With the growth of the number of cyberattacks, having a Security Information Event Management (SIEM) Technology in place can aggregate and correlate data from security feeds. These include: network discovery and vulnerability assessment systems, risk and compliance systems, log management systems, penetration testing tools, firewalls, IPS, threat intelligence feeds, host antivirus systems, web security appliances, and email security appliances. SIEM can be a "single pane of glass" for the security analysts to monitor the enterprise.
SIEM Technology also allows companies to be able to correlate data from various sources to surface patterns that could represent malicious or suspicious activity. This way, they can prevent, block, or contain all nefarious networks activity and attacks.