Watch this 4-min video to better understand what is MDR (Managed Detection and Response), and how AWN CyberSOC delivers vigilant cybersecurity through 24X7 monitoring, cloud-based SIEM and customer-dedicated security engineers.
RecordedJul 19 20164 mins
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Narayan Makaram, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Arctic Wolf Networks
What are some challenges facing small IT operations teams today? How can they overcome these challenges?
Join this webinar for an A to Z overview of a SOC (Security Operations Center). Learn about what is commonly provided with a SOC including details relating to the following areas:
- services and SLAs
- security team
- cost of ownership
- advanced threat detection
Also learn about outsourcing options for small and medium-sized businesses and get answers to questions like, What type of SLAs do MSSPs or SOC-as-a-Service providers offer? How is log information securely transmitted to a provider? How can a provider support one IT person at a company?
A recent Arctic Wolf study found a prevalent cybersecurity dissonance between perception and reality, in which most companies believe that they are more cybersecure than they actually are. This is especially dangerous for mid-market companies, which face the same cyberthreats and issues but with fewer resources and a limited budget. This webinar will explain this dissonance and give tips on how to overcome it to improve your overall security posture.
Arctic Wolf Networks provides a dynamic security service that combines world-class security engineering, advanced machine intelligence, and comprehensive up-to-the-minute service intel for effective, affordable cybersecurity. Watch this brief video to more about Arctic Wolf and AWN CyberSOC.
Sonny Sarai, SANS Review and Senior Analyst; Sridhar Karnam, AWN Director of Products
No organization is safe from cyberattacks in today’s threat landscape, so many implement a security operations center (SOC) to improve their cybersecurity. In this webcast, SANS Institute reviews Arctic Wolf’s AWN CyberSOC, going through the setup, implementation, pricing, and various other aspects of the service. Learn more about security operations center and AWN CyberSOC in this webinar.
Sam McLane, Head of Security Engineering, Arctic Wolf Networks; Narayan Makaram, Sr. Director of Product Marketing
A fire-side chat with Sam McLane, head of security operations at Arctic Wolf Networks (AWN), which will discuss some of the most interesting attacks that AWN security engineers have successfully hunted down in 2017. Learn more about:
- The detection and response process
- The communication and teamwork that takes place between Arctic Wolf and a customer
- The impact of human augmented machine learning
A deep dive into the findings and implications of a survey taken by IT professionals in the midmarket space. 100% of respondents indicated they're cybersecurity could improve in one or more areas such as information security, user security training, threat intelligence, overall risk management, and more. And of the threats, viruses, malware, professional cybercriminal, data theft, and phishing are among the top 5 threats facing their organizations.
Get the results and takeaways from the survey and gain insight into whether it is best for your organization to build or buy a security operations center (SOC) in this interactive webcast.
Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Strategy; Stephen, host from SC Media
Security information and event management (SIEM) has been a cornerstone of cybersecurity for years, but its future as a stand-alone product might well be in question. As advanced threat intelligence platforms, search engines, and other advanced tools come to market, we could be seeing a consolidation in how tools are packaged and marketed. This webcast will examine the following:
- The motivations behind a security overhaul
- SIEM as a core part of a SOC (security operations center)
- Security without SIEM
- Alerts versus actionable intel
- The role of a SOC analyst
- What makes up “a better SIEM?”
Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Marketing at Arctic Wolf Networks
Stop attacks such as ransomware and get HIPAA compliant for Healthcare. Understand the top 3 attacks in Healthcare, how to stop them using simple cloud-based tools and ensure HIPAA compliance for business continuity.
Matthew Selaya, Sales & Marketing; Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Strategy
People - the most important aspect of a Security Operations Center (SOC) that is a dynamic integration of people, process, and technology. It's not the toolset or processes that keep your IT secure, but the experience and expertise. Let's discuss about how we can build, maintain, and update skills needed to effectively manage a cyber SOC.
About the Presenters: Sridhar Karnam is director of product marketing at Arctic Wolf Networks. Joining Sridhar in this webcast is Matthew Selaya, a member of the Sales & Marketing division.
Kim Tremblay, Co-Founder & Head of R&D; Dinah Davis, Director of R&D; Anna Lorimer, Software Developer
Embracing diversity is a key driver for success in today’s business world. As a young woman starting or developing her career in technology, you may find inspiration in hearing from other successful women. This live panel features 3 speakers from our R&D organization who will talk about their own career paths leading into security and will share tips and advice that they've learned along the way. This is a panel you do not want to miss!
Brian NeSmith, Arctic Wolf CEO; David Monahan, EMA Research Director; Dan Limon, The Pasha Group; Charlie Muller, Threshold
Arctic Wolf recently completed a cybersecurity survey and found that nearly every company has very high confidence in their security defenses. However, the survey also identified that IT/security professionals felt security was complex, and they found it difficult to focus on security because their role covered so many different areas.
Tune in to watch our expert panel provide insight into why there is a disparity in the perception vs. reality of cybersecurity and shed light on how companies can close this gap.
Sam McLane, CTO/Head of Security Ops; Dave Martin, Head of Product Mgmt; Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Mktg
Join us for a panel discussion featuring our CTO, head of product management, and head of product strategy as they talk about executing an incident response plan. The discussion will cover how to create a template for IR as well as the critical elements of an IR plan and the testing frequency and methods to ensure you have a good IR plan in place. For those who don’t yet have a set plan but are looking to establish one, having a template to reference can be helpful. There are number of key pieces that should be incorporated into every incident response plan.
When you have a security incident, do you have a documented incident response plan? If not, who makes the decisions? These incidents could result in a complicated and costly legal, regulatory, and/or security proceedings. The people, process, and technology responsible for responding to these incidents are collectively known as Incident Response.
Sridhar Karnam, Director, Product Strategy at Arctic Wolf Networks
Make the most of RSA 2017. More than 30,000 people and 600 vendors are expected to be in attendance. Mix the right amount of business and pleasure to ensure that you relax, enjoy, mingle, and network your way through the conference for a better security career.
Did you know that there are many events outside of RSAC to attend? Where are the best parties? What events do CISO's and analysts attend? What should you eat and see while in San Francisco?
Ross Phillips, Security Engineer at Arctic Wolf Networks and Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Marketing
Threat hunting is one of the hottest topics in cybersecurity right now. Threat hunting is a significant weapon for the IT security team. While the Security Analysts perform the event and alert analytics, the Security Engineers move to detecting unknown threats from the indicators of compromise (IOCs).
In this webinar, Ross Phillips, a lead Security Engineer will discuss and debate on proactive hunting methods, tools, techniques.
Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Marketing at Arctic Wolf Networks
It’s the age-old question: build or buy your security infrastructure and management? Do you invest in acquiring additional infrastructure, along with trained staff and the ongoing expenses for security, or do you hire a managed security services provider and do your security in the cloud? This webcast, which originally appeared as an SC Magazine 20/20 webcast, looks at the pluses and minuses for each approach and tries to makes sense out of the build-vs-buy dilemma for security services.
Sridhar Karnam, Director, Product Marketing at Arctic Wolf Networks
A SIEM is costly and complex, IDS/ IPS are not enough, threat intelligence is overwhelming, and a SOC takes years to build and an army of security staff to manage. So where do you start with security? How should you prioritize? How can you integrate all the tools? How many security staff will you need? How do you integrate a SOC and a NOC?
Managed Detection and Response is the answer to all these questions. With a focus on detecting and responding to threats, the service configures the right combination of tools and provides the people and process to help you quickly implement the best security within your budget. With a simple subscription-based model, you will pay a fixed price that is not dependent on your data volume. It is time to throw your SIEM, IPS, and other point solutions out and move forward with MDR.
This webinar covers how you can implement three years worth of work on your security roadmap in just 60 min.
Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Marketing, Arctic Wolf Networks
A security operations center (SOC) is one of the most sophisticated operation centers focused on combating cyber crime and cyber attacks. Fortune 500 companies to government agencies use this daily to monitor users, apps, data, and network for threats and vulnerabilities. Join us for a webinar on how to build an effective SOC. How much does it cost? What are alternatives if you are not a Fortune 500 company?
Managed Detection and Response Service - 24X7 SOC at your service
Arctic Wolf Networks provides SOC as a service that makes every link in the security chain stronger. We are recognized as a Managed Detection and Response service provider by Gartner. The turnkey service is anchored by customer-dedicated security engineers bringing the peace of mind that comes with vigilant cybersecurity.