Struggling with blind spots? Inundated with false negative alarms? You're not alone. When security information and event management (SIEM) systems debuted more than 10 years ago, they served a key purpose: coordinating the myriad alerts generated by intrusion prevention and detection tools. But many SIEMs failed to deliver upon their promise of protecting organizations. Threats successfully evaded the preventive technologies and generated more false negative alarms than teams could handle.
To address these challenges, SIEM evolved. Next-generation SIEMs deliver more than just security event management and alarming, they provide security teams with actionable insights with advanced analytics, data forensics, and incident response and automation capabilities. But how do you know which next-generation SIEM is the best fit for your organization's needs? '
In this webcast, you will learn:
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