The SIEM administrator monitors and manages the system health of centralized SEIM components,
including licenses, version, backup and restoring data, and user permissions.
Analyze log data to verify data collection and log continuity. Detecting abnormalities in user
activity can help the organization identify sneaking insider security threats.
Logs are gathered in proprietary formats. Custom parsing is performed to convert the logs into
standard formats understood by security event information management systems.
Once the whole network is investigated, optimizing existing policy rules and setting up new ones
takes place to reduce false errors and increase the accuracy of the system.
Alert systems are arranged in the centralized network system to provide instant notification
when unusual activity is observed and helps the organization resolve it quickly.