The Fishtech CYDERES Threat Hunt Tour, powered by Chronicle is continuing this week in Chicago, IL and Reston, VA. Join us in your city!

We’re hitting 14 cities over the course of the next two months to highlight the capabilities of Google’s Chronicle and Fishtech Group’s CYDERES and how they can change the security landscape of your organization, and combat the threats you face every day.

For more information on the Threat Hunt Tour and to find registration links for each of the tour stops, visit

To give you a taste of some of the information we’ll be covering on the tour, we’re going to be looking at various threats to your business all month long. It’s time to prey on your threats – instead of letting them undercut your vision and goals for the future.

Today, let’s talk about the rising and unscalable costs of legacy SIEM solutions.

We’ve already covered the inefficiencies of legacy SIEM in our last post and how the slow speed of legacy SIEM is a threat to your business, but the issues don’t stop there. Performance is obviously a huge factor for organizations looking to hunt threats, but we know that there are other areas decision makers look at when looking at cybersecurity options for their organizations – namely, cost.

Legacy SIEM is expensive.

The cost structure of traditional SIEM is not conducive to growing organizations that are looking to scale their security telemetry analysis with the expansion of their operations.

When your threat hunting solutions are stretching your budget, it limits your ability to adapt to other challenges in your business, and may hinder your overall growth. Wouldn’t it be great to have a solution that has number of users, not data threshold, as the basis for cost structure? We will touch on this more on our many stops of the Threat Hunt Tour.

Unfortunately, the cost problems don’t stop there.

Organizations often need to hire outside help to assist with implementation and integration, as each organization’s security priorities are unique, so SIEM alerts will need to be customized for specific use cases. This can be a robust process and can become quite expensive, and this isn’t even looking at licensing costs for the SIEM.

Furthermore, for a solution that is slow and increasingly expensive, legacy SIEMs are shockingly ill-prepared for organizations that are transitioning to the cloud.

True digital transformation is here.

It is imperative for organizations to modernize their infrastructure and move to the cloud and make sure their security management system can keep up with the rigors of modern business.

You may be in the middle of your own digital transformation right now. We know there are many stages of cloud integration through our own work with organizations across the country. For transitioning businesses, certain corporate assets may be located in your data center, while others may already be in the public cloud.

In these situations, your traditional SIEM most likely doesn’t allow visibility into the assets that are in the cloud provider’s network. This can become a big problem as your organization continues to expand.

There are many issues with legacy SIEM, but luckily, there are many alternative solutions as well.

We’ll be talking about that and more during the Threat Hunt Tour that is running until November.

Attendees will leave the tour with a FREE demo environment of Chronicle, the security telemetry platform that will give you unmatched speed and unequaled scalability when analyzing massive amounts of data to hunt the threats to your organization.

Learn how to search through petabytes of security telemetry in a fraction of the time at a fraction of the cost of traditional SIEM providers.

Join us on the tour to learn how CYDERES brings unrivaled Backstory expertise to enhance your security operations through human-led, machine-driven security-as-a-service. CYDERES is the seasoned expert you need to help your team fully realize the game-changing capabilities of Chronicle.


Check out our tour stops and register to save your spot. Space is limited, so don’t delay. Visit for registration links, and more information. We’ll see you soon!