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Published: 22 Oct 2012

Thumbs Up I wanted to extend a hearty well done and congratulations to your staff for the awesome work you did on the July/August issue of Information Security magazine (CISO Survival Guide). Each page of the issue had something useful and meaningful to me as a CISO and security professional. Also, I really liked the use of colors and layout--for some reason the yellow really was an appeal to the many pages. Very well done; my compliments. Ernie Hayden, CISO, Manager Enterprise Information Security, Port of Seattle Correlating SIMs and Log Management I read with great interest your recent article ("Providing Clarity," June 2007) that focused on security information management (SIM) tools. The article touched very briefly on "the fine line" between log management tools and SIM. From my experience working with customers, best practices in log management play a key role in successful security and compliance initiatives. Therefore, I would suggest that any organization currently researching SIM tools would benefit from looking into this correlation. SIM and log ... Access >>>

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