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What are logs, and what Is log management?

All kinds of hardware and software produce messages called logs. These computer-generated messages or logs show complex functions of applications and devices, including users’ login attempts. The text-based logs can be stored locally or in remote servers.

Log management collects and stores log data created by an organization’s operating system. The program gathers and centralizes  (NA spelling) log data from numerous endpoints. Log management systems collect, store, index, report on, and search log data.

Security Information Event Management (SIEM)

Security Information Event Management collects log analysis solutions and software that provides MSPs with a comprehensive picture of network activities. SIEM systems have all the benefits of log management systems and enhanced security in three critical areas.

  • Security event management (SEM)
  • Security information management (SIM)
  • Security event correlation (SEC).

Importance of managed SIEM services?

You do not have to do anything with security information and event management service; we will manage the workload. Here are some reasons why you need SIEM and Log Management Service.

Why choose ITGuru for SIEM solutions?

ITGuru SIEM-as-a-Service is a cloud-hosted solution designed to help your company boost its security posture by simplifying the administration and monitoring of mission-critical systems and applications.

ITGuru SIEM captures, analyses, and reports log data from various operating system-based networks, applications, servers, and endpoints. Our dashboards provide a bird’s-eye view of the whole enterprise, and our sophisticated threat detection capabilities notify us of potential security threats in real-time. The following characteristics best define our SIEM systems:.

  1. Visibility: Integrated dashboards give us a high-level view of your network and access to both present and historical log data.
  2. Consolidation: Logs from around the company are gathered and stored in a central location, together with contextual information about the logs.
  3. Organization: The collected logs are transformed to a standard format and classified for easy reference and storing.
  4. Correlation: Machine learning, algorithms, rules, statistics, and real-time data are used to compare event logs.
  5. Alerts: When a possible danger is discovered, we receive an email, SMS, and SNMP notifications.
  6. Prioritization: Potential security threats are prioritized based on their severity.
  7. Reporting: For compliance purposes, reports based on SIEM logging are generated automatically.

In addition to SIEM and Log Management Service, we also provide Managed Backup and Disaster Recovery solutions; learn more