Everything you love about the free and open Elastic Stack — geared toward security information and event management (SIEM). Leverage the speed, scale, and relevance of Elastic SIEM to drive your security operations and threat hunting.
In 7.6 you can automate detection with MITRE-aligned rules, analyze cloud and application data, and accelerate response with efficient workflows.
Return results from ad hoc queries in seconds with the speed of Elasticsearch’s schema-on-write architecture. Visualize and interact with your data on custom dashboards. Drill into events of interest and pursue breadcrumbs by pivoting through underlying data.
Gathering your data is one thing. The ability to uniformly examine it is another. With the Elastic Common Schema (ECS), you can centrally analyze information like logs, flows, and contextual data from across your environment — no matter how disparate your data sources.
The Elastic SIEM app is an interactive workspace for security teams to triage events and perform initial investigations. Monitor for threats, gather evidence on a timeline, pin and annotate relevant events, and forward potential incidents to ticketing and SOAR platforms.
Continuously guard your environment with correlation rules that detect tools, tactics, and procedures indicative of potential threats. Cut to what matters with preconfigured risk and severity scores. Content is aligned with the MITRE ATT&CK knowledge base and ready for immediate implementation.
SIEM + ENDPOINT
If you're looking to ship data from endpoints to Elastic SIEM, why not also protect them? We've made it easy to do just that with Elastic Endpoint Security, an autonomous agent that both prevents attacks and forwards events and alerts for centralized analysis. Join the Early Access Program.
- Audit events
- Auth logs
- DNS traffic
Auditbeat created an index pattern in Kibana with defined ECS fields, searches, visualizations, and dashboards. In a matter of minutes you can start viewing the latest system audit information in the SIEM app.
Auditbeat module assumes default operating system configuration. See the documentation for more details.