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Splunk for Security

How leading organizations face advanced threats

Cloud complexity. Remote work. Supply chain attacks. Today's security challenges come in more shapes and sizes than ever before — but these organizations rely on Splunk to secure data and succeed.

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State of Security 2022

Security challenges escalate

of organizations worldwide report an increase in attempted cyberattacks
of respondents report challenges with cybersecurity staffing/skills
of respondents say better data capture/analysis prevents successful ransomware attacks

Splunk's global survey State of Security 2022 details today's pressing security challenges and the capabilities necessary to overcome them.



security threats blocked within six months


hours saved on reporting each month


Knowledge is power

You can’t fight what you can’t see, and a SIEM solution is crucial for detecting threats. Leading organizations have used Splunk as a SIEM tool to gain full visibility into their environments and hunt for threats across data sources.

  • Slack securely transitioned more than 1,600 employees to remote work by using Splunk to adopt a zero trust framework and gain visibility across all of its cloud services.
  • REI used Splunk to secure its applications during a complex cloud migration.
  • Aflac blocked 2 million security threats within six months after adopting Splunk as its SIEM solution — and saved 40 hours on reporting every month.


faster alert processing


The secret to scale

Resolving more incidents in less time is a foundational goal for any security team. Organizations are using Splunk SOAR to automate their SOC to accelerate investigations and outcomes.

  • Domino’s now identifies and mitigates security threats in minutes, not hours.


faster security investigations

Investigation and Forensics

Accelerated investigation

Not all threats are created equal. Splunk’s investigative and forensic capabilities increase alert accuracy and automate workflows, alleviating alert fatigue and speeding up investigations.

  • Check Point conducts security investigations five times faster.
  • Intel’s security teams now respond to their most sophisticated threats within hours or minutes — not weeks.
  • A Fortune 100 banking institution saw 65% fewer alerts and twofold improvement in alert fidelity.


incidents audited daily


increase in productivity

Incident Response

Respond at machine speed

There’s not a minute to lose when security incidents arise. Streamlining investigations and automating workflows through Splunk has helped organizations handle more incidents and increase productivity.

  • Niki Golf managed security incidents 75% faster.
  • McGraw Hill resolved 9,400 security events via automated response within six months of deploying Splunk.
  • Keystart audits more than 2 million incidents daily with Splunk, quadrupling productivity.


endpoints reporting to Splunk


transactions secured weekly

Unified SOC

A single command center

The future of security is here — and it’s a single platform for detecting, investigating and responding to threats. Unifying security operations reduces tool sprawl and lets teams secure diverse systems and processes, all from one place.

  • NewYork-Presbyterian used Splunk to integrate all its data sources and accomplish everything from protecting patient privacy to helping curb opioid abuse.
  • Tesco has a unified SOC that secures 42 million transactions every week.
  • Mars onboarded multiple acquisitions (along with their respective SOCs) and secured all its systems thanks to Splunk.
  • The U.S. Census Bureau proactively identified and resolved incidents on a single pane of glass to administer its first-ever digital census — the most efficient one to date.

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