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Making SIEM work: Processes and policies to enable success


Is security information and event management (SIEM) a process or a technology? It's both, though most people only focus on SIEM as a technology. In reality, the process of SIEM must happen first, before SIEM – the technology – can succeed. In this engaging video presentation, Nemertes Research Senior Vice President and Founding Partner Andreas Antonopoulos will provide a tactical walkthrough of the SIEM enablement process and answer key questions on how to successfully put SIEM into action.

Sensage solves the world's most advanced use cases in Security Information and Event Management, enabling the largest, most proactive enterprises and government agencies to collect, store, correlate and analyze their structured and unstructured data to:

  • Isolate and remediate gaps in security management controls
  • Defend against cyber-attacks and Advanced Persistent Threats
  • Increase confidence in policy-setting and auditing
  • Accelerate answers during deep forensic, historical investigations


Andreas M. Antonopoulos Senior Vice President and Founding Partner with Nemertes Research

Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a Senior Vice President and Founding Partner with Nemertes Research, where he develops and manages research projects, conducts strategic seminars and advises key clients. Andreas is a computer scientist, a master of data communications and distributed systems, a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a self-professed geek, with an engineering, programming and consulting background.

For the past 16 years, Andreas has advised a range of global industries on emerging technologies and trends, and developed business strategies for the efficient and effective use of technology. An early pioneer who saw the potential of the Internet in 1988, Andreas helped many businesses harness new processes to take advantage of the rapid developments in telecommunications.

Hexis Cyber Solutions Inc
16 Jan 2012

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