Essential Buyers Guide to SIEM For Enterprises

SIEMs evolved to be able to detect predefined or learned patterns of log events, network sessions and user activity that could be flagged as policy breaches or signs of attack. This enabled operators to detect and run queries against event data to identify and investigate security incidents and compliance breaches.

SIEM sits at the nexus of endpoint and network information technologies. It informs security teams, and other stakeholders, of relevant security events across databases and business applications as well as inbound and other endpoint activity.

Essential Buyers Guide to SIEM For Enterprises

Security Information and Event Management software (SIEM) grew out of a need to collect and retain log information from systems and security controls. Originally, this was compliance-driven, with many early solutions simply gathering log data to allow security teams and other stakeholders to examine logs for non-complaint or suspicious activity. This remains a requirement for many SIEM buyers.


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