On one side of the handshake: empow’s unprecedented rules-free SIEM that makes correlation obsolete. On the other side: Elastic’s unparalleld database and search capabilities. When we shake hands, you get a grip. Finally, the ability to detect and respond that’s as rapid as new threats themselves.
Security Analysts love our dashboard!
Instead of working through a mountain of logs from the bottom up, now you can immediately focus on what matters most
By drilling down into each suspicious entity and reviewing the summary information on that entity, we understand the risk to the organization.
After viewing the exact cause and effect sequence that led to that high score, the analyst can now act on it.
empow delivers an intelligent, patented AI and Natural Language Processing (NLP) solution to reduce the noise of false positives, and let your team focus on a prioritized list of attacks that really matter. And you can accomplish this without the need to manually update or write static correlation rules.
The strategic OEM partnership between empow and Elastic gives you empow’s i-SIEM AND Elastic’s leading data search engine in ONE package, with a single point of contact and support.
empow’s platform comes with out-of-the-box integration with Elastic’s core components: Elasticsearch Kibana, Beats and Logstash (also known as the ELK Stack).
Traditional SIEMs are notorious money pits. But by integrating with open-source based Elastic stack and automating the entire attack detection and response process, empow’s intent-based SIEM radically reduce your costs, and actually deliver a positive return on investment. See for yourself.
“Are you frustrated with the 10+ years so-called “innovation” within the SIEM technology stack? Are you demanding PREVENTIVE controls and automated mitigation for 80%+ of known risks with a platform that is flexible enough to fit your unique tech environment? … Me too…. My recommendation? Call Avi and the team at empow.” p.s. Over the course of my 23 years in cyber security I have recommended very, very few products, but trust me, you will be impressed with this team.”
“As a university, we need to share things, to be open, but still protect our users privacy – this makes us a big juicy target for cyber attackers. empow’s Security Platform allowed us to optimize our security coverage, while ensuring privacy and extending visibility of what is happening in our network.”
“By finally providing a SIEM solution that really delivers, empow helped us to use our arsenal of security products effectively, while dramatically cutting noise and alerts that require attention from our security team.
empow’s Security Platform was able to significantly increase our security coverage and visibility, while maintaining privacy, and improving ROI.
No other solution on the market today can deliver like empow.”
Think your VPN is keeping your organization safe while everyone is working from home? Think again. empow’s product manager Sivan Omer explains the vulnerabilities in VPNs and what can be done about it.
Noisy IDS tools flood organizations with false positives. In this webinar, Field CTO Antony Farrow explains why and what we can do to bring IDSs under control and get the most out of them.
Focusing on entities rather than events is a much more effective approach to SIEM. The new version release of i-SIEM includes a number of new entities-focused features – read about them in our blog.
Where is SIEM going? How far has it come and where is the industry going? Check out the insights in Ben Canner’s interview with Avi Chesla in Solutions Review.
Tracking “entities” – potential attack victims – rather than “events” can significantly improve our ability to track, triage and mitigate attacks. See how in this recorded webinar with Dr. Haim Zlatokrilov.
Security teams at large, distributed organizations face unique challenges, with analysts often working in the dark, lacking essential information about the organization. Automation technology can help.
As we are learning from Coronavirus, focusing on the entity can be a lifesaver. This approach is also effective in cybersecurity. VP Products Dr. Haim Zlatokrilove explains how.
To keep users and networks healthy and secure, security teams need to mimic countries that have taken on COVID-19 with a rapid, disciplined approach.
Coronovirus or no Coronovirus, hackers are still hacking (even more than before). Implementing an effective SIEM during this crazy time doesn’t have to be expensive and slow. What 5 technologies should you look for in a SIEM today.
COVID-19 is creating a new reality for organizations. With employees working from home, the nature of vulnerabilities is changing, and hackers are taking advantage. How can we protect organizations from attack, in this recorded webinar.
The new buzzword in cybersecurity is “Machine Learning Log Analysis.” What value can it bring to the security preparedness of your network? Check out Avi Chesla’s article in SC Magazine.
empow’s R&D team is today 60% women. How did we do it and what does it mean for the company culture?The women of empow share their stories and insights in our blog post in honor of International Women’s Day.
Avi Chesla’s main takeaways from Gartner’s just published SIEM Magic Quadrant Report. Lesson #1: “Users should balance advanced SIEM capabilities with the resources needed to run and tune the solution.”
Happy to announce that empow has won the Cutting Edge Security Information Event Management (SIEM) award at the 8th Annual InfoSec Awards at #RSAC 2020.
The threat of Iranian cyberwarfare is very real. What can we do to be better prepared, and what is the role of MITRE ATT&CK™ in this battle.
Anomaly Detection is a big buzzword in cyber security. But is it always helpful?
Find out everything you need to know about anomaly detection.
Avi Chesla’s article on the frustrating daily grind of security analysts, who are overwhelmed by mountains of logs. AI can help.
Recorded SANS webinar: How Natural Language Processing Can Transform Your Cyber Security Experience with SANS, empow and Donnelley Financial Solutions.
View this webinar to learn techniques for attack hunting by actor/performer sequences, using open-source tools, with Michail Bletsas of MIT Media Lab and Idan Bellayev of empow.
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