Let’s get right to the point. You can be compliant but not secure. Checking all the required boxes on an auditor’s compliance matrix doesn’t ensure you company is secure. Compliance has become an exercise to help company executives sleep better at night.
There must be a balance between compliance and security. Compliance-focused requirements are static, while today’s security models are usually dynamic. The speed at which technology and cybercrime changes make it very difficult for current regulations to drive best practices in security.
This is where Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems such as traditional SIEM through Splunk or a cloud-based SIEM through Microsoft Azure Sentinel can help you protect your most sensitive data. For example, a SIEM can help you protect your enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems such as SAP, Oracle B-Business Suite, and JD Edwards and establish “proof” you are doing so for compliance requirements.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Why companies must abandon the least-effort, box-ticking approach to compliance
- If your security team only focuses on compliance, your organization will face increased risks
- Why you should deploy Microsoft Azure Sentinel if you have Microsoft Office 365
- Matthew Rogers, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Americas, Syntax