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Top 5 Reasons Why SIEM Is A Bad Idea

No company is too small to get attacked. Most large companies protect their business & IT through comprehensive, 24x7, security operations. However, using just a cloud/ SaaS/ co-managed SIEM will not help you detect or manage attacks. Tune into this webcast to learn about the upfront costs, resources, expertise, and long deployment cycles of SIEM and discover alternative options to safeguarding your small or medium-sized business in an efficient and economical way.

A 1-hr webinar presented by SC Magazine and Arctic Wolf Networks on Oct. 3, 2016.
Recorded Dec 12 2016 61 mins
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    According to Verizon's 2017 Data Breach Investigations Report, a total of 51% of data breaches affected either financial services businesses (24%), healthcare organizations (15%), or public sector entities (12%). With the rise in data breaches in these industries, and the responsibility to manage this connected ecosystem, how do you protect your business from attacks targeting connected devices? Furthermore, how do you do this without the budget to build and staff a full-fledged Security Operations Center (SOC)?

    Join us to discover the top 5 best practices you can adopt to improve your overall security posture and recognize how you can equip your business with the security capabilities of a large enterprise, at a fraction of their costs!
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    Sam McLane leads Security Engineering at Arctic Wolf, bringing over 20 years of security experience to the team. Prior to joining Arctic Wolf, Sam led Product Management for and other sales functions for Blue Coat Systems’ Cloud Security Services business. Before Blue Coat, Sam was a sales leader at Lucent Technologies, managing the system engineering team for the eastern US. Prior to Lucent, Sam was a networking consultant at KPMG and network manager at Temple University. Sam holds a master of science in mathematics from Temple University and a bachelor of science in mathematics from Washington and Lee University.
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    Brian NeSmith, CEO and Co-founder of Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Louis Evans, Product Marketing Manager - Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Narayan Makaram - Senior Director of Product Marketing & Louis Evans - Product Marketing Manager
    Most businesses are rapidly moving to the cloud to be fast and nimble, reduce their cost structure, and reach more customers anywhere, anytime. These new architectures have powerful new capabilities—but also expose businesses to a new universe of risk.

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    In this upcoming webinar, hear from security experts at Arctic Wolf Network (AWN), on:

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    To see how AWN CyberSOC™ can secure your cloud, register now.

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    Narayan Makaram is a Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Arctic Wolf Networks, a Managed Detection and Response (MDR) company that provides SOC-as-a-service. Narayan has over 15 years of information security experience, with in-depthexpertise in application security, malware detection, SIEM, vulnerability management and network security, in leading cyber security companies – Imperva, FireEye, ArcSight, Tenable, and Hewlett-Packard.

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    Narayan Makaram, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Arctic Wolf Networks; SC Magazine
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    - How cloud technologies impact a company's security options
    - How do you defend against attacks of third-party providers of IT services
    - How to develop policies and procedures to test and evaluate servers over which you have no physical control

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  • Human vs Machine: Is Hybrid AI SOC in Your Security's Future? Recorded: Jan 11 2018 31 mins
    Narayan Makaram, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Arctic Wolf Networks; SC Magazine
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    - Artificial Intelligence versus Hybrid AI
    - Hybrid AI when applied to a SOC
    - Incident response (human versus machine-driven)

    There will also be discussions around the following questions:

    - Can machines make decisions?
    - Can Hybrid AI systems operate autonomously?
    - What is missing in a SOC? How can Hybrid AI be added to a SOC?
    - Can Hybrid AI help alleviate staffing shortage?
  • Explore SIEMplicity with a Managed SOC Recorded: Jan 10 2018 2 mins
    Narayan Makaram - Senior Director of Product Marketing & Louis Evans - Product Marketing Manager at Arctic Wolf Networks
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    - company size offerings
    - detection and response capabilities
    - deployment times
    - support and expertise

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    Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Strategy; Stephen, host from SC Media
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    - 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?”
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    Narayan Makaram - Senior Director of Product Marketing & Louis Evans - Product Marketing Manager at Arctic Wolf Networks
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