LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Primary Use Case

JimMohr
Principal Security Analyst at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
My primary use case is to alert to any anomalies that may have security relevance as far as some of the industry regulations that apply to our health care, as well as payment card industry. View full review »
Jeremy Alder
Security Lead at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
We utilize the LogRhythm solution to monitor most of our servers and our users to make sure that nothing anomalous is happening. What I really love about the LogRhythm platform is the fact that when something anomalous happens, I can see it almost immediately through the ability to collect a massive amount of logs in a very small footprint as far as hardware goes. We do utilize everything. I think one of the most recent things that I've really enjoyed about LogRhythm is the ability to utilize smart responses published by LogRhythm. For example, one of our use cases is that when we have a termed users group, that when someone is placed in there, we want to monitor to see if their account is ever activated again. So we have a smart response set up that when a termed user is enabled, the smart response immediately activates and says bam, that user is getting disabled again. We don't want anyone to have access to that at all. View full review »
Avraham Sonenthal
Senior Network Engineer at a government with 5,001-10,000 employees
Our primary use case is for general log monitoring. We do not use it as a SIEM. View full review »
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Steve Bonek
Information Security Manager at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The primary use case is tying all of our log sources together between all of our Windows servers, network devices, and we've recently added all of our cloud infrastructure as well. So it's really tying all those together, correlating all those logs and getting us one central pane of glass really as it relates to all of our logging activities. View full review »
James Whistler
Security Administrator at a non-profit with 501-1,000 employees
My primary use case is for log retention. I've been using it for analysis, and to troubleshoot potential issues on my network and infrastructure. To find out what I have in my network that may be causing problems. View full review »
Shreenkhala Bhattarai
Cyber Security Researcher at a computer software company with 11-50 employees
We typically consult with our clients and help them with necessary services. View full review »
Vp9875
Vice President at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
Our primary use case is for looking at daily logs, drawing conclusions, and making relationships and correlations to investigate particular event IDs, investigate particular alarms that we have, and just viewing normal data use. I'm new to the system so I'm still getting used to it. View full review »
Chmini Ellawala
Engineer - Network & Security at Connex Information Technologies
Our primary use case is for financial companies and telcos. View full review »
Jason Gagnon
Senior Cyber Security Engineer at a individual & family service with 10,001+ employees
We use multiple instances as dark sites. We have roughly 350-400 hosts per site consisting of 4K to 5K log sources. View full review »
KatMcMillian
Sr IT Security Engineer at Puget Sound Energy
We use this solution to examine disparate log sources and provide a cohesive method to search for anomalous behavior. View full review »
Learn what your peers think about LogRhythm NextGen SIEM. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: April 2020.
446,626 professionals have used our research since 2012.