SIEM Is Dead: Cost and Complexity Killed It

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Security information and event management, more commonly known as SIEM, has traditionally provided network administrators with the security logs that are necessary for detecting and responding to cyberthreats in real time.

Over the years, however, businesses have seen exponential increases in the volume of log data, resulting in considerably more “noise.” Security engineers in charge of managing a SIEM have to respond to hundreds, if not thousands, of security events and alerts on a daily basis.

This White Paper Lends Insight into:

  • The two key issues dealing with the economics of threat detection and response
  • The key  functions  a cybersecurity expert must execute when managing a SIEM
  • The cost of in-house SIEM deployment and management
  • The rise of the SOC-as-a-service model

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