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Exabeam expands international availability of cloud-based SIEM to help organizations modernise security operations

Exabeam has announced the expanded availability of Exabeam SaaS Cloud, a hosted version of the Exabeam Security Management Platform (SMP) to help organizations modernise their security operations.

Exabeam SaaS Cloud will now be available for in-region hosting in 15 additional locations in 13 countries, including Canada and others within Europe, Asia-Pacific and South America. This means its growing global customer base can take advantage of Exabeam SaaS Cloud while meeting compliance and policy requirements for in-region hosting. 

SaaS Cloud helps identify anomalous behaviour in organisations’ cloud applications to stop adversaries in their tracks. As a hosted cloud offering, it provides the full functionality of the SMP, including a data lake, behavioural analytics, case management, security orchestration and incident response automation. This allows organizations to directly ingest data from dozens of popular cloud-based services, enabling faster deployment, while eliminating the challenges of on-premises SIEM installations—including cost and maintenance issues and the need to route cloud data to on-premises data centres / centers. 

In addition to the US, Exabeam SaaS Cloud is now hosted locally in Canada, Europe (Belgium, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom), Asia-Pacific (Australia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Singapore) and South America (Brazil).

www.exabeam.com/product/cloud-siem



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