Migration to Microsoft Sentinel made easy - Microsoft Tech Community
As the digital estate grows, security analysts need visibility across all users, devices, applications, and infrastructure, both on-premises and in multiple clouds to protect their organization and automatically respond to threats. Security Operations Center (SOC) personnel are often overwhelmed with legacy Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions that cannot scale with growing data, false security alerts and incidents, and struggle with manual management of multiple SIEM and security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) solutions. This is labor, time and cost intensive resulting in many critical alerts being uninvestigated and ignored while creating blind spots and leaving the organization vulnerable to cyberattacks.
What organizations need is a modern, cloud-native SIEM that addresses these challenges by automatically collecting data and at scale, detects unknown threats, investigates threats with artificial intelligence (AI), and responds to incidents rapidly with built-in automation and remediation. To help security analysts focus on identifying and triaging critical threats, Microsoft has published a new guide – Plan your Migration to Microsoft Sentinel to overcome these challenges and help customers in their migration journey to Microsoft Sentinel.
This new guide focuses on the following areas:
- Planning your migration
- Migrating detection rules
- Migrating SOAR
- Migrating historical data
- Converting dashboards to workbooks
- Upgrading SOC processes
The guide provides information, processes, and navigation tips to migrate from three major third-party SIEMs (ArcSight, Splunk and QRadar) to Microsoft Sentinel.