Security Beyond the SIEM

March 19, 2015
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools are widely used in enterprise security organizations as a means to comply with industry regulations for data correlation. These tools are instrumental in aggregating alerts from multiple security devices and giving security operations teams easy access to all the threats targeting the organization. Or do they? With so many alerts, security teams are overwhelmed researching all the possible threats to the business that critical attacks are being missed. Limited context into each alert makes it even more challenging and time consuming to thoroughly research attack events, giving attackers weeks or even months to exploit their targets and steal data. In this presentation, you'll learn more about the challenges of relying on SIEM for attack detection and investigation, as well as how to improve your organization's security beyond the SIEM. For access to an on-demand replay of the webinar where these slides were presented, please visit: http://bit.ly/1FKLbqj
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