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Speaking at Gartner Security Summit 2019

By Anton Chuvakin | March 29, 2019 | 0 Comments


Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2019 is coming soon and here is my traditional blog post summarizing my speaking at this upcoming event (Washington, DC, June 17-20, 2019).

  • Outlook of Security Operations” – “Modern security operations are evolving. They heavily rely on foundational technologies such as SIEM to accomplish their mission, and also adopt various analytics approaches. They struggle with more automation — of both thinking and acting — that promises to relieve humans from the routine tasks, but sometimes adding more work to the overworked security teams. What defines best-in-class security operations of 2018? What trends are affecting security operations? What will the future bring?”
  • Further Evolution of Modern SOC: Automation, Delegation, Analytics” – “This presentation presents a structured approach to plan, establish and efficiently operate a modern SOC. Gartner clients with successful SOCs put the premium on people rather than process and technology. People and process overshadow technology as predictors for SOC success or failure. Do I need a SOC and can I afford it? Where can I rely on automation and where do I need to outsource or delegate? Can SOAR tools really automate my SOC?” [based on this paper]

See you there!

My past Gartner speaking:

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