InfoTech SIEM's Total Cost of Ownership- Key Considerations

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Download As the central nervous system in orchestrating security alert assessments and incident response, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is an important factor in the total cost of critical security functions.

It can either act as an enabler, allowing your security team to reach a higher tier of productivity and proficiency, or it can be a retardant, limiting them in adaptability, scalability and analytic capabilities.

Through this short white paper, you'll understand how to take a holistic view on SIEM platform capabilities and discover the impact SIEM can have on your security people and processes. Learn what factors to consider when assessing SIEM business practicality and total cost of ownership.

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