Services We Offer
Security Information & Event Management (SIEM)
SIEM – 360 SOC’s Security Information Event Management solution delivers the visibility that SOC teams require to detect, investigate and remediate malicious activity.
Advanced SIEM – 360 SOC’s advanced SIEM has over 250+ Integrations including Syslog, ODBC, SFTP, SCP, FTPS, SNMP, Checkpoint, LEA, WinRM, OpenAPI, Office 365 and many more….For a full list of integrations, contact the 360 SOC sales team.
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a cybersecurity solution that helps organizations detect, respond to, and prevent cyber threats. It does this by collecting and analyzing security-related data from a wide range of sources, including network devices, servers, applications, and endpoints.
SIEM provides organizations with a centralized platform for managing and analyzing security data, enabling them to more effectively detect and respond to potential threats. It uses a combination of machine learning algorithms and expert analysis to identify potential threats, and provides tools and capabilities for responding to and mitigating those threats.
Some key features of SIEM include:
Overall, SIEM is an essential tool for organizations looking to detect, respond to, and prevent cyber threats. It provides a centralized platform for managing and analyzing security data, and enables organizations to more effectively protect themselves against a wide range of cyber threats.
Customization: SIEM can be customized to fit the specific needs and processes of an organization, including the ability to define custom rules and alert thresholds. This helps ensure that the solution aligns with an organization's existing policies and procedures.
Integration with other security solutions: SIEM can be integrated with other security solutions, such as firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, and threat intelligence feeds, to provide a comprehensive view of an organization's security posture.
360 SOC leverages multiple threat intelligence feeds keeping 360 SOC MDR & SOC customers one step ahead of the cyber criminals.
We use threat intelligence to help organizations protect themselves against cyber threats. We gather and analyze information about current and potential threats from a wide range of sources, including open-source intelligence, industry reports, and proprietary data feeds.
Our solutions are designed to provide organizations with real-time information about potential threats, as well as contextual analysis and interpretation of that information. This enables organizations to take proactive measures to protect themselves and stay ahead of potential threats.
Compliance Specific Reporting
360 SOC has out of the box compliance reporting and compliance templates for compliance frameworks like HIPAA, PCI, PII to name a few.
Flexible Deployment Models
360 SOC’s SIEM can be designed for both On-Premise and Cloud Environment.
What is Advanced SIEM?
Advanced SIEM solutions go beyond basic SIEM functionality by incorporating additional features and capabilities to improve efficiency and effectiveness. These may include machine learning, analytics, and automation to help analyze large volumes of data and identify patterns and trends that may indicate a potential threat. Advanced SIEM solutions may also include integration with other security tools and systems, such as vulnerability scanners and incident response platforms, to provide a more comprehensive view of an organization’s security posture.
Overall, Advanced SIEM can play a critical role in helping organizations protect against cyber attacks and other security breaches by providing real-time visibility and alerting, as well as the ability to analyze and respond to security events quickly and effectively.
What is Managed SIEM?
Managed SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) is a service in which an organization outsources the management and maintenance of its SIEM solution to a third-party provider. The provider assumes responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the SIEM system, including installation, configuration, data collection, analysis, and reporting. The goal of Managed SIEM is to provide organizations with a cost-effective and efficient way to ensure the effectiveness and reliability of their SIEM solution.
With Managed SIEM, the provider typically monitors the organization’s security systems and data in real time, looking for patterns and anomalies that may indicate a potential threat. If a threat is detected, the provider can alert the organization and help it take appropriate action to mitigate the risk. The provider may also offer additional services, such as incident response and remediation support, to help the organization handle security incidents effectively.
Managed SIEM can be a useful option for organizations that want to benefit from a SIEM solution but don’t have the resources or expertise to set up and maintain it on their own. By outsourcing the management of the SIEM system to a provider, organizations can focus on their core competencies and leave the security management to experts. Managed SIEM can also be a more cost-effective option than building and maintaining an in-house SIEM solution, as the provider can handle the infrastructure and technical details and the organization can pay for only the services it needs on a subscription basis.
Overall, Managed SIEM provides organizations with a reliable and efficient way to manage and protect their security systems and data, while also saving time and resources.
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