Logging, Monitoring and Alerting Uplift

Uplifting your organisation's capabilities in logging, monitoring, and detecting potential security and fraud incidents.
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Cut through the chaos.

Our logging, monitoring and alerting uplift program will help you cut through the chaos and create an observability and alerting system that works for your analysts, not against them.

We'll start with assessment and gap analysis - a comprehensive assessment of your existing logging, monitoring, and alerting infrastructure to identify gaps, weaknesses, and areas for improvement. We'll review your current tools, processes, and policies to understand your security needs and challenges and places where your current monitoring and alerting infrastructure is falling short.

Next, we'll help you implement robust logging practices across your IT infrastructure, applications, and network devices. This may involve setting up centralised logging, ensuring the appropriate log formats are used, and enabling relevant log sources.

Our consultants will implement effective monitoring mechanisms to continuously track and analyse security events. We can improve the configuration of SIEM systems, intrusion detection systems (IDS), and other monitoring tools to detect potential threats in real-time and minimise false positives.

Next, the alerting enhancement phase of our engagement will include guidance on alerting rules and thresholds to reduce false positives while ensuring critical security incidents are promptly identified.

If needed, we can also help you integrate threat intelligence feeds into your automated monitoring and alerting systems. Integrations enrich your monitoring and alerting rules with external threat information, keeping you defended against emerging threats.

After the uplift programme is complete, we can provide ongoing support with tuning and updating monitoring configuration, fine-tuning alerting rules, and updating playbooks to reflect emerging threats.