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SIEM Hub

Learn how to avoid log alert overload and re-align your analysts.

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools use application, server, and device logs to monitor the security well-being of your entire tech stack, yet traditional SIEM solutions are plagued by floods of unnecessary alerts. Application logs present a great foundation for detecting and analyzing threats, but knowing how to balance rules and visibility is vital to unleashing SIEM’s true threat detection potential.

Through the SIEM hub, dig deep and understand the alert types and logging best practices, or take a high-level overview and learn how to best implement and manage SIEM for compliance.

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