CyberPulse is Citynet’s SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) security solution that collects, aggregates, and analyzes security logs and events across an organization’s IT infrastructure. This data can be used to identify potential security threats, investigate security incidents, and comply with security regulations.
The ERIN process is a five-step process that CyberPulse uses to collect, analyze, and report on security data. The steps are:
The first step is to collect security events from across the organization’s IT infrastructure. This data can come from a variety of sources, including firewalls, intrusion detection systems, web servers, and applications.
Once the data is collected, it is analyzed using a set of rules. These rules are designed to identify potential security threats. The rules can be based on a variety of factors, such as the source of the event, the type of event, and the content of the event.
When a rule fires, it creates an incident. Incidents are rated based on their severity. High-severity incidents are those that pose a significant threat to the organization. Low-severity incidents are those that pose a lesser threat.
CyberPulse will notify the appropriate personnel when an incident occurs. This notification will include information about the incident, such as the type of incident, the source of the incident, and the severity of the incident.
CyberPulse can also generate reports on security data. These reports can be used to track security trends, identify security risks, and comply with security regulations.
The ERIN process is a powerful tool that can help organizations to improve their security posture. By collecting, analyzing, and reporting on security data, CyberPulse helps organizations identify and respond to security threats more quickly and effectively than ever before.
CyberPulse offers these additional benefits:
- Helps comply with security regulations.
- Helps to reduce the risk of data breaches.
- Helps organizations to improve their overall security posture.