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Too Many Alerts!: Addressing the Challenges of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
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Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) – an organized approach to addressing security alerts generated by information security systems and technology – is absolutely critical for businesses of any size; without it, serious threats are likely to go unaddressed, and the organization is likely to suffer serious consequences. It may suffer a data breach, violate compliance rules, suffer financial damage, lose customers, and/or incur serious reputational harm. But, with security monitoring technologies raising so many alarms – many systems may, in fact, detect attempted attacks every second of every day – how does an organization know where to focus its attention? With limited security personnel available, how does a business’s security team know which alerts are important to have humans address and which can safely be ignored?

In this webinar, cybersecurity expert, Joseph Steinberg, will discuss SIEM, its role within compliance, as well as the challenges of managing large numbers of alerts. The talk will also include a discussion of technology that can help analyze and report on the alerts – simplifying the process of identifying what needs to be addressed when.

This webinar is ideal for people responsible for information-security – whether working in the information security department of a large businesses or government agency, or responsible for managing a smaller businesses’ security infrastructure.


01 PM EDT, May 18th

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