Monitor your entire organization so you can quickly address breaches and targeted attacks.
Identifying threats through log analysis often means detecting one log out of millions produced daily. Which ones are harmful or could be malicious to your organization? While some security solutions only monitor certain systems or applications, security information and event management (SIEM) provides visibility across your entire enterprise. Powered by Fortinet’s FortiSIEM, 11:11 Systems Managed SIEM monitors infrastructure, applications, and endpoints in real time, reducing your mean time to respond (MTTR).
Seconds matter when you’re detecting threats.
With Managed SIEM, you have real-time visibility into everything in your infrastructure, including applications, endpoints, and more, so you can quickly detect threats. More importantly, our experts are also ready to analyze and notify you about important issues.
You have millions of logs, but only a few matter.
Managed SIEM gives you comprehensive event log management that consolidates data from numerous sources. Now you can get a single view of all your security events.
Correlation and Automation
One of the biggest challenges in security management is reducing time spent on low-priority events or “noise.” Managed SIEM gives you the ability to act quickly when it matters most. Through our analysis of multiple logs and security sources, as well as the intelligent automation built into 11:11 Managed SIEM, we’ll help you establish correlations between security events
Our experts are ready to support you every step of the way.
11:11 Managed Security Services include 24x7x365 support via our global Security Operations Center (SOC). Rely on our SOC analysts to provide you with log analysis and reporting that makes sense and delivers actionable data to secure your organization.
Managed SIEM for Compliance
SIEM solutions can be critical — sometimes even mandated — to meet regulatory compliance. For example, organizations that must comply with HIPAA or PCI DSS requirements may have to substantiate that they are performing some sort of prescriptive log management and analysis. While a generic SIEM tool provides analytics and reporting to satisfy many of these regulatory requirements, Managed SIEM can help you fill in security gaps and improve your organization’s compliance posture.
Managed Security Data Sheet
Available in all geographies that 11:11 Systems operates.
Designed to meet your unique, global business requirements.
11:11 Systems’ data centers meet the highest standards for security, compliance, and performance. With global availability, consistent infrastructure design, and unparalleled scale and flexibility, our cloud regions will be ready to support your changing business needs.
No. This is a vendor-agnostic capability and we are able to ingest log data and build integrations for most vendors. Our Managed SIEM Compatibility Guide can be found here: Devices and Applications by Vendor
No. This is a fully-managed service. Customers will get actionable data regarding true positives in the environment, monthly reports, and recommendations for remediation actions to limit alert fatigue and increase visibility.
A professional services engagement can be quoted to scope the needs for parsing log data from non-compatible applications and systems. Reach out to your Solutions Architect or Account Manager for assistance with this process.
When you purchase any Managed Security Services from 11:11 Systems, you provide us access to potentially personally identifiable information in the form of hostnames, IP addresses, usernames, and any unencrypted data transmitted in raw log file format. The 11:11 Security Operations Center (SOC) will always store, transmit, and receive this data from you in an encrypted format. Data is never shared beyond our system boundaries defined as requirements to deliver the Managed Security Service.
11:11 Managed SIEM log data is retained in active status for 90 days and in archive for 365 days, by default. If more retention is required, additional retention can be quoted.
11:11 Managed SIEM is priced on a per-data-source model.
Yes. The current minimum is 25 data sources.