Atmosera SIEM monitors logs and data from network devices, scans for malicious and anomalous behavior and alerts users about threats in real-time. The service's features include:
- Forensic Research: Gathers security evidence and provides threat analysis.
- Threat Intelligence: Uses community-based indicators to identify cyber threats.
- User-Behavior Analytics: Leverages machine learning algorithms to detect threat anomalies.
Also, Atmosera has released the Managed Vulnerability Scanning (MVS) security service. MVS offers automated vulnerability scanning, remediation reporting and risk reduction capabilities.
Atmosera SIEM and MVS are now available as add-ons or standalone offerings.
What Do the New Security Services Mean for Atmosera?
Atmosera's new security services could help the company capitalize on a global cloud security market that is expected to grow.
The global cloud security market is projected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.9 percent between 2018 and 2024, industry analyst Grand View Research stated. This market also could be worth $12.6 billion by 2024.
Microsoft Introduces Azure Sentinel SIEM
The Atmosera SIEM and MVS releases come after Microsoft last month launched a beta version of its Azure Sentinel SIEM solution. Multiple MSSPs and IT consulting firms are embracing the service.
Azure Sentinel collects security data across devices, users, apps and servers on any cloud, Microsoft said. It then uses artificial intelligence (AI) to identify cyber threats.
Furthermore, Azure Sentinel requires no upfront costs, according to Microsoft. It also allows users to visualize cyberattacks and automate threat response.
MSSP CyberProof Announces Azure Sentinel Integration
The integration enables Defense Center Platform users to leverage Azure Sentinel for automated threat detection, incident response and recovery, CyberProof indicated. It also provides threat intelligence insights integrated with the Microsoft Intelligence Security Graph.