LogRhythm has announced its Remote Workforce Visibility offer to help organisations achieve a broad view of and insight into their remote environments amid COVID-19. By introducing a month-to-month subscription program, LogRhythm provides a flexible option for CISOs and security teams to trial LogRhythm Cloud with minimal investment — allowing them to address the challenges created by the sudden shift to a remote workforce and the corresponding spike in cloud data. Both new and existing LogRhythm customers can take advantage of the promotion.
In support of remote workforce monitoring use cases, LogRhythm’s promotion includes out-of-the-box content and analytics designed to help security teams view all endpoint, infrastructure and collaboration technologies that are critical in remote workforce monitoring. The offer will also support security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) capabilities to provide increased efficiency across remote teams and higher-quality incident response. Analysts can quickly and easily install LogRhythm Cloud, without the need for a lengthy purchase order buying process. The promotion will help SOCs quickly and effectively restore full visibility and continued monitoring of new and increased cloud data sources — often stemming from the uptick in use of various online applications such as Zoom, Slack, Teams and WebEx.
“Even if organisations previously had full visibility into their environments, that’s very likely no longer the case,” said James Carder, CSO and VP of LogRhythm Labs. “Many companies have brought on new tools and made various security concessions to accommodate their workforce over the past few months, and cyberattackers have a complete understanding of what these tools are and where the vulnerabilities lie. Security teams need to be able to restore this visibility as quickly as possible to ensure their employees and systems aren’t exploited — especially since citing COVID-19 challenges won’t allow them to avoid accountability if they do get breached. We want to help teams get ahead of this situation and ensure they have the resources they need to be confident in their security abilities.”
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