Establishing a practical routine for reviewing security logs

Monday, 31 December 2007, 12:06 AM EST

The term security information management (SIM) refers to the discipline of collecting and analyzing security events to detect or investigate malicious activities. Essential to this process are the individuals who review the gathered data and decide whether the events constitute an incident and should be escalated. Information security logs that are not regularly reviewed are hardly useful and can be a liability to an organization.

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