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Graylog SIEM and BitLyft MDR Integration Targets SMB Customers

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Graylog and BitLyft have formed a partnership to provide cybersecurity services to small and midsized businesses (SMBs), according to a prepared statement.

Graylog is a global provider of security information and event management (SIEM) and log management solutions, while BitLyft is a managed detection and response (MDR) provider.

By integrating Graylog’s SIEM solution with BitLyft’s MDR services, customers will be equipped with a comprehensive solution that detects, prevents and responds to security threats in real-time, the companies said.

As Jason Miller, BitLyft founder and CEO explained:

“Partnering with Graylog is a critical component of our mission to provide small to midsize companies with effective cybersecurity solutions. We can now offer our customers the highest level of threat detection and response capabilities with the incorporation of Graylog’s SIEM solution into our MDR service offering.”

Delivering “Peace of Mind”

The partnership addresses how SMBs struggle with managing cybersecurity risks with fewer staff, limited security tools and smaller budgets, the companies said. Accordingly, BitLyft’s automation solution — combined with Graylog’s AI/ML, security analytics, advanced log management, and intelligent alerting — will provide customers with the peace of mind they need to stay ahead of the constantly evolving threat landscape.

Commenting on the partnership, Josh Ziel, Graylog’s vice president of Global Sales, said:

“We are thrilled to partner with BitLyft and address the unique cybersecurity needs of small-to-midsize companies. Together, we can help these companies stay ahead of the constantly evolving threat landscape and provide them with peace of mind knowing that their systems and data are secure.”

Graylog, BitLyft to Host Webinar

A joint webinar, “Stay Ahead of the Threat Landscape: Integrating Graylog With BitLyft Security Automation For Comprehensive MDR,” will be held at 11 a.m. EDT on Wednesday, April 5. The webinar will provide insight into the companies’ software solutions and how they work together.

The webinar will also cover log sourcing and rules, real-time threat detection and response, and automation integration.

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