGen SIEM data for other enterprise use cases.
Many known threats use recognized TTPs or display IOCs. Your team can use these indicators to surface and prioritize threats. TTPs are best detected through scenario-based analytics approaches. IOCs are best detected through signature-based approaches.
But not all cyberthreats are known — nor do they give clues through easily identifiable indicators. And unfortunately, unknown threats tend to do the most damage. These cyberthreats use zero-day exploits and custom malware that can evade signature-based techniques.
Many SIEMs can surface known threats with scenario- and signature-based analytics. To reduce the risk of the damage of a data breach, you need a NextGen SIEM that can also alarm on unknown threats by detecting shifts in behaviors of both users and systems with behavioral analytics.
The LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform was built by security professionals for security professionals. Through years of innovation, LogRhythm provides an end-to-end workflow to help your team reduce risk.
Built from the ground up, LogRhythm’s NextGen SIEM Platform helps your SecOps team achieve its goals, realize rapid return on investment, and scale for tomorrow.