Gaining Insight and Visibility with Next-Generation SIEM: An End User Perspective
Duration: 60 minutes
In response to the increasing volume and variety of cyber attacks, businesses are looking to harness their volumes of security-relevant information to gain actionable and easy-to-understand information about threats.
To achieve this, many organizations are adopting a proactive Security Intelligence strategy based on next-generation SIEM. This integrated approach analyzes information about users, data access, application activity, and infrastructure and security events to deliver real-time insights previously unavailable. At the same time, it simplifies security operations by automating tasks and enabling fast forensic analysis and reporting on the items that really matter.
Join Richard Webster, Senior Manager of Security at Sanofi and Michael Applebaum, Director of Product Marketing at Q1 Labs, an IBM company, to learn real-world lessons about applying Security Intelligence and next-generation SIEM for threat protection, forensics and network visibility. With expert insights from IBM and end user experiences, this webcast is a can't-miss event for those seeking to enhance their firm's security posture and learn about the practice of Security Intelligence.
What you will learn in this Webcast:
Latest trends in the threat landscape
How SIEM and Security Intelligence deliver new insight and visibility
End user perspective on SIEM best practices
Key requirements for SIEM success
Richard Webster, Senior Manager of Security, Sanofi
Richard Webster is a senior security expert working for Sanofi Pharmaceuticals. He has been working internationally in InfoSec for well over ten years with a focus on Intrusion Detection, Malware and Perimeter Protection. Richard has a Masters of Science degree in Information Security from JMU and holds several certifications from the NSA. He is also a CISSP.
Michael Applebaum, Director of Product Marketing, Q1 Labs
Michael Applebaum is Director of Product Marketing for Q1 Labs, an IBM Company. His responsibilities include go-to-market strategy, product planning, and public and analyst relations. Prior to joining Q1 Labs, Michael was Director of Solution and Product Marketing for the SUSE Linux business at Novell, establishing SUSE as a leader in mission-critical computing. Previously, he held positions with Pegasystems, RetailExchange and Parthenon Group.