White Paper: Extending a Security Team through Security Information & Event Management (SIEM)

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Companies and organizations around the globe are struggling to keep up with the demands of trying to stay afloat in a sea of security incidents while still actively hunting for threats and extend security in their network.

Every day, multiple upon multiple tickets flow into security organizations. This constant onslaught of cybersecurity incidents has left many organizations trying to play catch up while still actively hunting and advancing security.

When combining the factors listed here in addition to the many complicated issues of dealing with cybersecurity, this allows attackers to gain further footholds and maneuver latterly throughout environments. Hence, the reason for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools. These tools can alleviate most issues that occur from an overworked, understaffed, and any fallen behind team

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Bryan Gilliam

Bryan Gilliam serves as a Cyber Security Engineer for InquisIT, working onsite with clients and has a demonstrated history of working in the Cyber Security industry. He is skilled in Software Development, Splunk, ForeScout, Palo Alto Firewalls, Gigamon Visibility Solutions, Professional Services, and Technical Support.

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