Codenotary has announced that it will be extending its immudb technology to store Security Operations Center (SOC) and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) data with cryptographic verification.
immudb is a decentralized database that uses cryptographic techniques to ensure the integrity and immutability of data. It allows users to store and retrieve data with confidence, knowing that it has not been tampered with. The extension of immudb to SOC and SIEM data will allow organizations to store this critical data in a secure and tamper-proof manner.
Moshe Bar, CEO of Codenotary, the primary contributor to the open source immudb project said, “It’s important to store logs and events data and know that it can be trusted in six months, one year, or even five years from now, which is essential in the event of a security issue discovery and then audit and forensic analysis to go back in time to understand what happened and when.
From our experience, it’s not uncommon to have enterprise SOC platforms tracking 100,000 events per second or more. “
SOC and SIEM data are crucial for organizations to detect and respond to security threats and incidents. These systems generate vast amounts of data that must be collected, analyzed, and stored in a secure manner. By using immudb to store this data, organizations can have confidence that the data has not been altered or manipulated in any way.
The cryptographic verification provided by immudb is an important security feature for SOC and SIEM data. It allows organizations to verify the authenticity of the data and ensure that it has not been tampered with. This is especially important in the case of incident response, where it is crucial to have accurate and reliable data in order to effectively respond to a security threat.
The use of immudb for SOC and SIEM data also has the added benefit of decentralization. Decentralization means that the data is not stored in a single location, but rather is distributed across a network of nodes. This makes it much more difficult for an attacker to compromise the data, as they would have to attack multiple nodes in order to have any chance of success.
Overall, the extension of immudb to SOC and SIEM data is a significant development for organizations looking to secure their critical data. By using immudb, organizations can store their data with confidence, knowing that it is secure and tamper-proof. This is an important step towards improving the security and reliability of SOC and SIEM systems and will help organizations to better protect themselves against cyber threats.