SIEM Blog Articles and Resources
Looking to learn more about managed security monitoring? These resources will help.
SIEM aggregates information from devices and interprets key attributes that are correlated to identify security incidents or issues.
The centralized view of all data makes it easier to identify security threats and track them throughout an environment.
False positives can be a major distraction from threatening incidents. Even though false positives are not an immediate security threat, it is still important to address the issues that cause them.
While the main purpose of a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution is monitoring networks for security incidents, there are other great benefits that can be realized as well.
Follow The Members Group's (TMG) journey through the selection process of hiring a managed SIEM provider.
Deciding between a managed security services provider (MSSP) and on-premise SIEM solution can be daunting, but gaining a basic understanding of the differences will help your organization establish its best approach to security monitoring.
This infographic gives insight into the current security monitoring landscape, and poses a few very important questions that every organization should be prepared to answer.
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