To make it easy for the readers to find my research, here is the list of everything I published in 2017 [most co-authored with Augusto Barros]. Gartner GTP access is required for all of the papers; the list includes updates to existing papers, such as those on vulnerability management, security analytics and SIEM. As a reminder, GTP papers cannot be reprinted by the vendors.
- “Selecting and Deploying SaaS SIEM for Security Monitoring” (blog)
- “Evaluation Criteria for Security Information and Event Management” (blog)
- “SIEM Technology Assessment” (blog)
- “A Comparison of UEBA Technologies and Solutions” (blog)
- “Demystifying Security Analytics: Sources, Methods and Use Cases” (blog)
- “A Comparison of Vulnerability and Security Configuration Assessment Solutions” (blog)
- “A Guidance Framework for Developing and Implementing Vulnerability Management”
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) –no, I have no idea why it is called prevention
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