A perfect tool for enhancing your business’s security is SIEM, which stands for security information and event management. It helps detect potential threats proactively, adding an extra layer of protection to your organization.
Why does your organization need SIEM?
Many organizations grapple with constrained IT resources and a lack of cybersecurity expertise, resulting in potential costs and intricate challenges.
With SIEM, you have:
- Full network visibility
- 24/7 threat monitoring and response
- Reporting that eases the burdens of compliance requirements
What are the benefits of SIEM?
Discover the advantages of utilizing SIEM services to enhance your business’s ability to respond to real-time threats:
- Real-time expertise
- 24×7 security operations center (SOC)
- Compliance requirements
- Enhanced threat visibility
- Reduced costs with solution management
You recognize the value of added protection. Reach out to us today to discover how our state-of-the-art SIEM solutions can provide you with peace of mind.
President / Network Architect
Mark Kolean always had a fascination with technology from the time he was 3 and his gift of the Atari 2600 to current. In 1990 at the age of 14 Mark got his first job in customer support for a mail order business supporting Tandy TSR-80 computer software shipped on cassette tape. A few years later Mark was building hundreds of 286, 386, and 486 computers for the new emerging DOS & Windows 3.1 computers that had exploded on the market.
After a college career studying business and technology Mark Started Shoreline Computer Systems in 1999 at the height of the dot.com boom with the looming crisis of the year2k bug just around the corner. In the early 2000’s a lot of work was done with early network systems including Lantastic, Novell, and Windows NT Server. Mark became a community contributor to the Small Business Specialist community that revolved around Small Business Server 2000-2011 which focused on single or dual server environments for businesses up to 50 in size. Networks during this time frame mostly had a break fix relationship in which work was billed only when a problem occurred.
In the 2010’s Microsoft released their first cloud based software called Microsoft BPOS which would in later become known as Microsoft Office 365. This introduced a new model in technology with pay as you go subscription services. Starting in 2013 Mark’s team at Shoreline Computer System rebranded as Shoreline Technology Solutions to focus on the transition to become proactive and less reactive to data backup and security needs. Starting in 2018 all customers are required to have a backup management plan in place as a center point with the full understanding that if STS isn’t watching the customer’s data, then no one is.
Now in Mark’s 22 years of business he is building a company emphasis of how to help customers retire servers and build networks completely in the cloud.