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Speaking at Gartner Security Summit Australia 2017

By Anton Chuvakin | July 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

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Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit Australia / APAC 2017 is coming soon and here is my traditional blog post summarizing my speaking at this upcoming event (Sydney, Australia, August 21-22, 2017).

  • “How to Deploy and Operationalize User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) Tools” – “UEBA can successfully detect malicious and suspicious activity that otherwise goes unnoticed, but these new detection tools utilize a lot of unfamiliar approaches (data science, nondeterministic methods, machine learning) and thus create their own deployment and operation challenges. This presentation covers the approaches that work with UEBA.” [you can see an early version of this material here]
  • ”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).” [you can see an early version of this material here]
  • “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 presentation 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.”
  • “Workshop: Developing, Implementing and Optimizing Security Monitoring Use Cases” – “This workshop will, through peer collaboration, focus on developing, implementing and optimizing security monitoring use cases. The participants will be guided through the Gartner framework to identify and refine their requirements to produce their own security monitoring use cases based on their current challenges and priorities. ”

See you in Sydney!

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