Managed Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
- Real-Time Security Alerts
- Actionable Threat Intelligence
- In-depth Forensic Analysis
- Comprehensive Compliance Reports
Empower threat detection with ACE’s Security Information and Event Management solution. Your environment is secured with 24/7 monitoring and in-depth forensic analysis of events.
Receive dashboard alerts, actionable intelligence, and remediation recommendations – all on a single platform.
Explore Benefits of Managed SIEM
Receive real-time alerts on security events with round-the-clock monitoring.
Enhance visibility and track updates with an easy-to-use dashboard.
SIEM delivers actionable data by collecting and analyzing all log sources in your network.
Generate audit-ready compliant reports, while keeping up with changes in regulations and new mandates.
Get instant updates and remediation plans against Zero-day threats, ransomware, APTs, and file-less attacks.
Protect your network with the global standard in threat reporting and prevention tactics.
Improve operational efficiency by automating compliance with various industry-specific regulations and mandates. Keep up with changing regulations and new mandates – without worrying about oversight.
ACE’s SIEM solution generates rule-based alerts and minimizes false positives. Visualize incidents via dashboard updates and respond instantly with remediation recommendations.
Stay ahead of attacks with proactive alerts and in-depth forensic analysis of logs. Logs and event data are extensively indexed using a Common Indexing Model.
ACE utilizes valuable threat data feeds from our global partners and open-source providers to give your network fast and accurate threat detection
Protect against insider threats by tracking changes in your systems and user behavior. These alerts are correlated and processed real-time to give a complete picture of what’s different.
Years of Exp.
Managed SIEM is an alternative to on-premises SIEM deployment. A third-party service provider hosts the SIEM application on their servers and monitors your network for security breaches. Managed SIEM provides faster deployment, access to expert cybersecurity specialists, and reduces setup costs.
The security provider’s SIEM solution is deployed on your network. It collects log and event data across the IT infrastructure and aggregates it in a central location. The data is analyzed to extract actionable security alerts. These alerts are further investigated and remediated.
Managed SIEM, or cloud SIEM, is provided by a third-party vendor. On-premises SIEM solutions are owned and managed in-house, from installation to operation. On-premises SIEM gives organizations complete control over their data, the security team, and the SIEM platform. The downside of on-premises is that complete operation of SIEM requires a huge financial commitment. Costs involve expenditure for purchasing, installing and maintaining the software; collecting, storing and analyzing vast amounts of data; hiring and training cybersecurity professionals. Such costs are prohibitive for most businesses. The advantages of managed SIEM are its cost-effective nature, easy scalability, and instant deployment. Additionally, your organization gains access to an expert knowledge pool.
Malware is an umbrella term that includes any software that can potentially damage your system, like viruses, ransomware, worms, etc. SIEM security monitoring sends out an alert whenever there is a breach in the system. With further analysis and event correlation, it can be determined if the breach was caused by some kind of malware.
SIEM is required as it enables easy security management by aggregating all logs and event data in a central location and prioritizing the security alerts generated by the software.
The cost of managed SIEM is expected to be around $60,000 to $120,000 a year. Managed SIEM is vastly cheaper than in-house SIEM, as the cost of installing hardware and infrastructure, and training specialized employees is eliminated.