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The term SIEM was first coined by Gartner in 2005. Now modern SIEMs offer new capabilities to provide unparalleled visibility and automation to improve threat detection, enhance analyst productivity, and decrease logging costs. But a SIEM replacement is a big investment in time and resources. Find out how you can perform a SIEM tech refresh with Exabeam’s modular platform.
The team at NTT DATA was aware of the limitations their existing SIEMs that relied on correlation rules for threat detection. Their goal was to get deeper visibility into modern threats that evade rule-based detection and improve its threat detection capabilities.
For cybersecurity teams, getting in front of security threats is a top priority. But with so many potential threats and adversaries, putting in place appropriate threat detection can seem a daunting task. Breaking down threat detection and a response to the most basic elements can bring that clarity.
Modern SIEMs use threat hunting techniques so security analysts can more easily and effectively pinpoint specific threats and expose all related activities that bad actors may be using to attack your infrastructure. Read more about the advantages of TTP-based threat hunting.
UEBA solutions use artificial intelligence and machine learning, advanced analytics, data enrichment, and data science to effectively combat advanced threats. A UEBA solution combines all the data sources for analysis and automatically synthesizes results so analysts get a lower volume but higher fidelity feed instead of drowning in alerts.
The last post of a three-part series on migrating a security information and event management (SIEM) platform focuses on assessing the migration. We outline the steps to show you how to evaluate how well the migration is working according to your strategic plan.
Security information and event management systems are now used by medium-sized and even small organizations. Open Source SIEMs are compelling for new adopters because of their low licensing cost and growing feature set. Which open source SIEMs are out there, and how do they compare to the traditional enterprise offerings?