Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
Security Information & Event Management (SIEM) is a system designed to collect security information in multiple forms, such as logs, events, and flows. This information is stored, transformed into a readable format, undergoes inspections, data analysis, and displays the results. The system promptly alerts relevant events as soon as an incident is detected.
- Organizations can rely on SIEM to ensure the security of a wide range of equipment or information systems. It facilitates correlation analysis to identify issues, threats, or attacks effectively. Additionally, SIEM collects security data, enabling in-depth investigation of incidents and precise identification of their causes, damages, and associated risks.