Integrating SIEM and Incident Response Security School

Integrating SIEM and Incident Response Security School


A lot of companies have a SIEM in place—they’ve spent many years and many thousands of dollars developing them, often to find that they fall short in supporting the detection of and response to advanced attacks. To that end, enterprises must deal with integrating new technology into the existing system. This Security classroom looks at how to enhance and extend SIEM technology to effectively support incident response, including: how to assess the variety of vendor products; what noncommercial sources to consider; what costs are involved, and how much heavy lifting is required. Learn what you have to do to go from threat intelligence to actionable intelligence.


Mike Rothman President, Securosis

Mike Rothman is president of Securosis, an independent information security research and consulting firm. Having spent over 15 years as an end-user advocate for global enterprises and mid-sized businesses, Rothman's role is to educate and stimulate thought-provoking discussion on how information security contributes to core business imperatives. 

14 May 2014
14 May 2014
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