sponsored by HP Enterprise Security
Posted:  30 Mar 2012
Published:  30 Mar 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English

Why does log analysis matter? Saving log events enables an organization to analyze information in the event of a security breach investigation or to reveal a malicious activity in progress. That’s a great idea, as a majority of security breaches take years to resolve due a lack of digital evidence and an abundance of misleading clues.

That’s where SIEM systems come into play. SIEM systems are built around strong log analysis, correlation and management capabilities that vendors promise will deliver what traditional log management has not been able to: rapid, useful analysis of anomalies or incidents.

This E-Guide highlights the importance of log analysis and security information and event management (SIEM) in improving regulatory compliance management.

Compliance (Systems Operations) | Compliance Audits | Compliance Best Practices | Log Management | Logic Analyzers | Security | Security Audits | Security Best Practices | Security Event Management | Security Management

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