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SANS review focuses on SIEM features business demands for security and threat intelligence

White Paper Published By: McAfee
McAfee
Published:  Jul 24, 2013
Type:  White Paper

Most organizations, according to SANS, are using security event data to detect and track suspicious behavior, support forensic analysis, and gaining or proving regulatory requirements. But complicating these security goals is the growing number and sophistication of attacks. As the perennial arms-race between security and hackers continues, McAfee has the leverage enterprises need to keep their data secure, and help them to identify attacks and vulnerabilities in an ocean of data.

According to SANS, McAfee's ESM strength is derived from its ease of use, speed, and its flexibility in setting rules and correlations.



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siem, data storage, event analysis, attacks, forensic analysis, security