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To SIEM or not to SIEM

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?”
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    Narayan Makaram, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Arctic Wolf Networks
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    To view the full webinar and receive an in depth analysis on whether or not you should SIEM or Not SIEM here: http://bit.ly/2DlGx8l
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    Louis Evans, Product Marketing Manager - Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Brad Bierman, Manager of Security Operations - Arctic Wolf Networks
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    1.What tools do you need to have in place to detect a data breach?
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  • Secure the Cloud: Combat the Top Threats to Your SaaS Applications Recorded: Oct 26 2018 59 mins
    Sonu Shankar - Sr. Product Marketing Manager - Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Register now to save your seat!
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    Brad Bierman, Manager of Security Operations - Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Sonu Shankar - Sr. Product Marketing Manager - Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Sonu Shankar, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Narayan Makaram - Senior Director of Product Marketing & Louis Evans - Product Marketing Manager at Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Narayan Makaram, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Arctic Wolf Networks
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    - Understand the importance of detection and response in the kill-chain for each attack vector
    - Discover how Arctic Wolf Networks (AWN) CyberSOC works to provide the essential components to protect against each of them

    Register now to understand the different ways an attacker may cause harm to you and your business and how to defend yourself moving forward.
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    Dinah Davis, VP Research & Development - Arctic Wolf Networks
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    - How do you detect and respond to a ransomware attack?
    - What is coming next in the world of ransomware?

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    About our key speaker:

    Dinah Davis is the VP of R&D at Arctic Wolf Networks, responsible for the development of the AWN CyberSOCTM product. Dinah holds an M. Math in cryptography from the University of Waterloo. She has over 16 years of experience in the tech industry with time spent as a Security Software Developer at the Communications Security Establishment Canada and BlackBerry, and as a manager at TrustWave and D2l. Dinah is also the founder of Code Like a Girl, a publication whose goal it is to change society’s perceptions of how women are viewed in technology, which has over 36,000 subscribers and a vibrant online community.
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    Ryan LaSalle, Global Managing Director, Growth & Strategy - Accenture Security, Narayan Makaram - Arctic Wolf
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    By attending, you’ll:

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    - Discover what security functions can be handled by third parties and what should be kept in-house
    - Recognize how to avoid common pitfalls of working with third parties
    - Get a peek into how the market is changing, what type of security functions third parties will be providing in the future, and how to prepare for it

    Save your seat now to learn more!
  • What Are The Impacts of a Financial Services Data Breach Recorded: Sep 13 2018 3 mins
    Todd Thiemann, Director Product Marketing - Arctic Wolf Networks
    In this webinar clip, we dive into the impact a data breach can have for financial institutions. With smaller IT teams, regional banks and credit unions face similar security and compliance burdens to what larger, well-resourced financial institutions carry. So, what can you do if breached?

    To hear more from our security experts and how to solve the financial services security talent shortage with managed detection, click here: http://bit.ly/2x9qHda
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