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Four Easy Ways Central Logging Improves Security Posture

Published by: Spico So

Most cybersecurity tools are designed to help identify, alert on, and in some cases prevent a particular type of malicious activity.
Current technologies send alerts and may even prevent specific types of attacks, but the burden remains with the organization to figure out whether that alert is meaningful in a broader context, such as overall posture, and if and how that alert fits into a larger chain of actual malicious or attack activity.
Reliable, central logging is the first critical step toward gaining visibility across a multi-layered security environment.
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Lang: ENG
Type: Whitepaper Length: 4 pages

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