Log Management Best Practices for SIEM

10 Best SIEM Use Cases (Part 2)

Use Case 6: SIEM Security with Artificial Intelligence

SIEM security that is equipped with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and user behavior analytics can deal with internal threats. AI capabilities in SIEM help security professionals to automate tasks that are otherwise manual and repetitive. Doing so can also help to swiftly detect threats and suspicious activities in network traffic and event logs.

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November turned bad for Microsoft & Instagram!

Data breach is a major player when it comes to causing financial as well as reputational losses to a business. With the implementation of laws such as GDPR and a plethora of privacy debates going across the globe, unethical data collection or poor coding practices are the new players in the town. In the last two weeks, Microsoft and Instagram have been in the news – one for collecting MS Office user data while other for displaying passwords in the plain text. This post will discuss both these incidents and their significance.

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Why Is Logging Ecosystem So Important?

The logging ecosystem or a logging infrastructure is the set of all components and parts that work together to generate, filter, normalize, and store log messages. The purpose of this logging system is to use logs for solving particular problems. For example, the logs can help to find out the source of the attack. This article defines each component of logging ecosystem and illustrates how they work.

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Tune your SIEM to be GDPR Compliant – 5 Steps to Take

The most hyped law on data protection has finally come into effect on May 25, 2018. Passed by the European Parliament on April 14, 2016, it is already being touted as the most stringent data protection law across the world. Prior to GDPR, Data Protection Directive of 1995 was applicable which now stands repealed. Apart from the businesses incorporated in the European Union, GDPR also applies to businesses incorporate outside the European Union but are dealing with the data of EU residents.

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