SIEM brings the power of two security systems in one. Watch to learn more about what SIEM is and how it can be useful.
SIEM, short for security information and event management, is a type of security management system that combines SIM (security information management) and SEM (security event management).
SIEM collects data from multiple sources and is able to identify deviations in the data and take appropriate actions. For example, when an issue is detected, a SIEM might log additional information, generate an alert, and instruct other security controls to stop an activity’s progress.
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