Cybersecurity is like a noisy concert.
In the background, accomplished musicians are constantly tuning their instruments and listening for both known and emerging tones that indicate cyber risks and threats.
In the front is a wall of audio dissonance created by wailing synthesizers – security information and event management (SIEM) systems producing constant alerts – that make it hard to listen to and detect a pending cyberattack.
Global companies can attack cyber noise by hiring an around-the-clock cybersecurity monitoring team (the musicians) to listen, read and update the “sheet music” or alerts and reports generated by SIEM systems.
This team understands how to see the signals in the noise and work cooperatively in concert to drive rapidly to results.
Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) typically don’t have the budget to hire, develop, and retain the robust 24/7 security team they need to combat cybercrime.
Is there a better way for SMEs to launch a world-class cybersecurity program with experts who can listen, detect, and remediate the true cyber alerts and threats in a world of noise?
Read the article by Guy Cunningham, Vice President of Alliances at Netsurion and EventTracker, to find out.