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Webinar on Security Monitoring Use Cases

by Augusto Barros  |  January 19, 2016  |  Submit a Comment

As I mentioned (many times) before, our current research covers Security Monitoring Use Cases. We’ve been busy writing about that and the paper will be available soon to Gartner clients. However, I’m also delivering a webinar on the subject later this month. Good news: This one is open to everyone! Feel free to sign up on the link below, and please, bring your questions too 🙂

Developing Security Monitoring Use Cases: How to Do It Right
January 28th, 9AM EST

Discussion Topics:

  • How to select security monitoring use cases
  • How to prioritize use cases for implementation
  • How to optimize security monitoring use cases

Security monitoring systems are only effective when the appropriate content is implemented and optimized to provide results. This webinar provides guidance on how to effectively identify, prioritize, implement and optimize security monitoring use cases.


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Category: siem-and-log-management  threat-detection  

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Augusto Barros
Research VP
3 years at Gartner
21 years IT Industry

Augusto Barros is Research VP in the Gartner for Technical Professionals (GTP) Security and Risk Management group. Read Full Bio

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