Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Sentinel
Your bird’s-eye view across your IT estate
The security perimeter of today’s workplace extends far beyond the office, and organisations require a security solution that’s able to keep pace with flexible working patterns and provide a centralised view across a decentralised digital estate.
That’s where Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions come into play. Historically, SIEMs were complicated, expensive and difficult to manage. However, today’s cloud based SIEMs, like Microsoft Sentinel, are far more accessible to businesses.
What this guide covers
Introduction to Microsoft Sentinel
To kick things off, we’ll give you an overview of what Microsoft Sentinel is and how it fits into your existing security ecosystem.
The four stages of Microsoft Sentinel
Microsoft Sentinel SIEM operates across four key stages to help you help you plan and execute your security response. These are: Collect, Detect, Investigate and Respond. We’ll cover each stage and give you an overview of what they entail.
Meeting your obligations with Microsoft Sentinel
Data protection laws and industry-specific regulations place a heavy responsibility on
your business to properly protect IT systems against hackers. In this whitepaper, we’ll give you an overview of how Sentinel can help you remain compliant.
Why Microsoft Sentinel should be SIEM of choice
Microsoft Sentinel is not the only SIEM platform available, which is why we’ll give you some reasons as to why you would you choose it over some popular competitors.
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