Over the last few weeks I have written that mainframe people and enterprise security people use “Syslog” to mean two different things and that z/OS SYSLOG is not a good source for the kinds of.
Two weeks ago, I wrote that one obstacle to getting your Mainframe to “speak” to your security information and event management (SIEM) console was that mainframe people and enterprise security.
Does your mainframe speak Syslog or SYSLOG?
Does your mainframe speak SIEM (security information and event management)? Do your mainframe people speak SIEM? If you are typical, your mainframe is.
No, I'm not a gamer but...
I did read an article (Sony confirms external attack brough down PlayStation Network - Dean Takahashi, April 22, 2012) on GAMESBEAT this morning that talks about the.
Five things you should be thinking about before someone tries to “break in” to your IT systems
It was 3:49 a.m. last Thursday. Car alarm was going nuts and my dog was wildly barking out on the.
“We thought we could handle all of the user’s problems without analyzing every single log message. Now I'm a news headline!”
Virtualization is one of those computer terms that is often overused and misunderstood. Wikipedia defines it as “the creation of a virtual (rather than actual) version of something, such as an.
We hear every day of different viruses and attacks almost as if they were coming off an assembly line. They come in all shapes, sizes and forms, and they are becoming more sophisticated and.
The key to enabling actionable intelligence in your SIEM strategy is to have recurrent neural network capability to help manage events. Take this example for instance: If I react to an event, is.