Security Incident Event Managers (SIEMs) are not the seams in your pants or the seams in your shirts – but they will protect the seams in your proverbial pants from getting ripped open by hackers, malware, and bad actors.

In many cases, potential threats to your users’ security look innocuous enough, such as the case when an employee who uses a VPN forgot to shut it off before accessing his Microsoft 365 inbox from his laptop.

When your SIEM picks up a ton of files getting deleted all at once from OneDrive, is that an employee just doing a little spring cleaning of old rough drafts and documents they no longer need, or is a hacker in your system stealing your company secrets?

In this episode, Tom Wyant gives a detailed layout of how SIEMs work to continuously monitor your network and your users’ machines.

You’ll hear about Syslogs and SOCs (the latter of which we’ll cover in an upcoming episode), but you’ll pick it up quickly – and if you already know, it makes a handy checklist for review.

You know what they say – better safe than sorry, yes?

Cybersecurity is a smart investment that helps you gain more enjoyment and fulfillment in your business and life, so let’s join forces to change the conversation and change the world for the better!

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