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It's getting tougher to stay on top of the growing volume of security data generated. Take a look at some analytics tools for budget-conscious organizations.
September 8, 2015
The adoption of mobile and cloud computing is expanding the security perimeter of the modern enterprise, and organizations are looking deeper into their IT infrastructure to monitor for malicious activity or software. These trends are producing a growing volume of threat data to be evaluated. To turn this data into meaningful intelligence, tools are needed that go beyond traditional security information and event management (SIEM) to integrate and analyze disparate types of data, structured and unstructured.
Analyzing threat data can be a non-trivial expense, especially for small and midsized organizations. Beyond software licensing, there is the cost of hardware, personnel, and training. But there are some free tools out there that can help.
About the Author(s)
William Jackson is writer with the <a href="http://www.techwritersbureau.com" target="_blank">Tech Writers Bureau</A>, with more than 35 years' experience reporting for daily, business and technical publications, including two decades covering information technology and cybersecurity in the federal government. You can read his column <a href="http://www.techwritersbureau.com/the-cybereye-column.html" target="_blank">The Cybereye</A>.
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