Considering a Security Information & Event Management (SIEM) Solution to Improve Intrusion Detection? Learn more on “The Virtual CISO Podcast” from Pivot Point Security

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The coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to rapidly decentralize operations, proliferate remote access points and jump into the cloud with fingers crossed. To protect sensitive data behind this expanded attack surface, many SMBs are looking at Security Information Management (SIEM) solutions to enhance incident response. If your company is considering SIEM technology, don’t miss the latest episode of “The Virtual CISO Podcast” from Pivot Point Security.

“The Virtual CISO Podcast” from Pivot Point Security

“The Virtual CISO Podcast” from Pivot Point Security

"Featuring Danielle Russell, Director of Product Marketing Management for AT&T Cybersecurity talking with Pivot Point Security’s CISO and Managing Partner, John Verry, this episode is all about best-practice guidance on every angle of the SIEM decision."

The coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to rapidly decentralize operations, proliferate remote access points and jump into the cloud with fingers crossed. To protect sensitive data behind this expanded attack surface, many SMBs are looking at Security Information Management (SIEM) solutions to enhance incident response. If your company is considering SIEM technology, don’t miss the latest episode of “The Virtual CISO Podcast” from Pivot Point Security.

As organizations rush to enable remote connectivity necessitated by COVID-19, traditional network security controls are breaking down and data behind the firewall is at increased risk. Cybercriminals are rushing to exploit this opportunity by targeting remote workers and exposed systems. SIEM technology can improve incident and threat detection to provide situational awareness of attacks, accelerate response and limit or prevent damage.

But how to quickly and correctly choose from among the wide array of SIEM alternatives to ensure rapid time-to-value and a “future-proof” implementation? A recent episode of The Virtual CISO Podcast from Pivot Point Security shares the answers you need.

Featuring Danielle Russell, Director of Product Marketing Management for AT&T Cybersecurity talking with Pivot Point Security’s CISO and Managing Partner, John Verry, this episode is all about best-practice guidance on every angle of the SIEM decision—from whether you need one to what to look for to how to plan for success and avoid the major causes of SIEM deployment failures.

Topics covered in this information-packed episode include:

  • How to know whether a SIEM makes sense
  • Information to gather before you start your SIEM search
  • The #1 most vitally important characteristic of a good SIEM for SMBs
  • DIY versus managed SIEM options
  • Considerations for cloud-based SIEM solutions

To listen to this episode anytime, along with all the episodes in The Virtual CISO Podcast series, visit: https://www.pivotpointsecurity.com/the-virtual-ciso-podcast/.

About Pivot Point Security
Since 2001, Pivot Point Security has been helping organizations understand and effectively manage their information security risk. We work as a logical extension of your team to SIEMplify the complexities of security and compliance. We’re where to turn—when InfoSec gets challenging.

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