LogSentinel SIEM for
Secure Work From Anywhere

Reduce risk with a remote workforce

“Work from home” and “work from anywhere” are on the rise – not only because of the pandemic, but due to a globalizing world.

Remote work, however, is a significant change from traditional perimeter security. The corporate network is now the internet and that makes adequate security monitoring paramount for the security of each organization.

LogSentinel SIEM lets you protect your data and services by comprehensive security monitoring tailored to a work-from-anywhere environment.

Monitoring SaaS Authentication

Get alerted on leaked corporate user credentials and monitor authentication and other logs for SaaS solutions

Prevent Phishing Attacks

We can scan your employees’ emails for phishing threats and alert the relevant teams so that they can act

Secure Videoconferencing

Track logs, call metadata, and admin activity for possible issues for popular tools like Webex, Teams, Zoom, Meet

Protect
VPN Logs

Collect and analyze your VPN logs in order to detect any anomalies and threats regarding remote work

Secure Work From Anywhere Usecases

Office365 Phishing Protection

Unauthorized access

Monitor authentication events and get alerted for anomalies

AWS Configuration-anomalies

Landspeed violations

Detect credential hijacks by finding impossible use travel speed

AWS Anomalous-API-calls

SaaS
abuse

SaaS is prone to credential and data leaks; detect and prevent SaaS-based risks

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Suspicious user activity

Monitor user behavior and detect anomalies that could constitute account takeovers or insider threats

Office365 Suspicious-VPC-traffic

Leaked credentials

Get alerted if credentials of your employees are leaked online

Insights

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If you would like to clear compliance and boost the information security of your business, using a next- gen SIEM, that combines log management, behavior analytics (UEBA), threat detection and incident response into a complete security monitoring platform, get in touch now!