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SIEM Design & Architecture

  • Wednesday, September 6th, 2017 at 3:00 PM EDT (19:00:00 UTC)
  • Justin Henderson and John Hubbard
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Overview

With detection being top of mind - how can a SIEM give you a competitive advantage? Get a better understanding about the various components of a SIEM and how to deploy a SIEM tactically. This webcast will discuss the architecture and successful implementation using the Elastic Stack and share how to leverage advanced detection capabilities from key components.

Organizations are suffering from the pain-points in their detection capabilities including budget constraints, failed deployments, and lack of agility. The SIEM Design and Architecture webcast is geared towards budgets of all sizes and will help you better implement your commercial solution or assist in identifying ways to create your own SIEM.

Speaker Bios

Justin Henderson

Justin is a passionate security architect and researcher with over decade of experience working in the Healthcare industry as well as consulting. He has had multiple opportunities to work on government contracts specializing in network monitoring systems and intrusion analysis. Justin was the 13th GSE to become both a red and blue SANS Cyber Guardian and holds over around 60 industry certifications.

Justin is a SANS instructor and the author of SEC555, the industry's first vendor neutral SIEM analytics course.


John Hubbard

John is currently the Lead Analyst for GlaxoSmithKline's U.S. Security Operations Center. His daily responsibilities include detecting and defending against targeted attacks, threat hunting, incident response, and malware reverse-engineering. With degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering focusing on Cyber Security, his interest and research spans from malware, penetration testing, and security monitoring, to mobile device attacks, car hacking, and IoT. He is GIAC GMON, GPEN, and GREM certified, is passionate about information security, loves learning, and is enthusiastic about helping others succeed in their studies.

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