SIEM features

Must-Have Features of a Modern SIEM

Initially, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions were readily adopted because of their capability to provide actionable insights into the deep corners of an organization’s network. Legacy SIEM systems helped in understanding when and where security incidents are happening in real-time. Soon enough, these SIEM systems faced an avalanche of false positives, and they required a dedicated team to filter out irrelevant alerts.

Following this, we saw the emergence of next-generation SIEM solutions that provide functionalities and features that were not available with legacy or first-generation SIEM solutions. In this article, we demonstrate the features of a modern, next-gen SIEM solution.

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Log Management Best Practices for SIEM

Log Management Best Practices for SIEM

Undoubtedly, log management is the heart of any SIEM solution. The more access to logs your SIEM has the better it will be able to perform. Logs help in identifying who attacked your organization and how these malicious actors penetrate your corporate network. By logging all the vital information related to network devices and other critical systems, you will be able to get a deeper insight into your organization’s cybersecurity posture.

In this article, you will know log management best practices for your Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution. These practices will help you better identify threats and improve the performance of your SIEM.

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