Relying exclusively on a SIEM to identify and manage threats is reckless.
If you believe that deploying a SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) with your perimeter security is an effective defense against the every-growing threats facing your corporate networks, think again. Relying exclusively on a SIEM to identify and manage threats is reckless; its “rear-view mirror” perspective can only inform you of known threats based on insights from perimeter defenses. But without additional context, it’s impossible to identify an actual threat from a false positive.
In this Whitepaper, you'll learn:
- How SIEM works in the real world through case study capabilities, limitations, and implications;
- Why hunting methodologies applied through human analysts gray signals from security technologies require additional context, provided by human analysts to quickly and effectively determine the nature of potential threats;
- Why deploying sensors with added visibility better enables your SOC and amplifies your security defenses.