By using Sumo Logic’s cloud-native SIEM, organizations enhanced the effectiveness of their SOC teams and improved their overall security posture with 166% ROI over 3 years and a 3-month payback. Find out how activereach and Sumo Logic can help you. No matter where you are on your security modernization journey,more →
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Sumo Logic offers a cloud-native architecture, built in AWS, which helps automate key security operations while delivering a truly modern security analyst experience with its highly-tuned user interface and SecOps workflows.more →
As a business starts its journey towards the cloud, security focus will often shift outwards towards the Internet. By moving data from inside the traditional network perimeter to the cloud, a whole new set of cybersecurity considerations occur and questions such as “How can we prevent our cloud environment from a breach and protect our data from theft?” become more relevant than ever.more →
There is a lot of discussion going into the SIEM vs SOAR debate at the moment and it is extremely important to understand the difference between these two cyber security tools. SIEM and SOAR have several common features, and do complement each other, but we cannot use these terms interchangeably.more →
When we hear the term ‘Endpoint Security’ we often think of making sure your organization is protected from malicious actors and cyberattacks attacking via an endpoint. This involves making sure that all the access points into an organization’s critical systems and physical devices are protected from unauthorized access to prevent damage to the rest of the network.more →
Almost every single computing device, laptop, desktop, router, firewall, keeps a record of things that have changed over time. Borrowing from maritime parlance, we call these “logs”. Logs are ledgers of changes in state, recorded and stored in sequence, and can tell you a lot about what that computing device has been doing, why it has been doing it, and when.more →
Financial services organizations are where the money is, and as such will always be prime targets for cybercrime. For many financial institutions, this bot traffic can account for more than half of their overall website traffic — covering both good bots engaged in essential business tasks to bad bots performing malicious activities.more →