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LogRhythm named Customers’ Choice for fourth year running

24 Aug 2020

LogRhythm has been named as a 2020 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for SIEM for a fourth consecutive year. 

The Customers’ Choice designation is determined based on independently verified feedback and ratings from end-user professionals who have experience purchasing, implementing, or using the solution. The company received over 100 reviews this year.

In a statement, LogRhythm says that its NextGen SIEM Platform strengthens the maturity of an organisation’s security operations, aligning the people, processes, and technology in a single, unified platform for rapid detection, response, and neutralisation of threats. 

The platform provides visibility into activity across an organisation’s IT/OT environment, revealing potential issues before they become significant risks.  

Many customers who reviewed LogRhythm praised the quality of LogRhythm’s technical support and highlighted its SIEM Platform’s ease of deployment and integration.

In addition as of August 12, 2020, the following capabilities earned high marks: real-time monitoring (4.6/5), analytics (4.5/5), and log management and reporting (4.4/5).

“Empowering our customer’s security operations is our top priority, so we’re thrilled to receive the 2020 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for SIEM designation for the fourth year in a row,” said Mark Logan, president and CEO of LogRhythm. “Our customers are tasked with an immense responsibility — keeping their organisations and employees secure — and we’re committed with our customer-for-life mindset to continue innovating our platform to help them reach their security goals.”

LogRhythm recently launched version 7.5 of its SIEM Platform. 

“We are delighted to receive the 2020 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for SIEM designation in 2020,” says LogRhythm Asia Pacific sales vice president Simon Howe.

“In light of the recent OAIC Notifiable Data Breaches Report for the first half of the year which noted a continuing and alarming run rate of breachers, Australian enterprises can rely on LogRhythm to provide security solutions which are robust in performance and functionality. At the same time, we’re able to provide a proactive point of defence which ensures that organisations can prioritise full visibility of their networks. Indeed, implementing a security solution that identifies suspicious activity and provides real-time insights and analytics can help companies stay ahead of today’s nefarious threat actors.”

Peer Insights customer reviews (provided by LogRhythm)

“Absolutely No Regrets – Excellent product and extremely competitive price point. We compared a number of alternative offerings and LogRhythm scored best in every criteria. I really appreciate the fact that it is a SIEM first and foremost, not a log or UEBA tool trying to emulate SIEM functionality. The ability to extend through API and automation is superb!”

– CSO in the Healthcare Industry, APAC

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