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Book Review: Security Information and Event Management Implementation

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brothke writes “With many different types of log and audit data, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) attempts to fix that by aggregating, correlating and normalizing the log and audit data. The end result is a single screen that presents all of the disparate data into a common element. While great in theory, the devil is in the details; and there are plenty of details in deploying a SIEM on corporate networks. Security Information and Event Management Implementation provides a solid introduction, overview and analysis of what a SIEM (also known as SIM, SEM, SEIM and others) is, and what needs to go into it for an effective deployment and operation.” Read below for the rest of Ben’s review.

Security Information and Event Management Implementation
author David Miller
pages 464
publisher McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
rating 8/10
reviewer Ben Rothke
ISBN 0071701095
summary Provides an excellent overview of the topic and will be of value to those reading looking for answer around SIEM

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