10 Ways To Rock Your SOC
- Wednesday, May 7th, 2014 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
- Shelly Giesbrecht
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Security operations analysts are frequently classed as generalists. The scope of their job description is split in a broad range including incident response, risk assessments, vulnerability management, awareness training, security tool selection, deployment and management, and general troubleshooting. The ability to keep track of and prioritize each days tasks is a challenge, to say the least, and teams are often are asked to do more with less. This session will highlight 10 ideas my small team has used to help us make more sense of our days, maximize our success and sanity, and improve our interactions with other IT groups in the organization.
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Shelly Giesbrecht is the Sr. Security Operations Analyst with Nexen Energy ULC. in Calgary, Alberta. Shelly has been working in security operations since 2006 but learned her craft from the ground up as a helpdesk analyst over 14 years ago. She graduated magna cum laude from Devry University with a Bachelors Degree in Information Technology and is certified with a GCFA, GCFE, GCIH, GSEC and CISSP. Shelly tries to write and speak as often as possible about things that peak her “nerdiosity”.