Info-Tech Research Group Recognizes Sensage as an Industry “Champion” in 2012 SIEM Vendor Landscape Report for the Second Consecutive Year
Sensage, Inc., the leading provider of advanced Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and founder of Open Security Intelligence, today announced that Info-Tech Research Group named the company a “Champion” in its 2012 SIEM Vendor Landscape report. Out of ten vendors that offer broad capabilities across multiple platforms, Sensage was recognized for its solid technology and reputational presence.
“Internal and external threats don’t care about organizational size. As IT teams are tasked with staying ahead of attacks with limited resources, they simply don’t have the time to search through logs or react to real-time alerts every day,” said Joe Gottlieb, President and CEO of Sensage. “This recognition from the Info-Tech Research Group is a testament to our ability to deliver sophisticated security analytics that make spotting suspicious events easier for organizations with big data issues, regardless of whether they are a small-to medium-sized business, the largest enterprise or government agency. Our solution eliminates the need for separate processes and costs associated with event data warehousing and analysis. As a result, customers spend less time and money on SIEM and more time maintaining efficient, secure operations.”
The Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscape report recognizes outstanding vendors in the technology marketplace. Assessing vendors by the strength of their offering and their strategy for the enterprise, Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscapes pay tribute to the contribution of exceptional vendors in a particular category. Sensage was specifically cited for its ability to provide a SIEM solution and support that are on par with offerings from large vendors. Sensage was also one of only four vendors who deliver advanced reporting and have standardized on the MITRE CEE event taxonomy.
According to the report, “Sensage is a small company that easily handles the ‘big data’ challenges.” In addition, “Sensage remains a leader in the space, expanding its capabilities to handle big data and continuing to offer top-notch support for its users. Sensage boasts a small but impressive (and growing) client list. Users wanting a consistently strong solution from a dedicated vendor should consider Sensage.”
Sensage was also recognized for its ability to manage significant alert volumes through its purpose-built data warehouse with massively parallel processing and a patented query engine. In addition, the company’s Open Security Intelligence initiative sets the company apart from other vendors, offering customers a security analytics repository/community where mature customers can interact with peers to solicit and provide insight and assistance.