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Using and maintaining a security information and event management (SIEM) system can be a challenge for InfoSec professionals, but the effort is worthwhile if the system enables faster, better security data analysis and response. This TechGuide examines the policies and enhanced monitoring needed from a SIEM to make smarter decisions and respond faster to incidents. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Rethinking SIEM for accelerated decision making
- Use SIEM technology to identify unauthorized access attempts
- SIEM best practices for advanced attack detection
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