Security information and event management technology has traveled a long and winding road, but today enterprise SIEM technology is as functional, manageable and affordable as it's ever been. Yet many enterprises haven't implemented a modern SIEM product, and others that have aren't taking full advantage of the advanced capabilities of contemporary products. In this Essential Guide, learn to develop or refresh your enterprise SIEM strategy to set the stage for SIEM success today and tomorrow according to how you best define SIEM for your business.
Demystifying SIEM: Making the business case
Define SIEM products and capabilities that will enhance your enterprise, then make the business case to invest in SIEM
After a rocky start with early SIEM technologies, current offerings are easier to use and provide more reliable automated responses. Continue Reading
Today's security information management systems (SIM) are excellent forensics tools, but they haven't yet achieved status as effective real-time security tools. Continue Reading
Use these five simple tips from expert Diana Kelley to improve your enterprise's threat and vulnerability management program. Continue Reading
SIEM operational best practices
Explore SIEM's role in rapid attack detection. Learn how to succeed with SIEM intrusion monitoring.
Reliable anomaly detection using a SIEM hinges on collecting a wide range of security events. Andrew Hutchison covers SIEM integration best practices. Continue Reading
Learn some of the options enterprises must consider regarding SIM architecture and virtual data center security. Continue Reading
Is it enough just to monitor log data, or does that data need to be fed into a SIM/SEM/SIEM product in order to ease the data analysis process? Network security expert Mike Chapple weighs in. Continue Reading
The prospect of a SIEM system crash should scare any enterprise. Guard against a compromised SIEM system to protect the security nerve center. Continue Reading
SIEM 2.0: Emerging security data strategies
Prepare for what's next for SIEM and related technologies; assess the growing importance of big data for security analysis.
Advanced features reduce the threat of wire fraud. New rule sets can be shared among banks and credit unions. Continue Reading
Outdated SIEM systems are difficult to deploy and costly to maintain, according to one expert. Today, CISOs are considering highly integrated, lightweight systems with more automation. Continue Reading
CISOs at RSA Conference 2013 say identifying attack campaigns means taking security big data to the next level. The hard part? Finding data analysts. Continue Reading
New techniques are emerging to help organizations analyze security data and improve security defenses. Continue Reading