Entries Tagged as 'siem'
by Ramon Krikken | May 22, 2012 | Comments Off
This is a sister post to Anton Chuvakin’s “Our SIEM Futures Paper Publishes!” from yesterday. We collaborated on a “Security Information and Event Management Futures” note [subscription required], in which we discuss how we believe the technology will evolve in response to current and expected trends. Although Anton is now the primary GTP analyst to [...]
Category: Security Tags: big data analytics, data analytics, event management, log management, security analytics, security information and event management, siem
by Ramon Krikken | May 3, 2012 | 1 Comment
We’re always trying to get closer to developing more useful security metrics, and examining analogies provides a way to relate these measurements and metrics to things we already know (and that we perceive as being done and measured well). I like good analogies, but I don’t want to be limited by not-so-good ones. “Flying an [...]
Category: Security Tags: airlines, airplanes, analogies, attacks, av, business process, hackers, ids, risk, security metrics, siem