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Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)

Harness industry leading technology to identify security threats across environments of any size and complexity. 

Detect Advanced Threats

Identify a range of threats including phishing, data exfiltration, malware, user behavior and more in real-time.

Detailed Monitoring and Reporting

Advanced user and entity behaviour analytics identify anomalous events before they can become threats. 

Complete, Real Time Visibility

View activity across your entire organization in a single unified view. Reduce Mean Time to Despond. Mitigate and contain threats at greater pace, reducing your MTTD. 


Lower Operational Costs

Consolidate your technology stack for monitoring, log data management, analytics, reporting and more through Bridewell. 

Why SIEM with Bridewell?

Leveraging cloud native Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools, Bridewell’s service provides organizations with real-time monitoring and analysis of potential threats in their environment.

With advanced detection rules and scalable capabilities that can be tailored to the specific needs of any organization, the service significantly reduces mean time to respond (MTTD) while also supporting security orchestration and remediation (SOAR). 

Bridewell incorporates the latest threat intelligence into the SIEM platform to recognise current threats relevant to your organisation. 

Bridewell can provide SIEM capabilties in a matter of hours.  

As part of the service, organizations gain access to Bridewell’s extensive and continually developed security content which leverages threat intelligence. 

Key Challenges Addressed

As the volume and variety of cyber attacks increases, organizations need to dedicate more resources to detecting potential threats.

For large-scale organizations, or for those with complex environments, this can be particularly challenging as this often requires achieving a unified view that spans their entire infrastructure.

Organizations relying on a mixture of on-premises, public and private cloud and those with IT and OT environments often struggle to build this comprehensive, real-time view. 

While an off-the-shelf SIEM provides some the capabilities needed to aggregate data, trigger security alerts and perform log management they often don’t have all of the functionalities required or are resource intensive.

Many SIEM solutions fall short on threat detection and behavior analytics, both of which are valuable to security teams and can limit their incident response capabilities. 



How It Works

Bridewell’s Managed SIEM overlays our people and processes onto Microsoft Sentinel. This gives you a comprehensive and real-time view of your whole security, IT and OT landscape, insight into malicious user behavior and data analysis of security events.  

Our security analysts create your fully bespoke solution using cutting-edge AI and SOAR (Security Automation, Orchestration and Response) technology. This is then deployed, configured and operated via the cloud using Microsoft Azure. 

Everything is accessible through an intuitive cloud-based dashboard and integrated into the Bridewell Security Portal. 

Bridewell’s SIEM is deployed through a five-step process.

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Here are some commonly asked questions about SIEM. If you’d like to learn more speak to one of our team. 



The purpose of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is to provide a centralized view of an organization's security posture. This is accomplished by collecting, normalizing, and storing security data from a variety of sources, such as network devices, application logs, and user activity. SIEM can then provide near-real-time visibility into threats and anomalies, as well as historical analysis to support incident response and forensics. 

A SIEM system collects and analyses a variety of data types from a variety of sources. The data types can be divided into two broad categories: security data and business data. Security data includes data about threats, vulnerabilities, and attacks. This data can come from a variety of sources, including intrusion detection and prevention systems, firewalls, and web proxies. This data is used to help identify and respond to security incidents. 

By collecting and analyzing data from a variety of sources, SIEM can help identify potential security threats and vulnerabilities. This information can then be used to help organizations improve their security posture by implementing better security controls and processes. Additionally, SIEM can also reduce Mean Time to Detect (MTTD) during a security incident. 

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