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Future of the SIEM
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mhkang589
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mhkang589,
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3/23/2017 | 1:43:49 PM
gigo
garbage in garbage out
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Siem2Siem,
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3/23/2017 | 9:31:57 AM
SIEM relies on good quality of logging
The most important part of SIEM is the quality of the log data from each of the source.   if you have poor logging from the source, your SIEM will not be effective (Garbage in garbage out).   SIEM is NOT a "Silver Bullet", it requires dedicate resources to tune it to suit your environment.   I do agree that Cloud and IoT devices will generated a lot of noise, if only there is a formal standard (CEF?) that these vendors have to follow to generate the logs that are consistent can easily ingested by the SIEM, we will continue to have the same challenges.   The IR team and process is also important as they need to review and investigate the alerts that are generated by the SIEM.


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