SIEM solutions didn’t work perfectly well when they were first introduced in the early 2000s, partly because of their architecture and functionality at the time but also due to the faults in the data and data sources that were fed into them.

During this period, data inputs were often rudimentary, lacked scalability, and necessitated extensive manual intervention across operational phases. Three of those data sources stood out. 

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