Protecting mission-critical systems against cyber attacks has become a national priority for government, critical infrastructure and military sites, and a business priority for corporations. In fact, much of the information that IT departments need to defend already exists in their log files, but compiling, analyzing and determining what is an attack and what is normal business activity can be a daunting task. Security information and event management (SIEM) software can provide actionable intelligence and assist in determining what constitutes an anomaly. But, with a reputation for complexity and high cost, can the technology gain wider acceptance? This newest ebook from SC Magazine questions a number of experts to filter out the hyperbole to get a clear picture of the SIEM landscape.
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