Date: Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Time: 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT
Today's networks are far-reaching and consist of many disparate configurations – from basic local area networks to cloud environments to mobile. Obviously, the need to know what's going on is imperative. SIEM tools – which gather, analyze and present information to offer a holistic view of an organization's information technology – have been around for about a decade. There have been a lot of changes in what constitutes a SIEM product, but the challenge for many has been what can be done with the logs and reports so as to be made aware of anomalies that may indicate threats. While the need to comply with PCI DSS has driven SIEM adoption, the rise of advanced persistent threats (APTs) has more recently also fueled growth of these systems. While cost and complexity has, in the past, hindered wide adoption and efficient implementation, administrators are becoming more acquainted with the possibilities these tools offer – and costs are coming down as well. This 20/20 Webcast from SC Magazine will examine today's threat landscape and demonstrate how today's SIEM can ensure all endpoints of an enterprise network are monitored effectively.
Salo Fajer, Sr. Director SIEM Product Management, McAfee
Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial, SC Magazine
Illena Armstrong is VP editorial of SC Magazine. She is responsible for overseeing the award-winning monthly publication and its many other editorial offerings, including scmagazine.com, the SC Magazine Canada monthly digital editions, numerous eConferences, webcasts, newsletters and physical events in the United States and Canada, and more. She has spoken and moderated at a number of industry events, including SC World Congress, SC Congress Canada, SC Magazine Roundtables, the RSA Conference, the Techno Security Conference and others. On her watch, SC Magazine has won more than 20 awards, including Magazine of the Year 2009, from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). Before her stint at SC Magazine, she worked for various newspapers and magazines in New England and the southern United States. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Photography from the University of North Florida and a Master of Education from Northeastern University.
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