SECURITY INFORMATION AND EVENT MANAGEMENT (SIEM)
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) offers advanced monitoring for early threat detection, forensic analysis of penetration attempts and remediation tools to keep your network secure.
Security information and event management (SIEM) technology perform two main functions:
- Security Event Management (SEM) SEM analyses log and event data in real time to provide threat monitoring, event correlation and incident response. Data can be collected from security and network devices, systems and applications.
- Security Information Management (SIM) Collects, analyses and reports on log data (primarily from host systems and applications, but also from network and security devices) to support regulatory compliance initiatives, internal threat management and security policy compliance management.
- Identifying exposures throughout organisation network and provides priority alarm to enhance organisation security system
- Review the organisational security posture and the initial business case for SIEM.
- SIEM provides alert about traffic flow information, process information and file monitoring to detect and correlate anomalous behaviour and events.
- Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) should be an integral part of your strategy for detecting targeted attacks early and reducing their business impact.
Brisk SIEM solutions analysis the security event data in real-time for internal and external threat management, and collect, store, analyse and report on log data for incident response, forensics and regulatory compliance.
Our Brisk SIEM is integrated with tools such as asset discovery, vulnerability assessment, network analysis, wireless intrusion detection, host-based intrusion detection, network-based intrusion detection, file integrity monitoring, log management.
Our SIEM Architecture for log data transfer uses an agent- based, where log sensor is installed in each every device to pull logs to the SIEM server. SIEM server uses our updated vulnerability database to categorise the vulnerable logs and classify their threat level.
- It can help to monitor and maintain IT policy across your business and reduce time to recovery in the event of a security breach.
- Efficiently track and monitor events
- Preventing potential security breaches
- SIEM provides far-reaching benefits for businesses across many sectors, especially those dealing with sensitive financial or personal data.
What are the main SIEM components?
- Enterprise Security Manager
- Enterprise Log Manager
- Advanced Correlation
- Application Data Monitor
- Database Event Monitor for SIEM
- Event Receiver
Is SIEM compatible with standards such as PCI DSS?
Yes. SIEM components are compatible with over 240 Data Security standards, including common standards such as:
- PCI DSS
Does it matter which browser I use to manage SIEM products?
No, SIEM components can be managed by the latest versions of common web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome.