In 2020, the cyberthreat landscape continues to grow and evolve. Ransomware, viruses, phishing, and denial-of-service attacks are threatening your computer systems and network infrastructure.
These attacks continually keep your IT and security teams always on the defense—leaving them without the time and expertise to proactively detect and respond to advanced threats. These factors place teams in a risky situation. Because when you’re on defense, a single mistake can lead to devastating results.
To ensure data and sensitive information always remain safe, companies need to develop cutting-edge security strategies that use a security information and event management system (SIEM). With near real-time visibility, detailed entity behavior analytics, and compliance audit and reporting, there’s a lot a SIEM can do to boost the cybersecurity posture of an organization.
However, a SIEM isn’t often financially feasible or practical for a number of enterprises. Add in the difficulty of a growing talent gap in cybersecurity along with unpredictable costs, and it can be tough to know what to invest in when it comes to protecting your organization.
With informative stats, recent data, and an in-depth look at SIEM strengths and weaknesses, SIEM: A Comprehensive Guide will help you make an informed choice for your organization’s cybersecurity.
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