What is a managed SIEM?
A managed SIEM service (security information and event management) is a blend of human expertise and SIEM tools that provide a security solution which helps organizations to detect, investigate, and respond to cyber threats.
SIEM tools operate by collecting data from various sources. Human expertise can enrich the data and provide actionable insight into what is happening in the network.
An MSSP (managed security service provider), can offer a managed SIEM service that helps organizations to take a proactive approach to security by constantly monitoring the network for threats.
A managed SIEM service offered by an MSSP can help organizations to:
• Detect and investigate cyber threats
• Respond to incidents quickly and effectively
• Improve their overall security posture
CloudTech24 and our security professionals provide proactive monitoring 24/7, 365 days per year.
Choosing a Managed SIEM Service
If you’re looking for a managed SIEM service, there are a few things to consider. First, what is your organization’s specific needs and requirements? What are your goals for using a managed SIEM service? Second, what is your budget? Third, what is your comfort level with allowing an outside company access to your sensitive data?
There are many managed SIEM service providers to choose from, so it’s important to do your research. Some managed SIEM service providers will be a better fit for your organization than others.
If you’re looking for a managed SIEM service that is tailored to your specific needs and requirements, CloudTech24 is the right choice for you. We have a team of experts who are constantly monitoring the network for threats and can quickly respond to incidents. We also offer a free consultation to help you determine if our services are right for you.
Cyber Security Threats
One of the biggest benefits of using a managed SIEM service is that it can help you to defend against cyber security threats. A managed SIEM service provider will have access to a variety of tools and resources that you may not have access to on your own. They can also provide you with expert guidance on how to best use these tools to prevent data breaches.
Another benefit of using a managed SIEM service is that it can help you to manage events more effectively. A managed SIEM service provider will have experienced security analysts familiar with security information and event management. This is key to the success of any incident response.
Security Information and Event Management, or SIEM, is a process for managing events related to security. SIEM involves the collection, analysis, and reporting of security data. A managed SIEM service can help you to automate this process, saving you time and money.
Why choose CloudTech24 for your Managed SIEM solution?
Today’s threat landscape is constantly evolving, and your organization needs to be prepared to defend against the latest attacks.
A managed SIEM service can give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing your environment is being monitored 24/7 by security experts.
CloudTech24 have over a decade of experience in providing managed SIEM solutions to quickly identify cyber security threats.
Our team of certified security analysts will work with you to understand your specific needs and tailor a solution that fits your budget and requirements.
Partnering with CloudTech24
When you partner with CloudTech24 for managed SIEM services, you can expect:
• Around-the-clock monitoring of your environment
• Prompt identification and reporting of threats
• Recommendations for remediation
If you’re looking for a managed SIEM solution that will give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing your environment is being constantly monitored, contact CloudTech24 today.
Microsoft Azure Sentinel
Azure Sentinel is a cloud-native SIEM (security information event management) system that centralises information logs from devices across a network in order to create a central repository and visibility across the enterprise.
This data can be enriched with advanced correlation and threat intelligence feeds to enable enhanced detection and response powered by the CloudTech24 security monitoring and threat-hunting team.
Learn more about Azure Sentinel
Managed SIEM FAQ
What is a managed SIEM service?
A managed SIEM service is where an outsourced cyber security team configures and monitors SIEM tools for an organisation.
The cyber security team advise the organisation of the patterns and issues they may see in the data and provide advice on how to prevent a cyber attack.
What does SIEM stand for?
Security Information Event Management
How does SIEM tool work?
A managed SIEM tool works by collating data from multiple sources and therefore providing visibility of data from a central location.
A managed SIEM tool can be configured to enrich results, such as flagging malicious activity based on inputs and incorporating cyber intelligence from third party sources.
What are the benefits of SIEM?
The benefits of a managed SIEM tool are that it provides constant monitoring of a network leading to fast incident response and threat remediation.
What types of data does a managed SIEM service collect?
A managed SIEM service typically collects a wide range of security-related data, including:
Intrusion detection system logs
Endpoint device logs (e.g., laptops, tablets, smartphones)
Network traffic logs
User activity logs
How is data collected by a managed SIEM service?
Data is typically collected from a variety of sources within an organization’s network using agents or connectors. Agents are small software programs that are installed on endpoint devices or servers, and are responsible for collecting data and sending it to the managed SIEM system.
How is data analyzed by a managed SIEM service?
Once data is collected by a managed SIEM service, it is analyzed using a combination of automated and manual processes. Automated processes include algorithms and rules that are used to identify patterns and anomalies in the data that may indicate a security threat.
What types of security threats can a managed SIEM service detect?
A managed SIEM service can detect a wide range of security threats, including:
Unauthorized access to sensitive data
Denial of service attacks