Published on 17 Oct 2012
“ The biggest benefit to deploying QRadar was that after the initial implementation, we were up and running immediately. ”
—Security Administrator, A World-Class Pediatric Medical Center
A World-Class Pediatric Medical Center
As the number of patients served is expected to increase, this world-class pediatric medical center needed a solution that would help centralize its security and compliance programs, and that could scale security operations for comprehensive visibility into the network architecture. Using an advanced security information and event management solution from IBM, the organization’s security administration team was able to gain deep insight into the network environment and detect malware that previously hadn’t been identified.
As the number of patients served is expected to increase, the this world-class pediatric medical center needed a solution that would help centralize its security and compliance programs, and that could scale security operations for comprehensive visibility into the network architecture.
An advanced security information and event management solution that centralizes and correlates logs and events to provide staff with integrated security intelligence.
● Provided deep insight into network environment ● Detected malware that previously hadn’t been identified ● Saved administrators time
IBM products and services that were used in this case study.
IBM Security QRadar SIEM
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