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Managed SIEM Services: Evaluation and Pricing

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Managed SIEM Services (MSIEM, SOCaaS, MSSP, SIEMaaS) can provide companies with various levels of security services at a reasonable price including: Monitoring (threat hunting), vulnerability scanningReporting, alertingRoot cause analysisData encrichment and intelligence providing context about security incidentsRecommendations for containment and remediation stepsPerform actual remediation on behalf customerSIEM tuning and managed security services needed to augment deficiencies in expertise and staffing. Managed SIEM prices vary based on the volume of events per second (EPS) and the required level of services from the SIEM as a Service provider. To compare apples to apples, be sure to request a detailed SOW and clear SLA. Outsourcing SIEM management and other security services can significantly improve a company’s security posture, minimize risks and lower ongoing operating costs. Security companies typically have much better training and resources for security engineers and analysts than most companies can afford to pay for the level of monitoring required to maintain a secure environment.Contact us for Managed SIEM as a Service pricing for QRadar, AlienVault, Splunk or Exabeam, and view demo of how an advanced SOC implementation can minimize the risks and threats in your environment.   Is your SIEM always crying wolf? Are large number of false positives causing alert fatigue and overwhelming operators with unimportant alarms? Alert fatigue causes poor response times and prevents security engineers from responding to real security threats quickly. SIEMs with an over whelming number of alerts actually cause critical alerts to get missed. If SIEM alerts are not consistently triggering on actionable security threats, it means something is awry with the SIEM rules, event logs or both. Most SIEMs are still configured with default settings for Device Support Modules (DSMs), using regular expressions to extract and parse only a portion of the available data from the raw data, meaning they are not converting some of the most critical data from needed to identify and analyze threats. Furthermore, most SIEM DSMs will not parse the additional layers of the event logs using defaults, which is needed to create meaningful alerts minimize false positives. Most SIEMs are also missing critical log sources that provide necessary context to identify threats, which is...
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