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IT Guard, distributor of information security products in Russia and CIS countries, has signed a partnership agreement with SOC Prime

IT Guard, distributor of information security products in Russia and CIS countries, has signed a partnership agreement with SOC Prime
31.08.2015

IT Guard, distributor of information security products in Russia and CIS countries, has signed a partnership agreement with SOC Prime, which offers innovative solutions for tuning, optimization and development of SIEM systems as well as integration of separate security components into a single integrated structure.

SIEM solutions are often used by businesses for such purposes as automation of the fraud detection and remediation, creation of Security Operations Center (SOC), and regulatory compliance. Typical applications are the analysis and monitoring of real-time online banking, credit card payments, protection of personal data, VoIP and billing systems. This utilization makes SIEM a part of the company critical infrastructure and, therefore, brings some risks: small errors often go unnoticed and lead to a decrease in the accuracy of fraud detection, while faults in the main systems may cause direct financial risks or even cause damage.

SOC Prime SIEM Predictive Maintenance automates error maintenance, sends warnings of their occurrence, analyzes their impact, prioritizes corrective steps and provides detailed instructions on troubleshooting before they grow into a problem and cause considerable damage. The solution ensures uninterrupted operation of critical functions of security systems, eliminates false signals and maintains accuracy of SIEM at the highest level to ensure the continuity of the defensive effort to prevent fraud and reduce the risks of financial loss.

 

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