Large organisations face a particular challenge when it comes to mitigating threats originating from both within and outside of the enterprise. Organisational complexity, low security staff to employee ratios, a rapidly changing threat landscape and compliance all add to a big headache for beleaguered security staff.
During this web seminar we’ll be looking at how intelligence-based analytical security techniques can automate many of the mundane tasks of a SOC Analyst, leaving security professionals to do what they do best – focus on the problems that require using human intuition and creativity, looking to the future, and considering the strategic needs of the business over the medium to long term.
Security operations centres (SOCs) – do you need one?
Insider threats – how to baseline ‘normal’ and monitor irregular activity
Combining machine learning and AI for increased effectiveness and automated response
Dealing with the downside – false positives and configuration
John Leonard is responsible for the setting up and running qualitative and quantitative surveys for Computing Research's clients in order to assess the opinions and experiences of IT professionals on issues important to the industry, such as cloud computing, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and the IT decision making process as a whole.
Andrew Hollister, Sr. Director, Solutions Engineering EMEA oversees LogRhythm's regional technical resources in order to advance LogRhythm's vision of empowering organisations to rapidly detect, respond to and neutralise damaging cyberthreats. LogRhythm’s Threat Lifecycle Management platform unifies leading-edge data lake technology, artificial intelligence, security analytics, and security automation and orchestration in a single end-to-end solution. LogRhythm serves as the foundation for the AI-enabled security operations centre, helping customers secure their cloud, physical and virtual infrastructures for both IT and OT environments.
For the past 20 years, Andrew has worked in a variety of IT consulting roles, in both the private and public sector including SIEM, DLP and application level firewall design and implementation.
Working in various parts of technology for the majority of his working life, Terry has seen the world transform from analogue to digital several times now. Mostly he gives it a gentle helping hand, but sometimes more of a firm shove, in the right direction.
Terry leads the IT team for one of the UK's largest charities (and Social Enterprises); working across a diverse range of technology needs and disciplines. He has a particular interest in the areas of Cloud services, Security and Digital Anthropology in order to design and build secure and modern platforms that people can embrace.