Managed SIEM brings threat protection to multi-site businesses

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Data breaches are bad news for companies not just in terms of potential losses but in damage to reputation.

Larger enterprises are realising that they need to protect not just their central locations but also their remote and franchise locations in order to guard their brand.

Network security company Netsurion is launching a managed SIEM (security information and event management) solution called SIEM-at-the-Edge, designed specifically to protect multi-location businesses, along with a Breach Detection Service to augment other security measures.

Powered by the EventTracker security management platform, these services give businesses an affordable level of protection from cyberthreats that was previously only available inside the perimeter of large enterprises.

"SIEM-at-the-Edge perfectly complements Netsurion's existing offerings of network security, resilience, and PCI compliance, resulting in a comprehensive managed security solution scalable for businesses of any size," says Kevin Watson, CEO of Netsurion. "Cyberattacks are succeeding at alarming rates, and the impact of data breaches on multi-location brands, individual franchisees, and other small businesses can be catastrophic and unrecoverable. Adding these advanced SIEM services to our portfolio enables us to give our customers even stronger protection without the costs and complexity of full-time, dedicated resources. Our recent merger with EventTracker made this possible, and we are thrilled to introduce this capability to businesses that previously were unable to afford and manage such sophisticated security measures".

SIEM-at-the-Edge provides advanced cybersecurity technology through an industry-leading SIEM and MDR solution uniquely tailored to be effective and affordable for small and medium-sized multi-location businesses, with pricing from $20 per location per month. Breach Detection can be added for a further $10.

You can find out more about the solution on the Netsurion website.

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