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Transitioning from Log Management and SIEM to Security Intelligence
Too often, security teams take a reactive approach to threat management. Unfortunately, a unified security program—based on automated analysis of unified information from across the IT infrastructure—is costly, complex, difficult to implement and inefficient, leaving many organizations without accurate threat detection or informed risk-management capabilities.
This white paper discusses how security intelligence empowers organizations to maintain comprehensive and cost-effective threat prevention and risk aversion. Read on to learn how security intelligence addresses critical concerns in five key areas including:
- Data silo consolidation
- Threat detection
- Fraud discovery
- And more.