Securonix, Inc., a Leader in the 2022 Magic Quadrant in SIEM, today announced that Gartner has recognized the company among the three highest scoring vendors in all three Use Cases in the 2022 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM).
The report included 16 vendors and evaluated each across three Critical Capabilities use cases:
- Out-of-the-Box SIEM – “This Use Case supports less-mature SIEM buyers and users that are focused on content built into the platform.”
- Customizable SIEM – “This Use Case focuses on mature SIEM buyers with a dynamic set of threat detection, data manipulation and reporting requirement and a more-complex IT architecture.”
- Threat Detection, Investigation and Response – “This Use Case is applicable to mature security organizations that want to support the functions of a modern SOC.”
Securonix is among the three highest scoring vendors in all three Use Cases: Out-of-the-Box SIEM (3.92/5); Customizable SIEM (3.98/5); and Threat Detection, Investigation and Response (3.96/5).
According to Gartner, “Security operations teams require a platform to detect, investigate and respond to threats consistently, carry out threat-hunting processes, automate enrichment activity and remotely activate mitigation steps.” The modern SIEM has been evolving to incorporate many additional capabilities, including security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR); user entity and behavior analytics (UEBA); threat intelligence platforms (TIPs); and case management.
“We believe being among the three highest scoring vendors across all three customer Use Cases in the 2022 Gartner Critical Capabilities for SIEM report is a reflection of our commitment to deliver a security operations platform that provides value to a diverse and highly complex corporate landscape,” said Nitin Agale, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer, Securonix. “With our rich feature set, including the recently added SOAR and Autonomous Threat Sweeper capabilities, combined with our continued product innovation, such as our Snowflake integration, we have been able to protect our customers, regardless of size or maturity, from emerging and existing threats.”
The Critical Capabilities for Security Information and Event Management is part of the analysis conducted for the 2022 Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management and uses the same data collected during that research period. Securonix was also named a Leader by Gartner for the fourth consecutive time in the 2022 Magic Quadrant™ for Security Information and Event Management.
The Securonix Next-Gen SIEM platform delivers advanced threat detection and response while providing ease of use and quick time to value. It seamlessly ingests real-time and historical data from any source, combining security data lake (SDL), user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), threat intelligence (TI), and security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) into a SaaS-based, end-to-end security operations platform.
“Threats to corporate networks and cloud-based environments continue to evolve and expand,” Agale continued. “Our flexible hybrid deployment models and increased integration enable companies to select the services they need to maximize their threat detection and response capabilities. We think our continued position in the Gartner SIEM Magic Quadrant and Critical Capabilities report for SIEM demonstrates how we continually have evolved to protect our expanding customer base.”
Critical Capabilities for Security Information and Event Management, by Mitchell Schneider, Andrew Davies, Pete Shoard, published 22 November 2022.
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