Keeping compromises from becoming breaches
Date: Tuesday, October, 27, 2015
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET/ 11:00 a.m. PT
The stakes have never been higher as businesses attempt to protect their assets from a barrage of threats that continue to grow in frequency and sophistication. These efforts have traditionally centered on perimeter-based cyber defenses. Intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDS/IPS), antivirus (AV), firewalls, next generation firewalls (NGFW), unified threat management (UTM) platforms, and vulnerability management (VM) are among the technologies used (and needed) to stop miscreants from entering the network.
However, even the most advanced cyber security teams acknowledge that user accounts, systems and networks WILL be compromised, regardless of the prevention measure in place. It's amidst this reality that organizations are exploring new, more effective ways to detect and respond when the inevitable occurs.
In this SC Magazine webinar we will explore how unified security intelligence is empowering organizations to accelerate their mean-time-to-detect (MTTD) and mean-time-to-respond (MTTR) to compromises and avoid material breaches. Chris Kissel, industry analyst from Frost & Sullivan will start with a quick update on the state of SIEM and how next-gen SIEM has evolved to deliver true security intelligence through a number of new capabilities including behavioral analytics, network and endpoint monitoring and analytics, as well as advanced search capabilities.
A demonstration of LogRhythm's award-winning Security Intelligence and Analytics Platform and an open Q&A session will follow the Frost & Sullivan presentation.
Attend this webinar if you:
- Are seeking to reduce your organizations meantime-to-detect (MTTR) and meantime-to-respond (MTTR) to cyber threats
- Struggle to find the needle in the haystack of security events
- Believe your current incident response process lacks adequate automation and efficiency
- You have a first-gen SIEM platform deployed and are frustrated by its complexity or feel that you still have significant blind spots
Seth Goldhammer, Director of Product Management, LogRhythm, Inc.
Christopher Kissel, Industry Analyst at Frost & Sullivan