If you are reading this page, then it goes without saying that you have loads of data sources and at least one or more ArcSight products to help you monitor and manage them all. But, what is the best way to manage them?
If all your data streams are poured into your ArcSight environment, how do you sort through all that data to find the information you need?
Use cases can help! In fact, use cases are critical in helping you deliver the results needed by your organization's security policies and business requirements.
What is a use case?
A use case starts with a business requirement, security policy, or desired process improvement. For example:
Translate these requirements into measurable goals and voilà - you have some use cases!
Why do use cases matter?
Use cases allow you to narrow down and focus on only the data sources you need in order to meet your organization's goals. If you are looking for needles in the haystack, use cases can help you not only make the haystack smaller, but also give you tools (headlamp, tweezers, electromagnet) to bring those valuable nuggets - reports or process improvements - directly to you.
With use cases, you can identify and deliver exactly the results your business needs - and you look like a hero!
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