"SIEM technology is an integral part of the security and compliance apparatus of a network and when it's not deployed it can expose huge risks to anyone and anything coming in contact with that particular network," said Mike Maxwell, Chief Security Officer of BlackStratus. "The recent cyberattacks on election related data within the states of Arizona and Illinois not only represent a clear and present danger to not just our democracy and voters, but to the integrity of our elections, which is why SIEM needs to be fully deployed by government entities responsible for handling that information."
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