Badges

85 Points
Real User
2 Years
Top 20

User Activity

Over 1 year ago
You are right! SIEMs do take some time to implement, especially if you have a lot of sources to monitor and integrate to the SIEM. Give the SIEM a few weeks to set a baseline and clean out false-positive events. Before purchasing a SIEM you have to consider how it should…
Over 1 year ago
The answer is: all of the above. From a technical point, if you have a lot of sources that generate security alerts/events, you will need a SIEM to help you manage these alerts (collect, analyze, correlate, etc) and determine how you can respond to them appropriately.…
Over 1 year ago
To be honest, SIEMs are difficult to evaluate and it will eat up a lot of time and resources during the trial period. There are also different types of offerings that you can consider like cloud-based or appliance-based SIEMs, which may be a good way to filter the SIEM…

Reviews

Articles

Questions

Over 1 year ago
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
Over 1 year ago
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
Over 1 year ago
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)