What Solutions Does a SIEM Provide?
MSPs today need a way to reap the benefits of security information and event management systems without having to worry about capital investment and the headaches of trying to get started on their own. Of course, the best way to do this is through our SIEM-as-a-Service, which offers a comprehensive service solution that is fully hosted in our secure and compliant cloud to manage and monitor your critical systems, no matter what they are.
So, what exactly does a SIEM provide MSPs with? What solutions and benefits are most prevalent within our SIEM solution? In this blog, we’re going to go over those solutions and how they benefit MSPs looking to improve their cybersecurity.
Through StratoZen’s SIEM-as-a-Service, you get access to a scalable, robust SIEM solution. Our SIEM solution includes:
- An Audit and Exam Support
- More than 2,200 Pre-Built Compliance/Standard Based Reports
- Custom Scheduling and Report Creation
- Comprehensive Device Support
- Weekly Device Discovery Validation
- False Positive Reduction and Ongoing Rule Tuning
- Data and System Backups
- Configuration Change Management
- And so much more
Our SIEM-as-a-Service helps MSPs gain major benefits of the world’s most powerful and flexible SIEM without needing to invest in hardware, personnel, deployment, management of maintenance of the system. At StratoZen, we take care of all the infrastructure, upgrades, maintenance, patches, backups and capacity planning, as well as the security of the system and platform.
MSPs also benefit from our decades of experience scaling, building and managing SIEM environments which support thousands of devices.
A reliable SIEM solution is essential today, especially because system management is more complex than ever before. From system management to comprehensive performance, security, compliance and change control, you need cybersecurity experts who can ease the pressure of effective protection. To boil it down, MSPs need a comprehensive SIEM solution if they want to effectively detect and proactively address any system and security issues.