For security leaders, the process of defining an SIEM strategy is never complete. A successful deployment requires careful planning, regular review and a culture of continuous improvement.
IBM QRadar offers all the bells and whistles — and cowbell — security teams need to enhance their SIEM capabilities without paying an arm and a leg.
IBM Security was named a leader in Gartner's 2017 Magic Quadrant for SIEM, an honor that reflects IBM's continued commitment to innovation in the field.
SIEM technology has evolved drastically over the past decade and will continue to mature as the threat landscape shifts and customers' needs change.
When it comes to protecting the railroad industry from cyberthreats, the security immune system approach can reduce incident triage from months to minutes.
SIEM has evolved from its comparatively humble beginnings to integrate user behavior analysis and log management capabilities that are critical to any SOC.
Investigative analysis tools enable SOC teams to proactively hunt for and mitigate cyberthreats instead of meticulously collecting and curating data.
Moving SIEM to the cloud enables QRadar customers to increase time to value, address the IT skills shortage and maintain control of their infrastructures.
Companies looking to improve their ability to protect, control and monitor their technology infrastructures should follow this basic SIEM maturity model.
The key to aligning security with business objectives is to make assets secure by design, which gives analysts sufficient visibility to respond to threats.