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How to Optimize your SIEM Platforms with Confluent

While SIEM technologies have become ubiquitous in enterprise security operations, they force trade offs between cost, flexibility and visibility. They are ineffective for large scale event logging and processing, incorporating data from different sources for real-time threat detection and exposing potential threats for analysis at different levels of granularity to multiple tools is arduous.

Confluent enables organizations to bridge the gap between old-school SIEM solutions and next-gen offerings by consolidating, categorizing and enriching all data such as logs, network data, telemetry and sensor data and real-time events from relevant data sources for real-time monitoring, simplified security forensics and an enhanced cybersecurity posture. And if you want to be more independent from any particular SIEM vendor, we have just the solution for you.

Join us in this video to learn more about how Confluent can augment your existing tools like Splunk and other SIEMs for better forensics and threat intelligence. This webinar and detailed demo will cover:

  • Confluent’s applicability to SIEM and why it is essential for a better cybersecurity strategy

  • How you can equip your teams with the right data at the right time to get ahead of the demands placed by the increasing onslaught of threats and attacks

  • How to reduce the cost and complexity of your cybersecurity infrastructure and eliminate vendor lock-in

  • Confluent Sigma: An open source project that integrates Sigma with Confluent by embedding the Sigma rules into stream processing applications

Helpful resources:

  1. Github repository for demo: https://github.com/confluentinc/demo-siem-optimization
  2. SIEM Solution page: https://www.confluent.io/use-case/siem

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