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Speaking at Gartner Security Summit Europe 2017

by Anton Chuvakin  |  September 11, 2017  |  Submit a Comment

Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit Europe / UK 2017 is coming soon and here is my traditional blog post summarizing my speaking at this upcoming event (London, UK, still Europe, September 18-19, 2017).

  • “Tutorial: How to Build Your Own Security Analytics Capability” – Select enterprises have embarked on the journey toward building their own security analytics capabilities, sometimes using big data technologies and approaches. This session summarizes some of the lessons and describes the merits of such an undertaking. It also points at open-source tools you can use to simplify that and use as building blocks.
  • “Ask the Analyst: Lessons Learned From Security Analytics Adventures” – Many organizations have been venturing beyond SIEM and applying advanced analytics techniques and approaches to security. This Ask the Analyst session is an opportunity for delegates with security analytics initiatives to share their findings ask questions on how to make them effective. Typical questions may include: What are the current use cases? What tools can be used? What skills are required?
  • “How to Build and Operate a Modern SOC” – Security operations are a critical component of an effective cybersecurity organization. Organizations pursuing a more mature security practice may decide to centralize all or part of those activities into a security operations center (SOC).

See you in London next week!

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Anton Chuvakin
Research VP and Distinguished Analyst
5+ years with Gartner
17 years IT industry

Anton Chuvakin is a Research VP and Distinguished Analyst at Gartner's GTP Security and Risk Management group. Before Mr. Chuvakin joined Gartner, his job responsibilities included security product management, evangelist… Read Full Bio




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