Posts Tagged 'SIEM'

In 2014, companies continued to be shaken out of their contented relationship with corporate security efforts. Retailers were hacked. Millions of emails were lifted. Thousands of Social Security numbers were stolen. Gone is the era of “set it and forget it” security, where enterprises use only default security settings. This epiphany, motivated by news headlines, […]

In this series so far, we’ve covered the McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM), capabilities that make our SIEM solution stand out and how this solution can benefit your organization. In this final installment of our ‘Evolution of SIEM’ series, I am going to highlight a few of the orchestration options for ESM to help you […]

This week, the Intel Security product community gathers in Las Vegas, Nevada for the McAfee FOCUS 14 conference and exhibition.  In past years, I’ve taken the opportunity to lay out our vision for the evolution of the McAfee product and solutions portfolio, and the integration of this portfolio within the Security Connected Framework. This year’s […]

In our last blog, The Evolution of SIEM: Part 1, we briefly touched on the capabilities that make our SIEM solution, McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM), stand out. In this blog, I am going to drill down into the individual capabilities and discuss the benefits of each for you, and your organization. Today’s threat environment […]

Today the SANS Institute released its survey on adoption of the Top 20 Critical Security Controls (CSCs) for Effective Cyber Defense. It’s a worthwhile read for CISOs and security analysts charged with overseeing security and risk management. The survey documents adoption highlights and hurdles, primarily experienced by financial services and government organizations. Three sets of findings […]