Factors Impacting the Total Cost of Ownership of a SIEM
Many organizations today are losing the race against the hacker community by a large margin. As noted in the Verizon 2016 Data Breach Investigation Report, the percent of compromises that transpired in “days or less” has risen from 67% to 84% over the last 10 years. Over this same time period, the percent of compromise discoveries that occurred in “days or less” also improved, but not enough to narrow the time gap between compromise and discovery. In other words, the bad guys are accelerating their exploits faster than the good guys are accelerating their ability to discover.
The path to narrowing the time gap between compromise and discovery, and then neutralizing incidents, is through Security Information and Event Management (SIEM). With limited resources and a rising number of attacks, not all solutions are created equal. You need to ensure they are getting the best bang for your buck.
In this on-demand webinar, Michael Suby, vice president of research at the global research and consulting organization Frost & Sullivan, will discuss the factors that contribute to SIEM’s total cost of ownership.
- How to calculate the total cost of ownership of a SIEM
- The basic functionality that every SIEM should have to confidently breeze through preliminary activities
- The SIEM attributes that will have a lasting impact on your organization’s cost efficiency in effectively managing risk