GigaOm’s comprehensive 2021 Radar Report for SOAR reveals the leading SOAR vendors in different categories. The report is based on key criteria and relevant evaluation metrics that identify the vendors that excel based on their products, technical feature set, innovation efforts, and forward-thinking capabilities.
This webinar draws on bespoke Computing research to uncover cyber security decision-maker plans and opinions around the use of SIEM. We reveal the extent to which organisations are under strain from cyber security threats and the related challenges they are facing, the capacity of SIEM solutions to alleviate these, and share real world data to highlight the extent to which SIEM’s promise is born out in reality.
With a panel of expert speakers from Sumo Logic and Computing, this webinar draws on the latest Computing research to discuss and explore what it means to be cloud native, advantages this approach offers, technologies that cloud-native organisations are utilising and the innovations that have emerged as a result, and much more.
Nowadays, it’s mostly a foregone conclusion that companies need a security program and centralized log aggregation and correlation platform. Unfortunately, the conversation all too often turns toward tactics for data collection and detection of specific threat actors or common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs).
The State of SecOps and Automation report* details the staggering alert overload faced by modern security teams. The report is based on an online survey of 427 qualified IT security stakeholders and highlights the urgent need for today’s organizations to embrace modern, cloud-native security solutions with advanced automation capabilities to better manage the ever- increasing wave of security alerts.
Facing a tight compliance deadline during the POC stage, the NAB team immediately saw value in Sumo Logic and its main goal of empowering modern SOC teams. The POC allowed them to use a SIEM for its purpose: automatically detect threats, triage alerts, and efficiently perform threat hunting and investigation workflows.
Enterprise SOCs are becoming a crucial part of most organizations’ management departments due to the increase in digitization and interconnectivity. SOCs play a major role in monitoring, managing, and responding to security alerts within a company's daily operations. Since cyber attacks have become more sophisticated, the requirements for SOCs have changed due to increased volumes of data, the complexity of security ecosystem tools, and increased data sources and attack vectors. When it comes to efficiency, SOCs need to expand their focus beyond log management and data analytics to include more advanced functionalities such as automation, leveraging big data and AI for intelligent decision support, and increasing visibility into their product through observability.