5 Important SIEM Reports

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) helps organizations in collecting, correlating, and analyzing log data from a wide range of systems connected to their IT infrastructure. Based on the results, a SIEM solution assists an organization in detecting threats and suspicious activity on their IT infrastructure. If you are already using a SIEM platform such as Logsign, you would know the importance of SIEM reports.

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Comprehensive and easy-to-use Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution for any compliance mandate. Log Analysis or SIEM, is a key weapon in the fight against any cyber-attack. By gathering logs from all devices including network devices, Unix and Windows servers, applications and databases, and analyzing them for unusual or suspicious activity, the method and source of any attack can be identified, enabling preventative measures to be continually improved.

Find the Correct MSSP or Build an Efficient SOC? (Part 1)

Whether you are a CIO or chief executive of your company, the headlines of cybersecurity threats and attacks might be worrisome for you. There is always a question about how to ensure the cybersecurity of the organization to avoid financial, compliance and reputational risks. Today, to deal with ever-growing, fast, and sophisticated cybersecurity threats and attacks, enterprises either find the correct MSSP (Managed Security Service Provider) or build an efficient SOC (Security Operation Center).


How to Customize a Dashboard on Logsign SIEM?

Dashboards are an integral part of a SIEM solution as they help you in visualizing the security of your organization’s technical infrastructure in real-time. In our last article, we discussed in detail about the pre-configured dashboards on Logsign SIEM and the information they present for your security team. From threat intelligence to identity management, what types of dashboards are available under each category.

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Watching too many movies might give you the impression that cyber attacks are launched by well-funded masterminds able to control the internet at their whim. But really, successful attacks can be as simple as disguising some malicious software as a link to an often-used site, and tricking people into clicking it, known as phishing. The result is that many cyber attacks are carried out by taking advantage of unsuspecting end users.


How to Create & Customize Correlation Rules on Logsign SIEM

If you have been using a SIEM tool for quite a time, you will know that it can turn out to be a powerful security tool, if appropriately deployed. In your organization’s network, network devices such as IDS/IPS, firewalls, and routers generate a plethora of log data. Like these devices, there are many sources of data for a SIEM solution. The first barrier a SIEM encounters is normalizing the log data before it can detect and alert your team.


What are The Types of Dashboards in a SIEM Solution?

Dashboards are an integral component of any effective SIEM solution. After log data is aggregated from different sources, a SIEM solution prepares the data for analysis after normalization. The outcomes of this analysis are presented in the form of actionable insights through dashboards. Many SIEM solutions come with pre-configured dashboards to simplify the onboarding process for your team. Besides, an ideal solution should also allow an organization to customize dashboards as per its requirements.


How to Customize a Report on Logsign SIEM?

In the last article, we discussed various types of reports a SIEM solution offers. We also threw light on how reports are arranged block-wise on Logsign SIEM along with other features. In this article, we explore how you can customize an existing report to suit your requirements. To start with, go to the Reports and Analysis section and select any report that you wish to customize.

SIEM vs. SOAR: What's the Difference?

Cloud security is the combination of tools and procedures that form a defense against unauthorized data exposure by securing data, applications, and infrastructures across the cloud environment and by maintaining data integrity. To read more about the basic principles of cloud security, check out our previous article on the subject. Cloud security is a constant concern for R&D teams, and more and more methodologies are being introduced to help teams achieve their goals.


Cloud-based SIEM explained

Security information and event management (SIEM) solutions offer businesses the ability to collect, store, and analyze security information from across their organization and alert IT admins/security teams to potential attacks. In today’s complex digital environments, SIEMs allow IT teams to more effectively detect and respond to a wide range of threats across broad networks.