Arctic Wolf unveils Log Search for its Managed Detection and Response service

Arctic Wolf Networks (AWN), a leading security operations center (SOC)-as-a-service company, announced Log Search for the Arctic Wolf Managed Detection and Response service, enabling organizations to directly search their log information stored within the Arctic Wolf SOC-as-a-service platform to answer operational and security questions.

Log Search enhances the Arctic Wolf Managed Detection and Response by providing a centralized repository of on-premises and cloud log data to streamline IT operations and accelerate IT projects.

“Customers are embracing SOC-as-a-service offerings for managed threat detection and response, but are also getting visibility into their IT operations,” said Brian NeSmith, CEO and co-founder of Arctic Wolf. “This announcement enhances our current offerings and enables customers to spend less time diagnosing problems and more time accelerating business priorities.”

Log search augments the Arctic Wolf Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service, which enables midmarket organizations to counter cyberthreats.

According to Gartner, “Demand for MDR has been particularly strong in the midmarket. It provides a turnkey service that fills gaps in security expertise and 24/7 operations for incident response and threat containment. Organizations that have not yet invested in, or are underinvested in, detection and response technologies and internal capabilities should consider MDR services.”

Key Features of Log Search for the Arctic Wolf MDR service, which is available immediately, include:

  • Intuitive log search interface – Simple interface enables users to quickly use log search tool.
  • Query examples accelerate answers – Example templates for frequent searches facilitates rapid searching of data to harvest insights from operational log information.
  • Histogram summary shows hotspots – Search results include a histogram summary to understand data hotspots.
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Arctic Wolf unveils Log Search for its Managed Detection and Response service