Business Driver: Splunk Enterprise SIEM
Centralising the management and oversight of all Cybersecurity operations bolsters overall IT security and streamlines operations that increase productivity and reduces security risk. As organisation’s better understand their cybersecurity risk, entities of all sizes are assessing whether implementing a Security Incident Event Management (SIEM) application is a good fit for them or whether using a dedicated point-solution is a better fit. Another approach is to add capabilities to an existing investment that monitors infrastructure, applications, services and processes. The risk of downtime, unplanned outages and performance degradation in many ways pose a critical risk to business operations too. Another risk is non-compliance with regulations particularly privacy. In Australia, legislation has been enacted that enforces disclosure of data breaches while similar oversight is demanded in many foreign theatres of business operation.Pricing risk is important when deciding how and why you would deploy a SIEM. What does an outage cost and are there any collateral costs to security breaches and business continuity failures?
Business Driver: Splunk Phantom Security Orchestration Automation Response SOAR
Automating security orchestration reduces risks, increases efficiency and leads to better outcomes. For Enterprises who must protect vast landscapes of infrastructure or oversee a large, distributed production computing environment, SPLUNK SOAR is a good fit.