Arctic Wolf Concierge SIEM™

Get actionable security intelligence from Concierge Security Engineers without the complexity and cost of managing a traditional Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution.

Arctic Wolf provides a managed SIEM service. We collect your security event information and the context around it. Our security engineers analyze mountains of data to reduce false positives. The end result is actionable security intelligence working as an extension of your IT security team. See our Value Proposition.

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Malware false alarms costing companies millions of dollars every year

Malware false alarms costing companies millions of dollars every year

Jan 19 2015

By now, every company knows that malware costs businesses millions of dollars every year. But most probably weren't aware that it's not just the malware that infects a network that…

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U.S. Central Command social media accounts hacked

U.S. Central Command social media accounts hacked

Jan 14 2015

The new year has yet to be kind to cybersecurity, and the U.S. government appears to be the latest victim. Earlier this week, multiple social media accounts belonging to U.S.…

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'BlackHat' movie highlights real life cyberthreats

‘Blackhat’ movie highlights real life cyberthreats

Jan 13 2015

After the devastating cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, everyone in Hollywood has hacking on the brain. Perhaps no more so than the cast of the new cyber drama "Blackhat". In…

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New study finds CIOs increasing security spending in 2015

New study finds CIOs increasing security spending in 2015

Jan 7 2015

The end of 2014 brought along with it some serious cyberattacks, including the November breach of Sony Pictures Entertainment that some experts are calling the worst hack in the history…

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Chick-fil-A announces possible POS breach

Chick-fil-A announces possible POS breach

Jan 5 2015

Another year, another data breach. Last weekend Chick-fil-A became one of the first major companies to experience a security intrusion in 2015, announcing that it had received several reports of…

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