The Solutionary Log Monitoring Service, based on the patented, cloud-based ActiveGuard Security and Compliance Platform provides clients with 24/7 monitoring to protect against threats and comply with regulations that require log monitoring. As a managed security service provider (MSSP), Solutionary delivers security log monitoring as a cloud-based service.
Organizations are under constant pressure to protect data and critical systems. Monitoring logs is a critical component of a security strategy and a requirement for regulations such as PCI DSS, GLBA, HIPAA, SOX and others. Too often, the burden placed on internal teams to monitor systems 24/7 causes organizations to have gaps in their detection or not to monitor logs at all.
Premise-based security information and event management (SIEM) systems can monitor IT environments, but can be a challenge to implement and manage. Solutionary Log Monitoring provides superior visibility and threat detection with lower implementation and resource requirements. This reduces the burden of log monitoring and improves overall security posture.
Delivered as a cloud-based managed service, Solutionary Log Monitoring provides real-time threat detection to improve security and achieve compliance. The ActiveGuard service platform collects, monitors, and manages logs from virtually any device capable of producing a log file, including applications, databases, endpoints, firewalls, IDS/IPS, UTMs, WAFs, FIMs and network devices.
Security experts in the Solutionary Security Operations Center (SOC) provide additional analysis, validation and response for security threats. The combination of the automated analysis in ActiveGuard and human verification in the SOC reduces false positives, ensuring that clients are only notified about real security events.
The Solutionary Log Monitoring Service delivers the following:
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The Solutionary white paper "Malware Detection with Network Monitoring: Not Quite Enough" reveals five real-world case studies that illustrate what does and does not work in the detection and prevention of malware.