Only 5 of the top 14 – think about that. That means they miss two-thirds of common adversary techniques.
Why? Insufficient breadth of rules, log source configuration errors, broken log collectors, and noisy rules all contribute to poor ATT&CK coverage in the average SIEM.
Learn more by reading this data-driven report based on configuration data collected from a range of production SIEM instances (Splunk, Microsoft Sentinel, IBM QRadar, etc.) encompassing more than 14,000 log sources, thousands of detection rules, and hundreds of log source types.
Constantly increasing number of log sources, attack vectors, and correlation rules
Your infrastructure, business priorities, and attack surface are constantly changing
Every enterprise is unique, making it impractical to copy-and-paste generic detection content
Manual and error-prone use case development make it difficult to effectively scale
SOC 2 is the "gold standard" auditing procedure that ensures your sensitive data is protected by best practices at all times.
Developed by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), SOC 2 defines criteria for managing customer data based on trust service principles such as security and confidentiality.
The CardinalOps platform never requires access to log data because it uses the SIEM to run queries on that data. Raw events never leave the SIEM. The platform only requires access to SIEM/XDR configuration information and metadata around detection rules, connectors, data sources, etc.