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My Top 7 Popular Gartner Blog Posts for November 2018

by Anton Chuvakin  |  December 3, 2018  |  1 Comment

Most popular blog posts from my Gartner blog during the past month are:

  1. Our Security Orchestration and Automation (SOAR) Paper Publishes (SOAR research) – for some reason, this paper keeps sitting on top of the list, for months.
  2. Popular SIEM Starter Use Cases (SIEM research) and 2018 Popular SIEM Starter Use Cases (SIEM research)
  3. Let’s Go Fight IT for Logs? Agents? Taps? (rants / philosophical posts)
  4. SIEM Use Cases – And Other Security Monitoring Use Cases Too! (security monitoring research)
  5. Our “How to Operate and Evolve a SIEM Solution” Publishes (SIEM research)
  6. Detailed SIEM Use Case Example (SIEM research)
  7. Network Anomaly Detection Track Record in Real Life? (NTA research)

Enjoy!

Reminder: Important: How to Impress / Annoy an Analyst During a Vendor Briefing? Best / Worst Tips Here! (useful reference post)

Past top posts:

Category: popular  security  

Anton Chuvakin
Research VP and Distinguished Analyst
5+ years with Gartner
17 years IT industry

Anton Chuvakin is a Research VP and Distinguished Analyst at Gartner's GTP Security and Risk Management group. Before Mr. Chuvakin joined Gartner, his job responsibilities included security product management, evangelist… Read Full Bio


Thoughts on My Top 7 Popular Gartner Blog Posts for November 2018


  1. Martin says:

    Thanks for sharing! I will have a look at the blog posts above :-)



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