How a Unified SIEM Helps DefendersSecuronix's Nayyar on Threat Detection, Threat Intelligence, Collaboration
In the face of a growing attack surface, the architecture and technology of traditional SIEMs keeps them from meeting the needs of modern enterprises. To keep pace with new threats, up-to-date threat content is critical to understanding when systems are vulnerable, but the lack of skilled resources makes developing new content difficult, requiring companies to depend on third parties.
Nayaki Nayyar, CEO at Securonix, said her company's latest SIEM combines Snowflake's Data Cloud, threat content as a service, and peer-to-peer collaboration.
"With this community framework, where we are delivering content," Nayyar said, "it will also open up avenues where our partners can contribute content, and customers can contribute content. So, holistically, we make the entire community very strong by having one repository."
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group at RSA Conference 2023, Nayyar discusses:
- Threat content as a service;
- Securonix's strategic partnership with Snowflake;
- Takeaways for CISOs and CIOs on SIEM technology.
Nayyar has over two decades of experience in driving digital transformation and innovation at software companies. She previously served as the president and chief product officer at Ivanti, where she was responsible for cybersecurity, automation, edge and endpoint device management and service management.