SIEM stands for Security Information and Event Management and these solutions have been around since 2000. They were developed with the goal of helping organizations in the early detection of targeted attacks and data breaches. But SIEMs have struggled to keep pace with the security needs of modern enterprises, especially as the volume, variety and velocity of data has grown. As well, SIEMs have struggled to keep pace with the sophistication of modern day threats. Malware 15 years ago was static and predictable. But today’s threats are stealthy, and polymorphic. “Often times when presenting at conferences, people will ask “Is SIEM Dead”? Such a great question! Has the technology reached its end of life? Has SIEM really crashed and burned? I think the answer to that question is NO. SIEM is not dead, it has just evolved. Please read the attached white paper from Sumo Logic to learn how the SIEM market has evolved from threat management to security analytics.
451 analyst firm analyzes the security industry is retooling with analytics to proactively find threats inside the infrastructure, reduce the downtime between compromise and detection, and help security operations respond to alerts. Machine learning analytics embracing IT, network and security data sources is driving new approaches to security operations. A prime example is the powerful acceptance of SIEM in cloud [...]
Cloud computing is quickly becoming the standard for modern applications and enterprises. Organizations that weren’t fortunate to be born cloud-native are playing catch-up by migrating their on-premise servers into the cloud. However, many companies were born before cloud computing became the norm and they're quickly playing catch up by migrating their servers onto the cloud. Whichever strategy they decide to go [...]