Reaching The Tipping Point For Intelligent, Informed Security Decisions
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Organizations are widely adopting IT solutions that digitize and connect data. This connectivity has created efficiencies within business operations and a new level of risk to be managed.
The traditional security perimeter of an organization’s campus considered endpoints, such as servers, PCs and laptop computers. With mobile devices, the perimeter extended further. These boundaries have become even less clear with the adoption of cloud services. The deployment of IoT adds thousands to hundreds of thousands of endpoints further complicating the security process.
The large volume of exposed endpoint devices has been met with high levels of enterprise spend to minimize the potential vulnerabilities. Unfortunately, this had the side effect of creating a hyper-focus on containing unauthorized access and data breach incidents in the present.
At the same time, cyber threats are continuing to become more sophisticated. A large volume of security alerts and event notifications within the organization create a need for robust and efficient security-based solutions.
A Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) platform is an enterprise cyber security tool used by businesses. Enterprise organizations with 300 or more endpoints are encouraged to use a SIEM to detect security threats, malware, unusual behavior and suspicious network traffic.
This report highlights the success of centralized security information management and the opportunities for proactive incident detection from automatic control configuration changes.
Readers will gain insight on the growing SIEM use cases including regulatory compliance reporting and data privacy risk management.