Security management for the littler guy

Thursday, 10 February 2005, 12:12 PM EST

Security information management (SIM) systems aren't cheap; prices generally start in the tens of thousands of dollars. "These products are fairly expensive and tend to be deployed in large environments," says Gartner Inc. analyst Amrit Williams. "They have not approached the middle tier or the small-office/home-office market yet."

But companies that fall outside the Fortune 2,000 do have options when it comes managing their security systems. One is to outsource to a managed security service provider (MSSP) that supports a full-fledged SIM.

By Drew Robb at Computerworld.

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