Consulting is just the beginning.
Cyberdian’s industry-leading experts help you deploy, configure and integrate your SIEM with existing systems, and plan your future cyber security operations.
Technology alone will not keep your vital information, assets & infrastructure safe. Organizations continue to spend billions on cyber security but we’re still seeing hackers breaching your products/projects/services or applications. That’s because software alone isn’t sufficient. That’s where we come in.
Whether you are just starting to plan your security strategy, beginning a compliance monitoring program, or enhancing existing security programs, Cyberdian can help you architect a solution that supports your security needs now and in the future. That means ensuring you’re getting actionable intelligence, not just a massive dump of data and alerts, through the build phase in order to determine which events by system / product / service or application interesting to collect in your SIEM, by across them with your risk analyzes.
That means ensuring you have the right processes & procedures in place. Resellers often omit critical steps in deployment planning, and solution vendors are costly and difficult to secure. Cyberdian will help you create an action plan no matter where in the SIEM lifecycle you are. New deployments, maturity assessments, enhancements, and training are just a few areas we can help with.
Vigilant security intelligence services, precise analytics and a partner you can trust. Cyberdian.
✓ Application event data is not parsed or formatted correctly (customization)
✓ SIEM is slow when searching or performing analysis activity (optimization)
✓ Analysts are overwhelmed with seemingly meaningless data, or too many alerts (tuning)
✓ Event data provides little context (metadata modeling)
✓ Solution is not scalable for new use cases (architecture and planning)
✓ Data is not relevant to management (integration and reporting)
✓ Not seeing value from initial investment (maturity assessment)
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WHAT IS THE MEANING OF:
A SIEM (Security information and event management) solution examines log data for patterns that could indicate a cyberattack, then correlates event information between devices to identify potentially anomalous activity and finally, issues alerts accordingly.
So why isn’t a SIEM solution effective on its own?
It usually needs regular tuning to continually understand and differentiate between anomalous and normal activity. The need for regular tuning leads to security analysts and engineers wasting precious time on making the tool work for them instead of triaging the constant influx of data.
Like SIEM, SOAR(Security Orchestration, Automation and Response) is designed to help security teams manage and respond to endless alarms at machine speeds. SOAR takes things a step further by combining comprehensive data gathering, case management, standardization, workflow and analytics to provide organizations the ability to implement sophisticated defense-in-depth capabilities.
SOAR’s main benefit to a SOC is that it automates and orchestrates time-consuming, manual tasks, including opening a ticket in a tracking system, such as Jira, without requiring any human intervention—which allows engineers and analysts to better use their specialized skills.
A Security Operation Center (SOC) is a centralized function within an organization employing people, processes, and technology to continuously monitor and improve an organization's security posture while preventing, detecting, analyzing, and responding to cybersecurity incidents.
The function of a security operations team and, frequently, of a security operations center (SOC), is to monitor, detect, investigate, and respond to cyberthreats around the clock. Security operations teams are charged with monitoring and protecting many assets, such as intellectual property, personnel data, business systems, and brand integrity. As the implementation component of an organization's overall cybersecurity framework, security operations teams act as the central point of collaboration in coordinated efforts to monitor, assess, and defend against cyberattacks.