Security Information & Event Management
(SIEM-as-a-service)

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Cyberwall's Security Information and Event Management as a service (SIEM-as-a-Service) is designed to provide organizations with all the benefits of a Security Information and Event Management system without the required time, effort, and capital investment. Cyberwall is offering a comprehensive hosted SIEM-as-a-Service solution to manage and monitor your critical systems.

SIEM-as-a-Service Features

Cyberwall's SIEM-as-a-Service offers a completely turnkey SIEM solution, configured and managed by our experts. Cyberwall will provide you with a comprehensive solution that is fully customizable to meet your needs. The features of this solution include:

  • Fully Hosted and Managed SIEM Platform
  • Replication to Secondary Datacenter
  • Data & System Backups
  • Comprehensive Device Support
  • Event Log Consolidation and Management
  • Network, Virtualization, and Application Intelligence
  • Configuration Change Management
  • Compliance Automation
  • Solution Setup and Device Onboarding
  • Customized Rules for Your Organization
  • Ongoing Rule Tuning and False Positive Reduction
  • Customized, Enriched Notifications
  • Integrated 3rd Party Threat Feeds
  • Automated Alerts and Notifications
  • Hundreds of pre-built reports
  • Custom Report Creation and Scheduling

The Cyberwall SIEM-as-a-Service delivers a powerful and flexible, customized SIEM without the need to invest in hardware or personnel for deployment, management, or maintenance of the system. Cyberwall takes care of all the infrastructure, maintenance, upgrades, patches, capacity planning, backups, and security of the system and platform. As a Cyberwall client, you also benefit from our vast experience building, scaling, and managing SIEM environments supporting thousands of devices.

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A Comprehensive SIEM Solution

System management today is not just simple system monitoring but a comprehensive view of availability, performance, security, compliance, change control, alerts, and reports. Today, system management requires the correlation of events, creating a single holistic view that can allow for a proactive response rather than a traditional reactive response. Security information and event management tools are addressing this need for a broader and deeper view of an organization's systems. SIEM systems are widely used by many organizations to ensure that the systems, applications, and data in the organization are always available and secure. Without this holistic view, organizations have to manage multiple systems and respond reactively to performance, availability, or security issues. IT teams are notified of problems by end-users sometimes after systems are already compromised. Downtime and disruption of critical systems occur. Attempted and successful intrusions go unnoticed. Today, a comprehensive SIEM solution is a necessity to detect and proactively address security issues.

Traditional SIEM Solutions are Expensive and Complicated

SIEM platforms are expensive. The software licensing is only a small aspect of the cost. The hardware needed to host the software is expensive and requires time to be installed. The integration of the SIEM software with other solutions takes time and specialized IT professionals from different domains. IT personnel usually need to acquire new skill sets to manage and run the SIEM operations. This requires additional training of the existing staff or new IT staff to manage. IT personnel turnover results in service disruption as valuable system knowledge disappears; and this leads to additional expense for rehiring and retraining new employees. SIEM platforms require constant tuning and maintenance for effective performance. System updates, new device detection, rule configuration and tuning, and alert confirmation are ever-changing, time-consuming tasks. Usually, organizations fail to budget for both the implementation of these processes and the required personnel, this leads to failed implementations with missing devices and failure to detect issues. One of the most common challenges with SIEM platforms is the overload of messages and "false positives". The overload of alerts and notifications leads to a situation where staff completely ignore the system's notifications. Addressing false positives and negatives requires specialized staff and constant tuning. For these reasons, most organizations do not want to dedicate expensive IT resources just to maintain a monitoring system.

Optional SOC-as-a-Service

If you already have your own fully operational Security Operations Center (SOC) perfect! We can integrate Cyberwall SIEM-as-a-Service into your existing SOC operation. Most of our clients, however, don't have the resources to build and manage a SOC and to analyze and escalate security incidents. Cyberwall offers outsourced SOC options that can be added to our SIEM-as-a-Service offering.

Contact us to learn more about Cyberwall SOC-as-a-Service.

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