The key word here is distinct. This may not surprise enterprises looking for the right solution for them, but no two SIEM vendors offer exactly the same products and services—each has their own strengths and weaknesses, sizes and focuses. Their report suggests that the success these vendors achieved over time serves as an inspiration and benchmark for new vendors entering the SIEM field. Their products provide use-case-agnostic data analysis and prepackaged security-specific queries, visualizations, and dashboards. Splunk released performance and usability enhancements for their products over the course of
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Technology research giant Gartner, Inc. You can download it here. SIEM systems collect, store, investigate, support mitigation and report on security data for incident response, forensics and regulatory compliance. Moreover, SIEM works to facilitate security monitoring, user activity monitoring, and compliance.
Meanwhile, compliance drives some adoption but enterprises weigh it as more of a benefit rather than a core focus. In fact, one of the few predictions Gartner offers in the report concerns this emphasis on managed services. According to them, managed security services will continue to grow as the need for continual and constant monitoring becomes widespread. Otherwise, this report largely focuses on the SIEM as it stands currently, offering almost no predictions for the future of the market.
These include budget, scale, and product complexity. In the Gartner Magic Quadrant for SIEM, researchers evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the providers it considers most significant in the marketplace.
Then, it provides readers with a graph the eponymous Magic Quadrant plotting the vendors based on their ability to execute Y-Axis and their completeness of vision X-Axis.
At Solutions Review , we read the report, available here , and pulled out the key takeaways. Gartner introduced the category in —actually, their researchers coined the term SIEM itself.
However, the changes in the revenue or geographic presence criteria excluded BlackStratus, Netsurion-EventTracker, and Venustech. This year, no vendor received the title of Challenger.
Gartner praises its out-of-the-box compliance use cases. In the report, Gartner notes that the maturity of the market caused the number of Challengers to dwindle. Researchers note its native multitenant infrastructure through a federated model and its SaaS-delivered user and entity behavior analysis UEBA.
Visionaries are defined as providing strong functional products that have a lower Ability to Execute. Perhaps it may push vendors into the Challenger and Visionaries Quadrants in later reports. For example, SolarWinds offers a do-it-yourself approach and out-of-the-box repository of threat detection rules. Fortinet offers native, out-of-the-box compliance packages with powerful asset discovery features.
Additionally, McAfee offers bidirectional integrations for automated responses and a broad portfolio of security operation solutions. In terms of actual movement, the majority of vendors moved closer together, almost forming a cluster. ManageEngine moved up while SolarWinds moved slightly more to the right.
Also, Gartner praised LogRhythm for its extensive range of compliance reports across industries and regulations worldwide. IBM offers strong security event data collection capabilities, while Splunk received praise for its multiple delivery options.
The biggest movement hails from Rapid7, the previous sole member of the Visionaries Quadrant. It moved significantly into the Leaders Quadrant; Gartner cited its federated identity management support and endpoint protections.
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