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Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) with Incident Response Management (IRM)

What is SIEM?

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a security management approach that helps companies to identify security-critical incidents and malicious behavior. It delivers security alerts (Offenses, Incidents) through real-time detection, analysis and correlation of security relevant events, enabling our security experts to improve the security of your IT systems and applications.

How does SIEM work?

All relevant information from the IT infrastructure to be protected is analyzed in real time, as critical modifications can occur at various points in the network. By permanently monitoring the network, anomalies and deviations are detected, observed and evaluated in time. This allows trends to be identified and patterns that deviate from the regular scheme can be detected early.

Why do I need SIEM?

By early detection of attacks, they can be optimally fended off. This way you are protected from threats that can cause great damage to your company.

Who is my partner in the SIEM implementation?

Our experienced team of experts will design a cybersecurity/SIEM strategy tailored to your company's needs, because we have recognized that only the combination of tools and services will bring the desired success. Axians Incident Response Management (IRM) team includes specialists who are specially trained to deal with cyber threats and vulnerabilities. This team can support your company quickly and efficiently in the event of a security incident.



    SIEM as a Service

    When a SIEM is successfully implemented, it supports your organization with:

    • Detection of potential known and unknown threats
    • Monitor the activities of authorized users and their privileged access to various resources
    • Preparation of regular compliance reports
    • Simplify threat analysis during a security incident