Managed SIEM

Strict compliance requirements, evolving cyber security threats and a growing number of vulnerable endpoints have made network security a challenge for even the most skilled IT staff.

The shifting landscape has pushed next-generation security information and event management (SIEM) software supported by a dedicated security operations centre (SOC) to the top as the new gold standard in securing high-value assets from an increasing array of risk.

Managed SIEM Service 

Integrity360’s managed SIEM service is powered by our SOC, where experienced cyber security analysts monitor clients’ networks 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

They respond swiftly to network threats, take a proactive approach to rooting out vulnerabilities and handle patching or other routine maintenance.

With access to the SIEM platform, we provide an end-to-end, holistic approach to cyber security that includes: 

  • Incident response team initiates triage and investigation. 
  • SOC contains, eradicates and supports network recovery from an attack. 
  • Dedicated service delivery manager provides monthly or quarterly cyber security metrics review. 
  • Threat hunting team continuously identifies potential threats to future-proof client networks from emerging risks.

Why Managed SIEM? 

The availability of skilled cyber security professionals is a looming threat to the effectiveness of a growing number of organisations’ strategies.

The Integrity360 managed SIEM service matches your company’s specific needs and network vulnerabilities with the latest cyber security technologies and strategies available. This maximises asset protection while minimising the cost and resources spent.

One advantage of leveraging managed SIEM services through our SOC is access to a large network information sharing – a critical component of any effective cyber security strategy. SOC team members gather and analyse event correlation data so that the insights can be applied across all clients to protect their infrastructures from emerging attack methods.

Next-Generation SIEM 

At the core of our managed security offering are the Splunk and IBM QRadar SIEM platforms. The next-generation platforms leverage real-time network monitoring to support advanced threat detection, user-behaviour analytics and instant incident response.

The Integrity360 managed SIEM service gives your company access to state-of-the-art technology, a team of experienced cyber security analysts and the peace of mind that your most valued assets are safeguarded by the latest advancements the industry can offer.

It’s time to provide the cyber security your business has been missing. Talk to an Integrity360 adviser today.

Implementing a SIEM solution improves visibility of your network so that you can better understand your security posture. As a result you can more efficiently defend against threats – whether this be insider abuse, external attacks or simple misconfiguration.

Without looking at a consolidated view of your data, you run the risk of missing crucial events. A simple login failure on one machine from a user may seem trivial, but performing a correlated search may reveal the same user has failed to log in to every machine in your estate in the last hour – thus, revealing it to be a security incident.

Compliance - SIEM solutions can be deployed to produce reports for various regulations and highlight compliance issues within your infrastructure. They also provide a method for retaining log data and supporting audit functions within your business.

Operational Intelligence - Harvesting meaningful intelligence from your data gives you an advantage when it comes to making decisions and staying ahead of the game. Security events can be spotted and dealt with, network statistics and performance metrics can be measured and adhoc investigations can be performed on any aspect of your log data, giving you a deeper understanding of your IT infrastructure.

Separating the good from the bad - Often, it can be tempting to search for known threats, which is typically how some intrusion detection and antivirus systems operate, this is known as a ‘signature based’ approach. A powerful advantage of a security monitoring solution is the ability to define what is considered ‘good’ behaviour within your network and then to classify everything else as suspicious or ‘bad’. This provides a very efficient way of spotting unknown threats or deviation from correct operating procedure.