IT Executive Guide to Security Intelligence - Transitioning from SIEM to Total Security Intelligence
This is in large part because a unified security program, based on automated analysis of unified information from across the IT infrastructure, is costly, complex, difficult to implement and inefficient. As a result, most organizations lack accurate threat detection and informed risk management capabilities.
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- How security intelligence empowers organizations to maintain comprehensive and cost-effective information security;
- How security intelligence enables critical concerns in five key areas: Data Silo Consolidation, Threat Detection, Fraud Discovery, Risk Assessment/Risk Management and Regulatory Compliance.