The Top Three Issues Robbing You Of SIEM ROI

Upon inception, the function of the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) was to aggregate log data collected from a variety of sources across an organization. With the data centralized, the next generation of the SIEM leveraged detection logic, or rules, to generate alerts under given conditions. A single console both aggregating information from disparate systems and alerting on specified activity, the SIEM naturally became the foundation of most security architectures and the primary platform used by Security Operations Centers (SOCs) to detect and triage potentially malicious activity.

While this works in theory, the attempt to detect advancing attacker techniques, and the increasing amount of data necessary to do so, has rendered most SIEMs a noisy compliance checkbox …. continue reading on Forbes.


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