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The Macquarie Cloud Services Managed SOC and SIEM protect your organisation from today’s threats. We’ll advise, implement and monitor, and you have access to our security experts, so you’re never on your own.
With 15 years of security strong Managed SOC and SIEM capability, we have gained the highest Microsoft Azure accreditation.
Our team of dedicated, accredited and experienced security experts have worked with almost every technology vendor and solution in the cybersecurity landscape. Their choice: Microsoft Azure sentinel managed services. This advanced Managed SIEM platform offers the most flexible, yet powerful security toolset, allowing the MCS SIEM team to:
Our Cyber Security infrastructure, processes and skills are independently certified by both the ASD and ACSC. We’re also the only Microsoft partner to be awarded both Azure expert MSP and MISA memberships, making us the ideal choice for managed SIEM in Australia.
Our proprietary Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform, built on the Azure sentinel service, takes full advantage of the latest thinking in automation, orchestration, AI and machine learning. We are constantly evaluated and certified by both the ASD and ACSC, as well as Microsoft’s own Azure experts – resulting in the coveted Azure Expert MSP status and membership of the Microsoft Intelligence Security Association.
Almost everyone in technology will tell you: it’s not the technology, it’s the people. The SIEM managed service providers at Cyber security Macquarie are surrounded by a broad, deep and highly skilled team, distributed right across the business. Our ongoing investment in training ensures skills development for the future.
We don’t believe in simply just outsourcing your security. We invest the time to understand your business and risk profile. We create solutions built on relationships. In a practical sense, we integrate with your team, support your existing operations and intentionally uplift your team’s knowledge and skills. Does this approach work? Our NPS of over 85 (the highest in the industry) suggests it does.
While many businesses use Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) software to maintain a view of the security of their IT estate, the current state of threat prevalence and escalation requires a more hands-on expert-led approach. This has led to the next generation of managed SIEM services (SIEMaaS), combining technology, AI and human expertise to improve security operations, threat detection and remediation.
Beyond the base-level tasks of gathering, analysing and reporting on log data, SIEMaaS offers advanced threat management capabilities and proactive insights into organisation-specific risks and vulnerabilities.
A Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) system is a fantastic tool that can help organisations address a wide range of security issues and challenges.
Threat Detection: SIEM systems use advanced analytics and correlation to identify potential security threats in real-time, allowing organisations to quickly respond to potential incidents.
Compliance: SIEM systems can help organisations comply with various security standards and regulations, such as PCI-DSS, APRA, ISO, and more, by providing detailed reports and alerts on security-related events.
Incident Response: SIEM systems can assist incident response teams by providing detailed information on security incidents, including the scope and impact of the incident, as well as information on the origin and cause of the incident.
Visibility: SIEM systems can provide organisations with a comprehensive view of their security posture, including information on potential vulnerabilities and threats, as well as the effectiveness of their security controls.
Correlation: SIEM can help to correlate multiple security events from different sources, and provide a better understanding of the attack’s scope and nature, which allows for more accurate incident response.
Automation: SIEM can automate repetitive tasks such as log collection, correlation and alerting, freeing up staff time for more important tasks.
All in all, a SIEM system is a powerful tool that can help organisations detect, respond to, and mitigate security threats, improve compliance and gain visibility over their security posture. It’s a must-have for any organization looking to ensure their security needs are met in the most efficient, cost-effective and expert manner possible!
A Managed Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) system can assist organisations in meeting a variety of compliance and regulatory requirements, such as:
PCI-DSS: The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) requires organizations to have the ability to track and monitor all access to cardholder data, as well as maintain detailed logs of all security-related events. A managed SIEM can provide the necessary logging and monitoring capabilities to meet these requirements.
HIPAA: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requires organisations to implement measures to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of protected health information (PHI). A managed SIEM can assist organizations in meeting these requirements by providing real-time monitoring and alerting for potential threats to PHI.
SOC 2: The SOC 2 standard requires organisations to have effective controls in place to protect the security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality and privacy of customer data. A managed SIEM can provide the necessary logging, monitoring and incident response capabilities to meet these requirements.
GDPR: The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires organisations to have the ability to detect and report data breaches within 72 hours. A managed SIEM can assist organisations in meeting this requirement by providing real-time monitoring and alerting for potential breaches of personal data.
NIST: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) provides a set of industry standards and best practices for protecting an organisation’s IT infrastructure and data. A managed SIEM can assist organisations in meeting these standards by providing the necessary logging, monitoring and incident response capabilities.
ISO 27001: The ISO 27001 standard sets out the requirements for an information security management system (ISMS). A managed SIEM can assist organisations in meeting these requirements by providing the necessary logging, monitoring and incident response capabilities.
It’s important to note that these are just some of the compliance and regulatory requirements that a Managed SIEM can help organisations meet, and upon consultation with your organisation, we may need more or less to cover.