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DCIG Ranks LogRhythm SIEM No. 1 and “Best-in-Class” in SIEM Appliance Buyer’s Guide

LogRhythm, The Security Intelligence Company, today announced that its All-in-One (XM) 6300 enterprise-class SIEM appliance achieved the Best-in-Class ranking (the highest overall score) in DCIG’s 2014-15 SIEM Appliance Buyer’s Guide. The independent research firm also selected LogRhythm’s All-in-One (XM) 4300 SIEM appliance as its only Recommended product.

According to the guide, the XM 6300 “represents the best of what SIEM appliances currently have to offer.” DCIG President Jerome Wendt and DCIG Author and FRSecure President Evan Francen also note in the guide that “the All-in-One (XM) 6300 stood head and shoulders above the competition in its ability to detect breaches and then respond and recover from them… the LogRhythm All-in-One (XM) 6300 is about as close to a ‘can’t miss’ option as there is in the SIEM appliance market.”

Wendt and Francen also report that the XM 4300, which received the Recommended ranking, is “an excellent fit for most small to mid-sized organizations.” Compared to the XM 6300, the XM 4300 “possesses most of the 6300’s feature functionality and shares the Best-in-Class ranking in the software category.”

DCIG evaluated 29 SIEM appliances from nine companies. LogRhythm’s XM 6300 and XM 4300 ranked No. 1 and No. 2 respectively, outperforming competitive solutions from Hewlett-Packard (ArcSight), IBM (Security QRadar), McAfee and others.

“LogRhythm has been providing industry-leading SIEM appliances for more than ten years, and we’re constantly working to help our customers thrive amidst an increasingly advanced cyber threat landscape,” said Chris Petersen, chief technology officer and co-founder of LogRhythm. “DCIG’s placement of LogRhythm at the lead of the SIEM appliance market is further evidence that our singular focus on delivering best-in-class security intelligence is enabling us to achieve that goal at a pace well ahead of our competitors.”

The XM 6300 and XM 4300 SIEM appliances enable LogRhythm customers to deploy the company’s award-winning Security Intelligence Platform on a single all-in-one appliance form factor. The platform stands apart from first-generation log management and SIEM solutions by fully integrating log management, SIEM, file integrity monitoring, host forensics and network forensics with advanced analytics. It delivers the insight needed to detect, defend against and respond to the most sophisticated cyber threats; efficiently meet compliance requirements; and proactively respond to operational challenges.

The buyer’s guide is available for download at http://goo.gl/1ln7lE. For further information on LogRhythm and its solutions, please visit www.LogRhythm.com.

About LogRhythm

LogRhythm is the largest and fastest growing independent security intelligence company in the world. The company’s patented and award-winning Security Intelligence Platform, unifying SIEM, log management, file integrity monitoring, network forensics and host forensics, empowers organizations around the globe to detect and respond to breaches and the most sophisticated cyber threats of today, faster and with greater accuracy than ever before. LogRhythm also provides unparalleled compliance automation and assurance as well as IT predictive intelligence to Global 2000 organizations, government agencies and mid-sized businesses worldwide.

LogRhythm is positioned as a Leader in the 2013 SIEM Magic Quadrant, as a Global Market Penetration leader in Frost & Sullivan’s SIEM/log management report, and listed as a “Champion” in Info-Tech Research’s 2012 SIEM Landscape Report. LogRhythm also earned a perfect, 5-star rating in the 2014 SC Magazine SIEM Group Test for the sixth consecutive year. Additional awards have included Computing Security’s Bench Tested Solution of the Year, SC Labs’ “Recommended” 5-star designation twice, SC Magazine’s Innovator of the Year Award, Readers Trust Award for “Best SIEM” solution and “BEST BUY” designation for Digital Forensics. LogRhythm is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado with operations in North and South America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. For more information, visit www.logrhythm.com.

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