4 Gaps to Fix in Your Security Detection and Response

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Time: 9 am CDT or 11 am CDT

Strategies from expert threat hunters designed for NetOps & SecOps teams

The worldwide spend on information security products and services is expected to reach $124 billion in 2019 – with detection, response and privacy regulations driving increased demand.* Clearly enterprises recognize the need for security beyond upfront preventative measures, but are you addressing the most common pitfalls in detection and response efforts?

Join former US Marine security threat hunter Brad Palm, security investigator Tim O’Neill, and certified ethical hacker Matt Allen, as they identify the four biggest gaps and discuss strategies that NetOps and SecOps need to implement to improve their overall security posture and effectiveness.

Discussion will include:

  • Top 4 critical gaps in real-time and post-event security strategies
  • Best practices for utilizing benchmarks to identify aberrant activities
  • Strengths and limits of different network data types for threat hunting and post-event response
  • Top metrics and wire-data needed for successful incident investigations

Brad Palm

Brad Palm

An analyst working in the cybersecurity and network efficiency domains focusing on network capture and analysis, threat hunting and new tech testing for enterprise networks.

Matt Allen

Matt Allen
Sales Engineer
VIAVI Solutions

An Ethical Hacker and 'network geek' motivated by making an impact on other engineers' daily grind.

Tim Oneill

Tim O’Neill
Network DataPedia

A professional cyber-forensics investigator working closely with Georgia and federal law enforcement agencies on hacking, theft and fraud cases.

* https://www.gartner.com/en/newsroom/press-releases/2018-08-15-gartner-forecasts-worldwide-information-security-spending-to-exceed-124-billion-in-2019