We’re pleased to announce that in its first year of inclusion in the Gartner Magic Quadrant report, Microsoft Azure Sentinel has been named a Visionary, where we were recognized for our completeness of eyesight for SIEM. 1
Gartner has said that “cloud SIEM will be the future of how many organizations consume technology.”2 We wholeheartedly agree! Today, security teams are constantly to ask him to do more with less. They need to protect expanding digital manors, see increasingly advanced menaces through huge amounts of noise, and keep up with a massive backlog of investigations.
Azure Sentinel is built from the ground up to be completely cloud-native, and it enables security squads concentrated on protecting their organizations instead of maintaining infrastructure. It collects, correlates, and analyzes data at cloud scale across the entire organization, resulting in higher efficiency and more effective security analytics.
We liberated Azure Sentinel in November 2019 as the first cloud-native SIEM on a major public cloud. Since then, we’ve helped more than 9,000 patrons across a broad range of verticals modernize their security operations and have received industry recognition for our market-leading approach.
One of the most fulfilling things about “workin on” Azure Sentinel has been recognizing our customers recognize the best interests of the our vision firsthand. At MVP Healthcare, moving SecOps to the cloud dedicated the security team unprecedented agility, allowing them to react and scale faster. At ASOS, Azure Sentinel empowered the security team to cut issue resolution times in half. And at LinkedIn, moving to Azure Sentinel allows the user to significantly reduce operational overhead, plus reduce investigation times dramatically.
We’re honored that we have been able to help so many organizations during Azure Sentinel’s short time in market and are thrilled that we were recognized in this Gartner report for our vision for the future of SIEM.
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While we’re aroused about how far we’ve come in the last year and a half, we’re just getting started. Every day, we’re learning from customers and collaborators about how we can improve. And we aren’t slowing down–empowering SecOps with new innovations for Azure Sentinel is one of the highest priorities for our security engineering team.
In 2021, we’ve delivered key innovations across a variety of investment fields, including data collection, AI, machine learning, automation, and much more. A few highlights include 😛 TAGEND
Expanding visibility across all security assets, platforms, and clouds with more than 50 new connectors, including for security solutions like Cisco Umbrella, ITSM answers like ServiceNow, and other clouds–with many more in development. Enabling efficiency and faster response with automation inventions such as the release of automation rules, a simple framework for leveraging automation that’s highly integrated into the day-to-day SecOps workstream, as well as new automation connectors and playbooks. Assistance security teams deploy integratings and use cases faster with answers, which allow you to deploy connectors, workbooks, playbooks, detections, and all other content related to integration in one package. Empowering SecOps with integrated SIEM and XDR, such as Microsoft 365 Defender incidents consolidation, allows people to seamlessly pivot between the breadth of SIEM and the depth of XDR while investigating. Democratizing machine learning with customizable machine learning anomalies, which commits security analysts a code-free experience to customize machine learning to their individual organizations and use them in detectings and threat hunting. And much more. We invite you to read more about our recent innovations from Microsoft Ignite 2021 and from the recent RSA Conference 2021.
As always, to our patrons, thank you for coming with us on this jaunt. We adoration are concerned with you and hearing your feedback!
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1Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management Kelly Kavanagh, Toby Bussa, John Collins, 29 June 2021.
2“Questions to Answer Before Adopting Cloud SIEM Solutions”, Kelly Kavanagh, Gorka Sadowski, Toby Bussa, July 27 2020.