SIEM 0310SC Magazine's first eBook of 2010 takes an over-arching view of the SIEM marketplace, a sector that is expected to grow to $1.4 billion in 2013, according to IDC. In fact, SIEM is driving overall growth in the security and vulnerability management technology sector, with a compound annual growth rate for the five-year period ending in 2013 expected to reach 16 percent. This special eBook offers case studies and input from several experts on how enterprises can benefit from an automated process that can not only help with log management, event filtering and correlation from multiple data sources, but assist with complex queries for investigations, forensics and analysis, as well as bring companies into compliance with many regulations and industry best practices. And the benefits for IT administrators can be rewarding.
Infosec teams struggle to detect Linux-based threats such as Vermillion Strike due to an overemphasis on Windows malware, a lack of effective solutions for protecting data centers, and the immaturity of sandboxes.