Graylog Security Anomaly Detection metrics help you reduce false positives for a proactive security posture.
With UEBA and anomaly detection, your centralized log management solution can give you security analytics for monitoring data exfiltration.
When selecting SIEM tools, the first question to consider is whether you really need one to achieve your security goals.
Centralized log management aggregates all event and security logs so you can effectively monitor network security.
With security analytics and anomaly detection, centralized log management enables robust access monitoring.
Cyber resiliency is the new norm in cybersecurity. Nothing can be 100% secure, and you’re looking for a cost-effective solution to enhance your security posture.
Using centralized log management for security and compliance releases gives you the tools you need to start moving forward and prove that your work has made a difference.
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Your centralized log management tool helps with reporting compliance activities to management
Cloud IT stacks are more important to business operations than ever before. With Graylog, IT teams can collaborate when engaging in root cause analysis to ensure continued productivity.
When senior leadership teams evaluate a centralized log management solution, they need to know how it solves their security, audit, and reporting challenges.
Graylog makes normalizing log data for operations and security fast and easy.
The same tools you use for IT service monitoring can be used for cyber threat hunting.
Using service design in operations management can enhance security and increase ROI.
Using your centralized log management solution as a security analytics platform gives you a cost-effective way to manage security.
It’s been a week. A long week. After the most recent Board of Directors meeting, your senior leadership tasked you with finding a security analytics solution. Over the last month, you’ve worked with leadership to develop some basic use cases to determine which solution meets your security and budget needs.
Building your security analytics use cases in advance helps level up your security posture faster
With security analytics, you can create a data-informed cybersecurity risk management program.
Companies can use log management as part of their reporting processes.