Every organization—no matter the size—has data, network, IP, and other information to protect. When implemented well, SIEM (security information and event management) is a great tool that can identify threats, protect your information and keep your business secure.
But there’s a catch: a SIEM requires constant effort to sustain, and must be tweaked and monitored by expert staff. Otherwise, the SIEM will produce a slew of false positives, overwhelm analysts, and miss actual threats, thereby exposing the business.
Download this white paper to discover why SIEM can be a bad choice for mid-market companies, including:
Resources needed to manage a SIEM
The complexity associated with deploying, administering and operating a SIEM
The upfront cost of a SIEM—and hidden costs that appear later
The paper also explores SIEM alternatives, which can provide superior protection with reduced effort and cost
Build or Buy? Security Operations Center Strategies for Midmarket Companies