Vigilance™ Managed SIEM
The Intrinium Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution utilizes state of the art hardware to collect, analyze and store logs from your digital environment. In conjunction with our digital tools, we are committed to real-time analysis, monitoring, detecting and responding to security alerts 24x7x365 to allow your business optimal productivity.
The Managed SIEM Solution will assist in correlating data between the following sources:
Business Critical Applications, such as email
Other Network Devices
Other Supported Devices
This comprehensive solution thoroughly covers your network to identify threats, leveraging access to our threat intelligence feed to aid in meeting compliance and regulatory standards:
This solution will provide:
Protection of Business Critical Assets within Your Organization
Ongoing Operational Security Support
State of the Art Solutions
Evolution of Security Posture
Access to Proactive Intelligence Threat Feed
New Threat Detection
On an agreed upon basis, we will provide a comprehensive report that will communicate the operational metrics and key performance indicators, which can be used and summarized appropriately for either technical resources or Executive leadership dependent upon client needs.
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