Is a SIEM Solution Right for Your Business?

Presented by

Guy Duchatelet, Alert Logic, Tony Bradley, Alert Logic

About this talk

SIEM solutions can be a powerful tool to help improve an organization’s security, effectively detect cyber security threats, and provide valuable insights. However, while SIEM technology is a proven, traditional approach, they are most useful for organizations with a well-staffed security team. So what about small- to mid-sized organizations? Is a SIEM solution right for you? Hear from Alert Logic’s threat experts on why a SIEM alone may not be the best solution for your business. In this webinar, we explore: • The actual costs of integrating SIEM security • Analytics and additional tuning required to get meaningful results from a traditional SIEM • Alternatives to SIEM purpose-built to deliver security results for the SMB space For many organizations, a Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service is a simpler, modern alternative to SIEM, delivered as a service to help organizations save time, money and frustration. Gain accurate, actionable threat insight and remediation advice, aligned with today’s threat environment, delivered predictably as a service.

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