Securing Tomorrow. Today: Tech Five (Episode 2)

| January 16, 2017

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Eric, Technical Support Engineer for SIEM at Intel Security, discusses the data source import and export feature. These features include multiple purposes adding a large source of data at one receiver at once and getting list of data sources from a single receiver.

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