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ExtraHop leverages the cloud and provides enterprises with the ability to handle threat detection and mitigation tasks across hybrid infrastructure. Unlike traditional Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions, ExtraHop applies a different approach to threat detection. The method is known as Network Detection and Response (NDR). The NDR approach involves the application of network traffic analysis to investigate anomalous behaviors and risk activities from layer two through layer seven.
End-to-End Security Operations Management RSA NetWitness is an intelligent suite of SIEM tools companies can use to streamline security operations with minimal human effort. Integrating critical NOC/SOC modules such as endpoint detection, user and entity behavior monitoring, log collection, and security automation capabilities into a single platform allows security teams to continuously expand their threat intelligence and improve remediation efforts more effectively than ever before.
Traditional processes of storing enterprise data collected from sprawling IT infrastructure is known to leave vulnerabilities in networks that can be exploited. The reactive process of securing enterprise data also makes it difficult to detect and respond to cybercrimes in real-time. To mitigate cybercrime risks across IT infrastructure in real-time, Google’s cloud SIEM Chronicle offers an elastic container for storing enterprise security telemetry. It integrates automation coupled with built-in threat signals to ensure the integrity of enterprise data. The services Chronicle provides include:
Cloud-based SIEM Powered By Microsoft Built on the Azure platform and powered from the cloud, Microsoft Azure Sentinel is a cutting-edge SIEM solution built to help security teams collect and analyze large amounts of data at scale to catch emerging network threats. Marked as the first SIEM solution produced by a leading cloud provider, Azure Sentinel no longer restricts teams by their infrastructure setup, storage limits, or query limits, and can automatically scale based on the organization’s resource needs.
Analytics-driven Security Intelligence Splunk is an analytics-driven SIEM tool that collects, analyzes, and correlates high volumes of network and other machine data in real-time. Managed via web-browser, Splunk provides security teams with the relevant and actionable intelligence they need to effectively respond to threats more efficiently and maintain an air-tight security posture at scale.
Cloud-based Security Analytics Sumo Logic is a cloud-based SaaS security platform that provides organizations continuous, real-time security intelligence essential for protecting modern network environments. Whereas traditional SIEM systems struggle to monitor and protect distributed cloud environments effectively, Sumo Logic was designed for scalability and built to cover rapidly expanding attack surfaces. The platform was built with modern IT environments in mind, including cloud infrastructure, tools, and modern application architectures.
End-to-End Threat Detection and Response The LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform is a powerful suite of security intelligence tools that give companies immediate and detailed insight into the security of their network to ensure no severe threats to the business go unmitigated. Managed from a single, centralized user interface, LogRhythm NextGen SIEM allows security teams to easily automate time-consuming SOC tasks and create ultra-efficient workflows to maximize the speed, precision, and value of their overall security efforts.
IBM-driven Security Intelligence Platform IBM QRadar is a foundational collection of SIEM applications used to accelerate and support virtually all possible aspects of a company’s overall security efforts. From vulnerability scanning and event log collection to post-incident forensics modules, IBM QRadar provides the advanced security tools, and intelligence teams need to detect advanced attack patterns and mitigate threats before any significant damage is caused to the network.