Organizations are losing money due to delayed threat detection and response, regulatory fines, and wasted analyst time. This white paper discusses how you can calculate the cost savings from your SIEM implementation, the various capabilities of an effective SIEM solution, and the economic benefits they provide to your organization.
Having threat intelligence capabilities is a necessity in any organization. Threat intelligence is crucial in protecting your organization from malicious attacks. This white paper explains what mature threat intelligence capabilities look like, why SIEM solutions are ideal in setting up a threat intelligence system, and also provides useful enterprise use cases.
Indicators of compromise (IoCs) and indicators of attack (IoAs) help organizations instantly detect an attack, blueprint an attack sequence, identify an attack before damage is caused, and more. This white paper helps security professionals understand the capabilities of these indicators, the differences between them, and the steps to configure a SIEM solution to detect IoCs and IoAs.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) was issued to protect the interests of shareholders as well as the general public. SOX compliance requires major contributions from the finance and IT departments of an enterprise. This paper concentrates on the IT side of achieving and maintaining SOX compliance.