Nearly a decade old, SIEM and log management technologies have matured over time and are now widely adopted among organizations seeking to maintain compliance and respond to security incidents. Unfortunately, most SIEM and log management products are limited in their ability to mine large quantities of data and isolate the insights necessary to make informed security decisions. SenSage is launching the Open Security Intelligence community to help organizations everywhere improve the process of mining security data and driving these insights.
Much like financial industry analysts that have used data mining tools and techniques to uncover market trends and model new products, progressive security organizations are hiring and developing security "quants" to mine their event data and pinpoint insider threats and inside-out cybercrime plots. These security analysts must scour through their organizations’ event data to better understand vulnerabilities, threats, tactical security effectiveness and strategic process evolution. Business Intelligence tools are well established and represent the technology of choice for these analyses and interactive dashboards – an industry commitment to Open Security Intelligence will make them available for use by the enterprise and government security quants that require the most flexible and powerful access to security data.
Deluxe Dan Ritari
About Open Security Intelligence
SOURCE SenSage, Inc.