Webinar Recap: The Failed Promises of SIEM

MixMode teamed up with Ravenii to host a webinar focused on the history and evolution of SIEM platforms, their ideal role in a SOC today, and how they fall short as a threat detection tool in today’s modern cybersecurity environment. 

Jeff Shipley, CEO of Ravenii and Geoff Coulehan, Head of Strategic Alliances at MixMode discussed that while SIEM platforms are exceptionally effective at what they initially were intended for – providing enterprise teams with a central repository of log information to conduct search and investigation activities – they do not provide an enterprise cybersecurity team what they need in 2020 to thwart attacks and stop bad actors from infiltrating their systems.

During the webinar, Coulehan and Shipley explored multiple topics including:

  • The failed promises of SIEMs in today’s threatscape
  • What do next-generation network security platforms need beyond SIEM capabilities?
  • The data overload problem and resulting exponential increase in false positive alerts
  • Real-world enterprise examples of enterprises moving away from SIEM to self-supervised AI Network Detection and Response platform 

Watch the full webinar replay here. 

Interested in learning more about how MixMode uses self-supervised AI to deliver unique functionality like predictive threat detection, significant decreases in false positive alerts, zero day attack identification, and AI-powered threat monitoring? Schedule a demo today.

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