Best Practices for SIEM Implementation
A Security Information Event Management (SIEM) system is like the GPS in your car, in the absence of which, your enterprise IT is driving without guidance.
Modern security tools are good at catching and logging independent attacks and anomalous behavior. Yet, most of today’s dangerous threats are distributed, act in concert across multiple systems and use advanced evasion techniques to avoid detection. Without a Security Information Event Management (SIEM) system, attacks are allowed to incubate and grow into catastrophes.
Despite the presence of a SIEM system, how you handle the volume of data while constantly improving the maturity of your Security Monitoring program becomes key.
This whitepaper is a primer on how to maximize the value of your SIEM investment.
Align the Security Monitoring program to your business goals
Identify all available log sources
Understand gaps and add necessary sources
Reduce cost by removing unnecessary data
Document infrastructure, endpoints, and data library definitions
Incident Response Plan and actions for your defined use-cases
Measure the performance and coverage of your data
Measure the performance of your infrastructure
Capacity planning and preparing for future use-cases
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