Studies have been cited in attempts to claim that SIEM is dead—the same claims made a few years ago about some other controls, yet these security tools too are alive and well.

Although many organizations are still purchasing SIEM solutions, they tend to be hard to deploy, complex to manage over time, and limited in their ability to detect security events.

The best solution is to combine SIEM information with data derived from other controls in order to add context to the suspicious activity detected, and allow for achieving a more complete state of security.

This presentation examines:

  • True shortcomings of traditional SIEM solutions
  • Why security controls that are utilized in isolation are limited in providing useful indicators of data breaches
  • How an alternative approach to IT security that combines state data from multiple security controls provides more advanced incident detection, adds a layer of risk context, and provides more intelligent security for protecting your data

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