What is Microsoft Sentinel?
Built on the Azure platform and powered from the cloud, Microsoft Sentinel is a scalable solution that provides security information and event management (SIEM) and security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR).
Sentinel’s holistic security analytics and threat intelligence capabilities help businesses to detect emerging threats by collecting and analysing large data sets at scale. This single solution for attack detection, visibility, and response alleviates the stress of managing an increasingly sophisticated and saturated threat landscape.
Deploying Microsoft Sentinel in your business
TDM Group offers Microsoft Sentinel as a service. We will make the time to understand your business’s requirements before deploying the solution, managing its functionality, and supporting your use.
We deploy and configure Microsoft Sentinel within your Azure environment in line with your goals, so it meets your security needs.
Once the necessary connections have been made to the necessary logs and systems, we proactively manage Microsoft Sentinel on your behalf, integrating tools that improve the richness of data available.
Once deployed, we can monitor and manage Microsoft Sentinel on your behalf with our SOC (Security Operation Centre) service.
The benefits of deploying Microsoft Sentinel
End-to-end visibility across your technology infrastructure.
Detect advanced threats:
Mitigate sophisticated threats using AI-driven SIEM and XDR capabilities.
Investigate prioritised incidents:
Detect critical incidents and proactively hunt suspicious activities at scale.
Enable efficient and effective response:
Respond to incidents expeditiously with built-in orchestration and automation of common tasks.
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How Microsoft Sentinel works
Microsoft’s cloud-native SIEM and SOAR solution is deployed in your business’s Azure tenant and accessed via the Azure portal, providing alignment with pre-existing organisational policies.
Microsoft Sentinel can also harness Azure’s infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) to deliver capabilities such as workflow automation and long-term log retention – which are typically provided as bolt-on services that lack substance by SIEM providers.