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Like IT professionals at many data-intensive companies, you face increasing pressure to protect your organization from data theft and prevent any disruptions to the business. Not an easy task as hacking attempts grow more sophisticated and your budget is continually squeezed.

The presence of high quality firewalls providing anti-virus, SPAM filtering, intrusion prevention, and web content filtering remain important.

But that is no longer sufficient to protect your most sensitive data from unauthorized users.

Rather, it is the first of three steps.

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As businesses proceed down the path of detection and response, they face the following challenges:

Logging without Detection

It is common for a company to set up a logging solution — and that’s it. A logging solution is just that; it may help you to know what went wrong. But you will have to be notified about the problem first. If no one is reviewing the log files, you won’t know you have a problem.

Event Detection without Remediation

It’s not enough to detect security events and anomalies. If the correct remediation steps are not taken, it will be of little consolation that detection occurred. Effective remediation requires a staff of security experts standing by to respond to such events. Depending on the response time desired this can be a staggering expense.

Legitimate Threats versus Benign Threats

Without sophisticated analytical tools, your IT staff may be spending more time than necessary running down each logged event. Different logs require more attention than others. The vast majority of logs result from normal behavior. Some logs indicate operational or misconfiguration issues, and others are actual security events or attacks. The sorting, classification, and prioritization of events can create a drain on your IT resources and lead to burgeoning costs.

Lack of System Wide Analysis

Without the correct pieces in place, it is difficult to analyze issues across an organization. An organization’s security information can come from many sources including firewalls, network intrusion detection, and servers. Without the tools to bring this data together and process it quickly, the data is of limited use.

Until recently, sophisticated cybersecurity protection required an investment in expensive software, the purchase of a high performance computing platform, and a very lengthy implementation cycle. Not to mention the highly qualified staff required to configure, use, and maintain such tools.

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What should you expect from a provider of managed SIEM?

Advanced cybersecurity protection is more than firewalls, patch updates, and anti-virus. You need ongoing asset discovery, vulnerability assessments, intrusion detection, log management, threat intelligence, and behavior monitoring.

SIEM (security information and event management) is a management layer that resides above your existing systems and security controls. It provides a single view of your IT security. The SIEM layer connects and unifies the information provided by your existing systems, allowing it to be analyzed and cross-referenced within a single interface.

This layer of visibility tells us what’s happening on your network through a larger lens than can be provided by any single security control or information source.

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Intrusion detection only understands packets, protocols, and IP addresses

 

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Service logs show user logins, service activity, and configuration changes

 

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Endpoint security sees files, usernames, and hosts

 

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Asset management systems see applications, business processes, and owners

 

Individually, each of these are necessary, but insufficient for securing your business. Aggregated together within a managed SIEM service, you gain a new level of visibility into your network.

What is managed SIEM?

A managed SIEM (security information and event management) service provides deep insights into security threats within a corporate IT infrastructure far beyond the capabilities of firewalls and other security solutions. A managed SIEM solution is offered by an MSSP (managed security services provider) to deliver 24x7x365 threat detection and remediation.

Why should you choose Corserva’s managed SIEM solution?

Corserva’s managed SIEM solution provides the visibility into your environment that you need. We collect and store logs from any or all of your network devices and computers. Devices can be classified as within scope of your compliance requirements and reports can be generated when needed. Common incidences are identified, prioritized, and acted on. The solution is integrated with a threat intelligence feed and is updated on an ongoing basis to accelerate detection of new threats.

The best tools in the world have limited use if the right people aren’t there to manage them. Corserva’s staff have key security certifications including CISSP, CISM, CGE IT, CRISC, CEH, and CompTIA Security+. We provide 24x7x365 support for our clients from our US based security operations centers.

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With Corserva’s managed SIEM solution, you gain enterprise level cybersecurity for a fixed monthly cost, with no hefty licensing fees and no additional staffing requirements.

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Benefits

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Protect your mission critical data at an all-inclusive, fixed, monthly cost

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Extend your IT department to include highly certified security professionals staffing a local 24x7x365 security operations center

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Identify security risks faster and more accurately than possible with the human eye by leveraging sophisticated pattern recognition

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Eliminate the need to hire on-site security experts

Corserva’s managed SIEM service provides the best of both worlds —
high level security protection with an affordable cost model.

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Features

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Available for a fixed monthly price with no additional licensing fees

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Enhanced historical data analysis and reporting

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Continuous updating to detect future threats

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Access to Corserva’s 24x7x365 security operations centers

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Can be integrated with other security products you may already be using so threat detection and incident response activities can be seamless

Corserva offers a range of service levels. For those companies looking to meet basic compliance requirements with few requirements for real-time human monitoring, we offer an entry level version of our managed SIEM service. More risk averse companies that need around-the-clock human analyst coverage can leverage our enterprise plans. Most clients fall somewhere in between, and we can work with you to customize a plan that economically meets your business goals.

With any of Corserva’s SIEM service plans, you gain the logging, reporting, and visibility necessary to maintain a strong security posture and to satisfy the reporting requirements of your compliance auditors, executives, and board of directors.

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Corserva Managed SIEM Service Plans

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Compliance Reporting SIEM

  • Log file collection and management
  • Compliance reports for HIPAA, SOC, PCI, NERC/FERC, NIST, etc.
  • Tech support by our security operations center during normal business hours only, 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM ET
  • Email notifications for security events/alarms
  • No incidence response/remediation
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Enterprise Managed SIEM

  • Log file collection and management
  • Compliance reports for HIPAA, SOC, PCI, NERC/FERC, NIST, etc.
  • 24x7x365 coverage and support by our security operations center
  • Event correlation
  • Real-time security alerting, monitoring, and workflow
  • Unlimited incidence response and remediation

Security Services

Corserva’s cybersecurity solutions protect the corporation from both malicious attacks and potentially risky behaviors originating inside the network.

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