9 September, 2016 | Richard Muniz

Good SIEM Setups Go Bad

SIEM is a system, that collects logs and other security related data for analysis.  In most cases, it installs an agent someplace that gathers security-related events from the various pieces of hardware on a network, be it a laptop, server, firewalls and etc. Then looks at what’s going on and...
16 June, 2016 | Michael Fimin

4 Takeaways from Cyber Innovation Showcase at Infosec16

Infosecurity Europe 2016, Europe’s number one information security event, took place in London, 7–9 June 2016. Cybercrimes, ransomware, and insider threat detection were this year’s hot topics. Netwrix experts ran a few speaking sessions at the Cyber Innovation Showcase segment that...
1 April, 2016 | Danny Murphy

SysAdmin Magazine April: Wrestle Your SIEM Data Like a Pro

SIEM has a reputation as a helpful and must-have solution for improving security for any enterprise. However, Forrester experts say that SIEM has certain limitations that make it inefficient without additional investments in technology and personnel. For the April issue of SysAdmin Magazine,...
28 March, 2016 | Sarah Greesonbach

Plan Effective SIEM First, Compliance Second

Security information and event management (SIEM) is a major priority for large companies. It’s a reporting process that provides a holistic view of the health of an organization’s IT security as well as important details for various kinds of compliance regulations, including GLBA, PCI, FISMA,...
21 March, 2016 | Alex Vovk

How to Overcome SIEM Limitations

SIEM has a reputation as a helpful and must-have solution to improve security for any enterprise. However, Forrester experts say that SIEM has certain limitations, which makes it inefficient without additional investments in technology and personnel. Key SIEM Limitations SIEM has limitation...
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