One of the biggest challenges in cybersecurity is dealing with the staggering volume of information that comes from the activity on systems and making sense of it to turn raw data into intelligence – to derive warning signs of attacks, understand the nature of faults, or provide evidenced reports to stakeholders.
In 2005, the term Security Information Event Management (SIEM) was coined by Mark Nicolett and Amrit Williams in Gartner’s SIEM Report. They used it to describe a traditional security monitoring system that meets audit and compliance needs. However, as information security has evolved, so too have the demands of the SIEM. In addition to streamlining your compliance reporting, you need to have:
- Security threat detection
- Timely alerting & reporting
- Incident response capabilities
Next-Generation Security Monitoring
Deltra Systems’ SIEM provides real-time collection, management, processing, and analysis of log, system, transaction, network, intelligence, and activity data at very high speed. It continually monitors security controls and enterprise environments and flags incidents immediately so analysts can investigate and respond.
The key to robust SOC monitoring, with purpose-built reports, are specifically designed to meet regulatory requirements for cybersecurity monitoring with PCI, HIPAA, GLBA, and other compliance mandates. The capacity to process volumes of data at speed, draw on threat intelligence and detect behavioral anomalies.
- Compliance Modules: PCI-DSS 3.0, FISMA, HIPPA, Sarbanes Oxley (SOX), GLBA, ISO 27001:2013 and NIST 800-171.
- Compliance Tracking: Intercepts and normalizes security events generated by firewalls, IDS/IPS, servers, network devices, and endpoints on the network.
- Real-Time Event Log Monitoring: Notifications regarding critical events, break-in attempts, software issues and many more.
- System Health Monitoring: Supplemental compliance tracking and event logs with File Integrity Monitoring (FIM), Software & Patch Management, NTP Synchronization and Service Monitoring.