Creating a Standardized Security Information Model To Streamline Security Infrastructure

Spring 2021

Every corporation is building their own security data consumption systems of significant size, complexity, cost and staffing to answer specific security and governance control related questions.   These systems are typically called a Security Data Lake with the goal of ingesting curated events from across CSP’s and on-prem devices; then enriching, filtering, applying ML and retaining this data for short to medium term.  The ONUG Collaborative,  feels strongly of the importance of partnering with CSPs in creating a standardized security information model (and related outputs).   During this session this panel will describe what we learned about security data lakes and how a standardized security information model will help reduce complexity and cognitive load that so many ONUG members experience in the support of disparate security alert message types allowing security teams to focus on the events that are most important.

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