Over the last two decades, security information and event management (SIEM) adoption has increased dramatically, driven largely by complex and demanding compliance requirements such as Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and Sarbanes–Oxley (SOX), as well as the needs of incident response teams for threat management.
As adoption increased, enterprises quickly realized the value of the SIEM in providing and leveraging “threat intelligence”—giving visibility into known threats occurring around the world and the ability to identify and track potential threats as they occur. This situational awareness allows enterprises to detect attacks sooner, and, as a result, take action to minimize the impact of today’s advanced threats.
Explore how McAfee outlines the kinds of activities that are well suited to orchestration. Followed by a deep look at McAfee® Enterprise Security Manager, the McAfee SIEM solution, and examine how it works as part of the McAfee platform to optimize incident response processes.