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A data breach today takes 127 days to detect, according to the Ponemon Institute. Comprehensive visibility and real-time analysis of device and application log data provide an early warning of cybersecurity threats before damage occurs. Log monitoring and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) decision makers sometimes make short-sighted financial decisions to reduce log sources, only to find that it impacts security decision making and incident response. You can balance advanced threat detection with simplicity and affordability as you protect your infrastructure and assets.
Logs are a crucial source of insight for security analytics like threat detection, intrusion detection, compliance, network security, insider vulnerabilities, and supply chain risks. Almost all devices and applications produce logs. A mid-sized organization may generate millions of logs daily, too many for manual review and correlation. We are often asked: which logs should I monitor? What are some log management best practices?
A SIEM solution correlates raw log data for crucial security analytics like threat detection, intrusion detection, compliance, network security, insider vulnerabilities, and supply chain risks.
We recommend that you monitor log sources that include infrastructure devices like routers, security devices like firewalls, application logs, web servers, authentication servers, and client devices like laptops. Other log sources include domain controllers, wireless access points (WAPs), and IPS/IDS tools.
Log monitoring is a topic of interest to both hands-on IT and security teams as well as business stakeholders, such as executives interested in risk management.
Here are some critical recommendations regarding log monitoring that provides insight into the health, compliance, and security of your systems, applications, and users:
Realize that you are not alone as you enhance your cybersecurity posture. There are steps you can take to minimize cybersecurity risks and visibility gaps while expanding your cybersecurity at your own pace. For those looking to evolve their capabilities with a managed security solution, SOC-as-a-Service (SOCaaS) or the more robust and flexible Co-Managed SIEM/SOC can deliver advanced threat protection.
The first step is to collect and archive event logs as an MSP, knowing that adversaries are targeting you and your supply chain. Use a crawl – walk – run approach with EventTracker SIEM from Netsurion to get started and build your understanding and expertise. Continue to enhance your cybersecurity maturity and familiarity with the comprehensive reports and dashboards.
Expand your cybersecurity portfolio with Netsurion as a proven partner who understands the SMB marketplace and the advanced threat monitoring. Offered as a managed service, EventTracker SIEM from Netsurion and its 24/7 SOC augment your team with hard-to-find analysts who enable you to accelerate risk management and infrastructure protection.
* The original post can be found here: https://www.msspalert.com/cybersecurity-guests/avoid-log-monitoring-gaps-with-holistic-coverage/
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