Detect, analyze and respond
to security threats

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a security management system that combines the functions of a security information system (SIS) and a security event management (SEM) system. It provides real-time analysis of security alerts generated by network hardware and applications. SIEM systems are designed to detect, analyze, and respond to security threats and compliance violations.

SIEM systems typically include a central console that allows security analysts to view and analyze security alerts and events in real-time. The system also includes a database that stores security-related data and a set of tools for analyzing and reporting on that data.

One of the main benefits of SIEM is its ability to detect security threats and anomalies in real-time. This is achieved through the use of security analytics, which uses machine learning algorithms to analyze security data and identify patterns that may indicate a security threat.

Once a potential threat has been detected, SIEM systems can alert security analysts and provide them with the necessary information to investigate and respond to the threat. This includes identifying the source of the threat, determining the extent of the damage, and taking steps to mitigate the risk.

SIEM systems can also be used to monitor compliance with security policies and regulations. They can provide reports and alerts when security policies are not being followed and can help organizations to maintain compliance with industry regulations and standards.

Logiq provides crowdsourced SIEM Rules with Sigma:

  • Import Sigma signatures for detecting malicious signatures in logs and save yourself from vendor lock-in
  • Extend your Sigma rule database with custom SIEM rules using our built-in rule wizard
  • Use the free logiqctl CLI to batch import/export rules and share them across multiple environments is a log analysis platform that includes a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) feature.

The SIEM feature in provides the following key features:

  • Real-time threat detection:’s SIEM feature provides real-time threat detection by analyzing log data in real-time to identify and alert on potential security threats.
  • Correlation and analysis:’s SIEM feature correlates and analyzes log data from multiple sources, including system logs, application logs, and network logs, to provide a complete view of an organization’s security posture.
  • Automated incident response:’s SIEM feature includes automated incident response capabilities that allow organizations to quickly respond to security incidents by automating tasks such as quarantine and isolation of affected systems.
  • Customizable dashboards and alerts:’s SIEM feature allows organizations to customize their dashboards and alerts to meet their specific needs.
  • Compliance and regulatory reporting:’s SIEM feature provides the ability to generate compliance and regulatory reports, such as SOC 2, PCI-DSS, and HIPAA.
  • Machine Learning-based Anomaly detection:’s SIEM feature uses Machine Learning-based algorithms to detect anomalies in log data and alert on potential security threats.
  • Centralized management console:’s SIEM feature includes a centralized management console that allows organizations to easily monitor and manage their security posture across multiple systems and devices.
  • Cloud-based deployment:’s SIEM feature can be deployed in the cloud, which allows organizations to easily scale their security capabilities to meet their changing needs.
  • 24/7 support:’s SIEM feature includes 24/7 support to ensure that organizations have access to the help they need when they need it.
  • Integration with other security tools:’s SIEM feature can integrate with other security tools such as firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, and security information and event management (SIEM) solutions to provide a complete view of an organization’s security posture.

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