Safety management systems
Security surveillance is an essential tool for managing cyber threats. The main task is "visibility" of security events, making it possible to prevent cyber incidents. Cybersecurity incidents cannot be detected, let alone prevented, without deploying sophisticated tools, correct process settings, accountability settings, and escalation.
Quality surveillance needs to gather, store, and analyze the collected data. Some audit records may be required to be archived under the record-keeping policy or, due to the requirements for gathering and preserving evidence, under applicable legislation for a possible forensic analysis at a later date.
Log Management can not prevent cybernetic threats. However, it is an essential tool for retrospective forensic investigations. SIEM provides complex monitoring of system changes and user activities and can detect threats and unauthorized intrusion.
Unified Security Manager (USM) works like SIEM that uses advanced detection mechanisms that work with information from other security areas.