In the face of evolving attacks, organizations need a solution that can detect and address incidents before they become critical; without a doubt, a security information and event management (SIEM) solution is the best way to do it. This guide covers important considerations in choosing a SIEM solution.
This guide illustrates how ransomware operates and lays out how to prevent, detect, investigate, and respond to ransomware attacks using Log360.
Learn how our solutions can be leveraged to ensure personal data safety, audit access to personal data, and monitor user activities in the systems where personal data is stored.
How organizations can meet GDPR requirements with Log360, a comprehensive SIEM solution.
The Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) is a South African regulatory mandate to ensure personal data security. This guide explains the act, how it affects your enterprise IT processes, and how Log360 can help meet POPIA's security safeguard conditions.
The Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme is pushing organizations in Australia to reevaluate their security posture and fill any gaps in their security strategy by implementing proper processes and deploying appropriate tools. This document provides an overview on how organizations can leverage a SIEM solution like ManageEngine Log360 to meet the NDB scheme requirements.
PCI DSS is a regulation with twelve requirements that serve as a security baseline to secure payment card data. Achieving PCI DSS compliance involves deploying several security controls and various security solutions. This guide elaborates on requirements 10 and 11.5 as well as how Log360 can help satisfy these requirements.
Learn how our solution can be leveraged to protect patient privacy, identify your cybersecurity risks, and improve your IT performance.
Learn how our solution can be leveraged to protect sensitive data and avoid data leakage at the earliest.
Learn how our solution can be leveraged to mitigate insider threats and identify compromised credentials swiftly.
Privileged user accounts are the most crucial and impactful when compared to all the other accounts in your organization, and this is primarily because of the administrative powers that such accounts can hold. Accidental or intentional activities by a privileged user is dangerous and can lead to data exposure or security breaches.
Monitoring the traffic on your network is threat intelligence essential if you want to keep attackers at bay, and ensure your organization runs smoothly and efficiently. In this age of cyber conflict, threat intelligence and network traffic monitoring tools help organizations protect their sensitive data.