Your SIEM Service Questions Aren't Helping You.
Ask These Instead.

Recorded October 2019

When a CEO, an IT guy, and a CISO walk into a room...

They're all bound to have different ideas about what makes a good SIEM service!

Join the webinar to learn the questions you should be asking your SIEM service provider, before you commit, in order to get the best value for your money, time, and energy, and you'll walk away with a revised list of scoping questions as you research SIEM service providers for your upcoming security projects.

In this presentation, we will cover...

  • The Typical Questions You're Asking About SIEM

  • The Better Questions You Should Be Asking About SIEM

  • Technical and CISO perspectives on what questions matter most as you compare providers


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Lynn Weddle, Founder and Co-Partner. In 2008, Lynn took his passion for the ever-changing world of cybersecurity and his 20+ years of industry experience to found RedLegg. As Founder and Co-Partner, Lynn crafted RedLegg into the successful, honorable corporation and family of experts it is today. A veteran of the Illinois National Guard, Lynn knows the value and power of a diligent, close-knit team and is proud to be at the helm of this one.



JD Bacon, Manager of Threat and Incident Research. From his Army career to his years of experience in cybersecurity, JD has dedicated his career to protecting and securing the vulnerable. Co-creator of RedLegg's Analysis Platform, JD is particularly passionate about innovating new technologies to help monitor, respond to and avoid cyber threats. He is proud to put his proactive and creative problem solving skills to work for RedLegg and act as a subject matter expert for our QRadar SIEM customers. JD is an honored recipient of an Army Achievement Medal.


Michael Smith, Senior Manager of Technology Services. A proactive problem solver and strong advocate for continued growth and education. He thrives in the complex and constantly changing landscape of cybersecurity. In his seasoned career in cybersecurity, Michael’s expertise has been enlisted across multiple verticals and challenges including strategic planning, policy development, governance and vulnerability management. Michael holds a Masters in Information Assurance and several certificates including his CISSP. He’s a proud board member of CircleCityCon, an information security conference he helped found.