SIEM vendor offers 12 months of free access to its platform, unlimited data plan
LogRhythm is looking to entice enterprises to migrate from SIEM rival Splunk by offering up to 12 months of free access to LogRhythm’s security platform.
The Lowdown: The company’s limited-time offer – it ends Dec. 31 – comes a couple of weeks after it unveiled an unlimited data plan for its NextGen SIEM (security information and event management) Platform to protect organizations from volatile pricing.
The Details: LogRhythm’s migration plan includes:
>Unlimited data volumes at a set price
>Migrating up to 12 months of an organization’s current Splunk contract and gaining free access to the LogRhythm SIEM platform for up to 12 months
>Tailored migration service that includes experts in both LogRhythm and Splunk platforms
>Access to a library of free security use cases and compliance content
LogRhythm’s True Unlimited Data Plan, introduced in October, allows enterprises to have unlimited data collection and processing throughout the life of the contract with the vendor, regardless of how much the enterprise grows.
Background: LogRhythm’s SIEM platform offers a single architecture that includes the vendor’s XDR Stack – DetectX, AnalytiX, and RespondX – for machine-based analytics, user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), network detection and response (NDR), and security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR).
The Buzz: “Oftentimes, companies are forced to continue a relationship with a vendor until their contract ends or risk incurring financial penalties and the added expenses of a technology transition,” LogRhythm CEO Mark Logan said. “With this pricing offer, companies can immediately utilize the LogRhythm Platform to protect unlimited amounts of data. Customers should not be forced to choose what data to monitor and protect due to vendor licensing constraints. With this offering, we are ensuring that CISOs are empowered to achieve their goals without sacrifice.”