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that Keep Your Data, Systems,
People and Business Safe.

Security Information
and Event Management

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) provides a holistic view of your firm’s security. DigitalEra’s SIEMsystem encompasses industry leading SIEM applications, services, techniques and processes that build intelligence through the aggregation of security event information from all required network, server, application and security related devices.

SIEM Helps You:

  • Maintain a secure and compliant infrastructure
  • Respond to and mitigate any potential security breaches
  • Receive continuous, asset-based security monitoring,reporting and compliance
  • Unify the process of asset discovery, vulnerability detection, event management and configuration auditing

DigitalEra Managed SIEM Features

Monitoring & Tuning

& Tuning

Through our Security Event Monitoring and Tuning service, Security Events are reviewed by DigitalEra’s MSS Team for anomalies or indications of possible intrusions.
Compliance Reporting  Event & Analysis

Compliance Reporting
Event & Analysis

Built-in compliance reports for PCI, SOX, GLBA, HIPAA and other regulatory standards are enhanced by MSS Analysis Tickets reflecting the analysis performed on suspicious events and potential incidents.
Event & Vulnerability  Correlation

Event & Vulnerability

The SIEM managed service can report on both Event to Event and Event to Vulnerability Correlation enhancing the detection and response capabilities of the customer.
Event Management &  Configuration Auditing

Event Management &
Configuration Auditing

With Event Management and Configuration Auditing, custom reports can be built on any criteria to help track configuration changes, user logons, unauthorized access or any other interesting events.

SIEM Platforms

DigitalEra SIEM Services are available for the following platforms:

  • McAfee ESM
  • Splunk Enterprise
  • ArcSight
Is SIEM for You?

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Data Protection

DigitalEra helps you safeguard your important information from corruption, loss and theft through data loss prevention (DLP) strategies, while preventing end users from sending sensitive information outside the corporate network.

Our experts help you create a DLP strategy that includes data lifecycle management (DLM) and information lifecycle management (ILM), a comprehensive strategy for valuing, cataloging and protecting information assets from application and user errors, malware, virus attacks, machine failure or facility outages or disruptions. Our partnerships with Gartner “Magic Quadrant “ leaders in world-class Data Loss Prevention help you prevent data leakage across your network and through the endpoint.

Prevent data
leakage across
your Network and
through the

Data Loss Prevention

Identify Address Risks Immediately
Identify & Address
Risks Immediately

Find and analyze all sensitive information traveling across the network, and easily create rules to prevent future risks.

Take Control of Data
Take Control
of Data

View comprehensive reports that explain who sent the data, where it went, and how it was sent.

Simplify Remediation

Streamline remediation by alerting senders, recipients, content owners, and system administrators with configurable notifications.

Perform Detailed Forensics
Perform Detailed

Get a comprehensive picture of data handling activities performed by systems and users. View the chain of custody for any given piece of data.

Meet Compliance

Get built-in policies to meet regulatory requirements for data loss monitoring for PCI, GLBA, HIPAA, SOX and more.

Don’t Wait for a Data Breach

  • $4 million: Average consolidated cost of a data breach
  • 43%: Amount data loss attributed to Internal employees
  • 55 %: SMB’s who experienced a cyber attack in past
    12 months

Where are Your
Data Loss

Request Complimentary Data Loss Assessment

Advanced Threat
Protection Against
Endpoint Attacks

  • System and memory-based attacks
  • Malicious documents
  • Zero-day malware
  • Privilege escalations
  • Scripts and other unwanted programs
Endpoint Security Management

The Internet of Things (IoT) explosion challenges everything abou endpoint security, beginning with the burgeoning volume and diversity of Internet-active devices. Today’s devices include drones, auto mobiles, medical devices, kitchen appliances, security systems and wearables, and the list and the risks for compromised information and functionality are growing by the minute. Also rapidly increasing: the different types of threats and attacks.

Our team provides a policy-based approach to network security requiring endpoint devices to comply with specific criteria before they are granted access to network resources, and our suite of revolutionary tools for stopping attacks before they can even initiate delivers unprecedented defense.

The Internet of Things is expanding the Endpoint...

  • 77% of Americanshave smartphones

  • 51% have tablet devices

  • 220 million smart appliances will ship in 2020

Pew Research IHS Markit Study 2015

Stop merely detecting attacks. Prevent them BEFORE they ever cause harm.

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DigitalEra’s Powerful Arsenal Against
Endpoint Threats





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Industry Solutions

A single cybersecurity breach can have devastating results, and unfortunately no organization is immune. However, every industry is confronted by unique challenges in protecting their data and people while also meeting specific regulatory compliance mandates. Our experts can help.

DigitalEra eliminates the complexity factor of meeting compliance and analyzing products, and removes the affordability barrier to the best security tools available for your organization’s unique needs to prevent attacks and stay safe.

Critical Security Solutions

  • Risk Assessments
  • Penetration Testing
  • Compliance Policy
  • Data Protection
  • Endpoint Security
  • Information and Event Management
  • Training & Education

Of SMBs polled (which includes many auto dealerships) experienced a security breach in 2015, according to the 2016 IT Security and SMBs Survey by Osterman Research.

The Automotive industry presents a complex set of opportunities for security risks. Automotive manufacturers were the top targeted manufacturing sub-industry in 2015, accounting for almost 30 percent of the total attacks against the manufacturing industry. And as vehicle design continues to leverage IoT features, the risk expands. Cyberthreats follow the industry all the way to the dealership, where retail operations exist and personal financial data can be compromised. As SMBs with smaller budgets and fewer IT resources, auto dealers may not always be equipped with the right tools and policies in place to protect themselves and meet compliance. DigitalEra provides expert assessment, guidance and management of the right tools to help keep you safe and compliant.


Higher education contains inherent risks that pose continuing threats: They often maintain cutting edge research data, a wealth of information about their students and faculty, including social security numbers, payment information, and medical records, and thousands of users who bring their own device. Further complicating matters is the fact that many universities have international connections for serving faculty and students. Add a culture of openness to the high value assets, expansive and porous attack surface and cyberattacks and infections are nearly guaranteed.

DigitalEra helps colleges and universities prevent attacks at all levels and monitor their systems with a variety of world-class tools.

Security Assesments
Education ranks 3rd among the top ten industries suffering the most attacks/ breaches.
Security Assesments
The average number of attacks against financial services institutions is four times higher than that of companies in other industries.

Banks, insurance companies and investment firms are all in the business of managing money, and often contain a treasure trove of personal information on their customers as well. Their potential for high value gain and often global connections make them prime targets for cyber attacks and fraud.

DigitalEra works with banks and other financial institutions to help protect their infrastructure, networks, data and users, while also helping them comply with requirements such as GLBA/FFIEC, DSS, PCI, SOX and the FTC Red Flags Rule.


Cyberattacks on government have reached an all-time high. At the federal level, the GOA reports that federal agencies have specific weaknesses in most of the five major categories of information system controls. State and local government agencies are also at increased risk of hacktivism, insider access to sensitive information, and physical threats requiring disaster recovery and business continuity. While vulnerabilities include the loss of sensitive personal data, such as utility payment information, the risks are also high for terrorism. A terrorist with the skills of a hacker can shut down critical infrastructure, including distribution lines for power, gas, oil, water and other services.

DigitalEra helps keep government agencies protected from attacks while complying with standards set forth by FISMA, PCI and DSS.

Security Assesments
Of exposed identities expose in government breaches are due to negligence. Hackers represent the rest.
Security Assesments
of assets compromised in healthcare data breaches occur through Point of Sale systems.

Healthcare data breaches were the most common type of data security incident reported in the US in 2015. Electronic transfer of patient medical information improves the patient experience but also presents a risk of loss by theft, human error or external threats. Loss of data puts patients at risk for identity theft and privacy loss. As the number (and sophistication) of zero-day attacks increases, healthcare organizations are more vulnerable to ransomware attacks, which can cost organizations millions and put the lives of patients at risk. To protect patients, any organization (and its subcontractors) transmitting health information electronically must comply with HIPAA.

Digital Era is on a mission to help protect healthcare organizations in Florida from these attacks. Our Risk assessments, Penetration Testing and Data Loss Prevention and Security Information and Event Management tools and services are helping healthcare stay safe and meet compliance.


Retailers face a multitude of evolving threats, putting them and their customer’s financial information at risk. POS malware aimed specifically at retailers represents a key threat, and macro infections are on the rise. The double threat of malicious code that steals login credentials and malware that infects networks to watch and record specific transactions is another indication that retailers must be more vigilant in their efforts. Any business that stores, processes or transmits cardholder data is required to be PCI (DSS) compliant.

Digital Era helps busy retailers assess risks and develop and implement the best strategy for security tools, monitoring and maintenance and compliance.

of Consumers notified of a retail security breach experienced subsequent identity theft.