About this webinar:
Most cyber security teams are overworked – stretched by multiple daily security alerts that need to be manually investigated across numerous disparate logs, from a range of tools. With average remediation times taking hours, or even days, time-poor personnel have little chance to innovate or take more proactive approaches to threat-hunting. These challenges will only increase as security incidents become more frequent and sophisticated.
As new security risks arise, organisations adopt yet more point solutions to counter the threat as part of a growing patchwork of tools. This may improve their defensive capabilities but only compounds their resourcing, and investigation and remediation challenges. The increasing security stack means yet more reports to trawl through and a greater chance of false positives.
It’s not surprising that greater cyber security consolidation and integration is a priority for many. The initial promise of the security information and event management (SIEM) platform lies in bringing together information from your ever-growing security technology stack. A single pane of glass with everything you need at hand. However, more advanced solutions can also prioritise risks, triage alerts, and provide behavioural analysis.
This webinar draws on bespoke Computing research to uncover cyber security decision-maker plans and opinions around the use of SIEM. We reveal the extent to which organisations are under strain from cyber security threats and the related challenges they are facing, the capacity of SIEM solutions to alleviate these, and share real world data to highlight the extent to which SIEM’s promise is born out in reality.