My freshly updated “Evaluation Criteria for Security Information and Event Management” (2015 edition) is up on the Gartner site. Admittedly, it is a relatively minor update, but I have expanded sections related to workflow, incident management, threat intelligence, analytics (of course!) and tightened a bunch of various loose ends. As a reminder, the document lists Required, Preferred and Optional requirements for a SIEM tool.
A few fun quotes are below – but really, this document is meant to be used (Excel tool is shipped with it), not perused:
- “Customers must evaluate SIEM on functionality, implementation effort, maintenance effort, ease of operation, scalability up to a desired level, cost and the enterprise maturity of the solution — and must also take into account their monitoring goals and security operations process maturity. ”
- “There is clear segmentation between vendors that commonly appear on enterprise SIEM shortlists (and thus capture the majority of enterprise deployments) and all others (that might also have a few enterprise customers).”
- “SIEM and threat intelligence feeds are a marriage made in heaven. Indeed, all SIEM users should send tactical threat intelligence feeds into their SIEM tools. ”
Other posts announcing research publication:
- My “How to Monitor the Security of Public Cloud Resources” Publishes
- My “Demystifying Security Analytics: Sources, Methods and Use Cases” Paper Publishes
- My “How to Work With an MSSP to Improve Security” Paper Publishes
- Our “Selecting Security Monitoring Approaches by Using the Attack Chain Model” Publishes
- All My Research Published in 2014
- All My Research Published in 2013
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