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Gartner names LogRhythm leader in SIEM solutions

10 Dec 2018

LogRhythm has announced that it has been positioned as a Leader by Gartner in the 2018 Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management research report. According to Gartner, “The SIEM Leaders quadrant is composed of vendors that provide products that are a strong functional match to general market requirements, and have been the most successful in building an installed base and revenue stream within the SIEM market. “Leaders also have a relatively high viability rating (due to SIEM revenue or SIEM revenue in combination with revenue from other sources). In addition to providing technology that is a good match to current customer requirements, Leaders also show evidence of vision and execution for emerging and anticipated requirements. “They typically have relatively high market share and/or strong revenue growth, and have demonstrated positive customer feedback for effective SIEM capabilities and related service and support.” LogRhythm co-founder and chief product and technology officer Chris Petersen says, “As data breaches continue to wreak havoc across the globe, security teams increasingly need end-to-end SIEM solutions with native options for host- and network-level monitoring, as well as industry-leading analytics and workflow automation, to rapidly detect and neutralise the threats targeting their environments.”

Earlier this year, LogRhythm was also recognised as a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Software.

In addition to SIEM and SOAR capabilities, LogRhythm’s NextGen SIEM Platform delivers solutions for user and entity behaviour analytics (UEBA); network traffic and behaviour analytics; enterprise log management; and network and endpoint monitoring.

These solutions comprise the principal workflow of the next-generation security operations centre (SOC) that aims to seamlessly integrate people, processes and technology across the security organisation and enable security teams to detect and respond to threats quickly and with precision.

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