Hi [[ session.user.profile.firstName ]]

More Clouds, More Problems?

Between 2017 and 2019, the number of application and service outages increased from 25% to 34%. What’s alarming about these outages is that 80% could have been prevented — they were primarily caused by human error, power outages, network problems and configuration issues. Lack of visibility into the IT infrastructure can create a snowball effect of issues — siloed teams and data, and long times between detecting issues, investigating them and restoring services.

According to the latest Uptime Institute survey, half of all workloads are still running on privately owned datacenters, while 25% of surveyed IT practitioners said they would be more likely to put workloads in a public cloud if there were more visibility. Today, IT infrastructures are more complex than ever, and with more distributed components altering the technology stack all the time, new opportunities for outages arise on premises and in the cloud(s).

Join this webinar to get an understanding of:

- Why infrastructure monitoring is more complex than ever in a distributed world
- How your organization can modernize its monitoring practices to get them cloud-ready
- How to predict and prevent outages on premises and in the cloud(s)
- Why it’s important to measure uptime, performance and response time for hybrid architecture
Recorded Aug 5 2020 64 mins
Your place is confirmed,
we'll send you email reminders
Presented by
Marc Serieys, Staff Consulting Engineer & Stephane Estevez, EMEA Senior Product Marketing Manager
Presentation preview: More Clouds, More Problems?

Network with like-minded attendees

  • [[ session.user.profile.displayName ]]
    Add a photo
    • [[ session.user.profile.displayName ]]
    • [[ session.user.profile.jobTitle ]]
    • [[ session.user.profile.companyName ]]
    • [[ userProfileTemplateHelper.getLocation(session.user.profile) ]]
  • [[ card.displayName ]]
    • [[ card.displayName ]]
    • [[ card.jobTitle ]]
    • [[ card.companyName ]]
    • [[ userProfileTemplateHelper.getLocation(card) ]]
  • Channel
  • Channel profile
  • Hacking The Election: The Human Side [Part 1] Aug 20 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    David Morris | Lee Imrey | Midori Connolly | Lance James
    In the age of data collection and targeting by the campaigns, what can we learn from Gen Z? When it comes to data sharing, privacy and security awareness, what has changed in the population mindset since 2016? Are the lessons from the Cambridge Analytica scandal still applicable today? A soft preview of what's to come in the November election.

    Moderator: David Morris, Executive Director at Digital Risk Management Institute

    This episode is part of the Election Hacking Original series examining the threats to democratic elections, the technologies used to power and hijack elections, and what's needed to educate and empower voters before Election Day.
  • Plus de Clouds, plus de problèmes ? Recorded: Aug 6 2020 68 mins
    Stéphane Estevez, EMEA Senior Product Marketing Manager
    Entre 2017 et 2019, le taux de panne des applications et des services est passé de 25 à 34 %. Ce qui est alarmant, c’est que 80 % de ces interruptions auraient pu être évitées : elles ont été principalement causées par des erreurs humaines, des pannes d'électricité et des problèmes de réseau ou de configuration. Le manque de visibilité sur l’infrastructure IT peut créer un effet boule de neige. Avec l’isolement des équipes et des données dans des silos, la détection des problèmes, leur exploration et le rétablissement des services prennent plus de temps.

    Selon la dernière enquête de l’Uptime Institute, la moitié des applicatifs sont encore exécutés dans des datacenters privés, et 25 % des professionnels IT interrogés affirment qu’ils seraient plus enclins à transférer leurs applicatifs dans un cloud public s’ils bénéficiaient d’une meilleure visibilité. Aujourd’hui, les infrastructures IT sont plus complexes que jamais, et avec la multiplication des composants distribués qui modifient la pile technologique en permanence, de nouveaux risques d’interruptions de service apparaissent dans les infrastructures locales et cloud.

    Rejoignez ce webinaire pour comprendre :

    Pourquoi la supervision des infrastructures est plus complexe que jamais dans un monde distribué ;
    Comment votre entreprise peut moderniser ses pratiques de supervision pour les rendre compatibles avec le cloud ;
    Comment prévoir et prévenir les interruptions de service dans les infrastructures locales et cloud ;
    Pourquoi il est important de mesurer la disponibilité, les performances et le temps de réponse dans les architectures hybrides.
  • More Clouds, More Problems? Recorded: Aug 5 2020 64 mins
    Marc Serieys, Staff Consulting Engineer & Stephane Estevez, EMEA Senior Product Marketing Manager
    Between 2017 and 2019, the number of application and service outages increased from 25% to 34%. What’s alarming about these outages is that 80% could have been prevented — they were primarily caused by human error, power outages, network problems and configuration issues. Lack of visibility into the IT infrastructure can create a snowball effect of issues — siloed teams and data, and long times between detecting issues, investigating them and restoring services.

    According to the latest Uptime Institute survey, half of all workloads are still running on privately owned datacenters, while 25% of surveyed IT practitioners said they would be more likely to put workloads in a public cloud if there were more visibility. Today, IT infrastructures are more complex than ever, and with more distributed components altering the technology stack all the time, new opportunities for outages arise on premises and in the cloud(s).

    Join this webinar to get an understanding of:

    - Why infrastructure monitoring is more complex than ever in a distributed world
    - How your organization can modernize its monitoring practices to get them cloud-ready
    - How to predict and prevent outages on premises and in the cloud(s)
    - Why it’s important to measure uptime, performance and response time for hybrid architecture
  • Mehr Clouds, mehr Probleme? Recorded: Aug 4 2020 68 mins
    Ralf Walkenhorst, Senior ITOA Specialist
    Zwischen 2017 und 2019 stieg die Zahl der Anwendungs- und Service-Ausfälle von 25 % auf 34 %. Alarmierend ist, dass 80 % dieser Ausfälle verhindert hätten werden können. Sie waren nämlich vor allem auf menschliches Versagen, Stromausfälle sowie Netzwerk- und Konfigurationsprobleme zurückzuführen. Mangelnde Transparenz bei der IT-Infrastruktur kann nicht nur zu Team- und Datensilos führen, sondern auch für eine verlangsamte Erkennung, Untersuchung und Behebung von Problemen verantwortlich sein.

    Laut der neuesten Umfrage des Uptime Institute wird die Hälfte aller Workloads noch in privaten Rechenzentren ausgeführt. 25 % der befragten IT-Experten gaben jedoch an, dass sie Workloads mit höherer Wahrscheinlichkeit in eine öffentliche Cloud verlagern würden – aber nur, wenn die Transparenz besser wäre. Heutige IT-Infrastrukturen sind komplexer denn je. Und durch die zunehmende Zahl an verteilten Komponenten, die den Technologie-Stack laufend verändern, entstehen immer neue Möglichkeiten für Ausfälle bei lokalen Systemen und in der bzw. den Cloud(s).


    Registrieren Sie sich für dieses Webinar und lernen Sie:

    - Warum Infrastruktur-Monitoring verteilter Umgebungen heute komplexer denn je ist
    - Wie Ihr Unternehmen seine Monitoring-Verfahren modernisieren und auf die Cloud-Nutzung vorbereiten kann
    - Wie Sie Ausfälle bei lokalen Systemen und in der bzw. den Cloud(s) vorhersagen und vermeiden
    - Warum es in hybriden Architekturen wichtig ist, Uptime, Performance und Antwortzeiten zu messen
  • Cinq histoires vraies de modernisation réussie du SOC Recorded: Jul 30 2020 61 mins
    Lionel Gonzalez, Guillaume Malbrand, Yoan Semin and Nabil Kadri
    Des solutions obsolètes produisent un volume important d'alertes de sécurité, mais les équipes qui s’en occupent ont du mal à détecter avec précision les menaces hautement prioritaires en raison de la quantité de bruit. Si l'on ajoute à cette réalité les mandats de conformité, les incertitudes budgétaires, ainsi que le manque de personnel et de compétences, on comprend aisément pourquoi les professionnels de la sécurité recherchent de nouvelles solutions. C'est pourquoi la modernisation des centres d'opérations de sécurité (SOC) pour maximiser la productivité et l'efficacité est devenue une priorité absolue pour les organisations du monde entier.

    Les clients de Splunk font de grandes avancées pour résoudre le problème. Ce webinaire, qui s'appuie sur des témoignages de clients réels qui ont modernisé leur SOC, permettra de partager les principales connaissances acquises par nos clients au cours de leur transformation, notamment:

    - Pourquoi Intel avait besoin d'une surface de travail numérique commune pour son équipe SOC dans sa plateforme d'opérations de sécurité de nouvelle génération ;
    - Comment Airbus repense la cybersécurité dans le cadre de sa transformation numérique, du risque informatique au risque commercial ;
    - Comment Fresenius a automatisé des tâches de sécurité intimidantes dans le SOC et a réussi à communiquer le cyber-risque opérationnel au conseil de direction ;
    - Comment Sopra Steria a utilisé une approche DevOps combinée à l'ouverture de la plateforme Splunk pour automatiser le cycle de travail d'une équipe SOC;
    - Comment la CNAF a établi une visibilité centralisée de toute son organisation en utilisant Splunk en tant que SIEM, afin d’améliorer ses capacités de détection à mesure que de nouvelles menaces apparaissent.
  • 5 Lessons in SOC Modernization: Real Security Transformation Stories Recorded: Jul 29 2020 59 mins
    Matthias Maier, James Hanlon, Rob Farnod, Stefan Bogdanis, George Panousopoulos - Splunk
    Outdated solutions produce volumes of security alerts, yet security teams struggle to accurately detect high-priority threats because of the amount of noise. Compound this reality with compliance mandates, budget uncertainties, as well as staff shortages and skills gaps, and it becomes readily apparent why security professionals are looking for new solutions. This is why modernizing Security Operations Centers (SOCs) to maximize productivity and effectiveness has become a top priority for organizations around the globe.

    Splunk customers are making great inroads to solving the problem. Using real customer stories of SOC modernization, this webinar will share key insights Splunk customers learned during their transformation, including:

    - Why Intel required a common digital work surface for their SOC team in their next-generation Security Operations Platform,
    - How Airbus is rethinking cyber security in the digital transformation journey from IT to business risk,
    - How Fresenius automated daunting security tasks in the SOC and built the stock market index for cyber security,
    - What Norlys achieved within two years with Splunk Enterprise Security and Splunk Phantom, including insights into automation playbooks,
    - How Johnson Matthey transformed security operations from ad hoc and tactical to strategic and compliance-driven.

    Speakers -
    Matthias Maier - Senior Product Marketing Director for Security, Splunk
    James Hanlon - Director of Security Specialization & Advisory, Splunk
    Rob Farnod - Security Specialist, Splunk
    Stefan Bogdanis - Security Specialist, Splunk
    George Panousopoulos - Staff Security Strategist, Splunk
  • Fünf Beispiele für erfolgreiche SOC-Modernisierung Recorded: Jul 28 2020 59 mins
    Udo Götzen, Alexander Pilger, Angelo Brancato, Zachary Warren & Matthias Maier
    Veraltete IT-Security-Lösungen führen zu einer Vielzahl von Warnmeldungen. Dabei haben Sicherheitsteams aufgrund der Menge von Meldungen Mühe, die Spreu vom Weizen zu trennen und wirklich wichtige Bedrohungen genau zu erkennen. Kombiniert man dies mit Compliance-Vorschriften, Budget-Unsicherheiten sowie Personalmangel und Qualifikationslücken, wird schnell klar, warum Sicherheitsexperten nach neuen Lösungen suchen. Das ist auch der Grund, warum die Modernisierung des Security Operations Center (SOC) zur Maximierung von Produktivität und Effektivität für Unternehmen auf der ganzen Welt zur obersten Priorität geworden ist.

    Splunk-Kunden machen bei der Lösung dieses Problems riesige Fortschritte. Dieses Webinar vermittelt anhand realer Kundenberichte über die SOC-Modernisierung wichtige Einblicke und Erkenntnisse, die Splunk-Kunden während ihrer eigenen Transformation gelernt haben. Hierzu gehören:

    Warum Intel innerhalb seiner next-gen Security Operations Plattform eine gemeinsame digitale Arbeitsoberfläche für sein SOC-Team benötigte,
    Wie DATEV sein Security Operations Center mit Splunk und MITRE ATT&CK auf ein neues Level heben konnte,
    Wie Fresenius in seinem SOC umfangreiche Sicherheitsaufgaben automatisierte und den DAX der Cybersicherheit entwickelte,
    Wie Dachser KRITIS-Anforderungen löste und eine Integration mit dem BSI automatisierte
    Wie Swisscom Splunk zum Mittelpunkt ihres Computer Security Incident Response Teams machte.
  • Le succès de la transformation numérique dépend désormais d'une stratégie AIOps Recorded: Jul 23 2020 74 mins
    Stephane Estevez, EMEA Senior Product Marketing Manager
    Le cloud est devenu bien plus qu’un mot à la mode, mais l’AIOps souffre encore de ce statut. Il est temps que cela change, car les opérations informatiques ne peuvent plus être gérées à la vitesse de l’analogique. La plupart des projets de transformation numérique d’aujourd’hui exigent un rythme, une échelle et un volume de données que les Opérations IT ne peuvent simplement pas gérer sans l’aide de l’Intelligence Artificielle (IA) et du Machine Learning (ML).

    Associez cette accélération technologique à ce qui apparaît comme une pénurie de personnel dans les centres de données (61% des participants à une étude de l’Uptime Institute disent avoir des difficultés à fidéliser ou recruter du personnel), et vous comprenez pourquoi beaucoup d’entreprises ont (ou vont avoir) désespérément besoin d’un parcours pragmatique d’adoption de l’AIOps, et d’un changement d’approche.

    Rejoignez ce webinaire et comprenez comment les AIOps et une culture axée sur les données peuvent :

    - Augmenter les capacités des professionnels IT et faciliter leurs tâches ;
    - Résoudre les problèmes métier avant qu’ils ne se produisent ;
    - Faciliter l’analyse des causes profondes en séparant le signal du bruit.
  • Top Threats Campaigns are Facing and How to Address Them Recorded: Jul 22 2020 60 mins
    David Morris | Mick Baccio | Frank Snyder | Lance James
    As the 2020 U.S. presidential election draws near, let's take a look at the top cyber threats campaigns are facing this election cycle and what can be done to address them.

    The lessons can easily be applied to the private sector and enable organizations to take steps toward better security.

    Join this panel to ask your questions and learn more about:
    - Domain spoofing
    - Email threats
    - Information warfare
    - Cyber attacks

    Speakers:
    - Mick Baccio, Splunk
    - Frank Snyder, Yubico
    - Lance James, Unit 221B

    Moderator: David Morris, Executive Director at Digital Risk Management Institute

    This episode is part of the Election Hacking Original series examining the threats to democratic elections, the technologies used to power and hijack elections, and what's needed to educate and empower voters before Election Day.
  • Why Digital Transformation Now Requires an AIOps Strategy To Succeed Recorded: Jul 22 2020 67 mins
    Stephane Estevez, EMEA Senior Product Marketing Manager
    Cloud may no longer be a buzzword, but AIOps still is. This needs to change, now more than ever, as operations can no longer be run at an analog speed. Most of today's digital transformation projects demand a pace, scale and volume of data generation that IT Operations just can't manage without the help of AI and ML.

    Pair this technological acceleration with an apparent data center staff crisis - 61% of respondents to an Uptime Institute survey said they have difficulty retaining or recruiting staff - and many organizations are (or soon will be) finding themselves in desperate need of a pragmatic AIOps adoption path, and shift in mindset. Join this webinar to understand how AIOps and a data-driven culture can:

    - Augment the capabilities of IT practitioners and facilitate their job
    - Solve business problems before they occur
    - Assist root-cause analysis by separating the signal from the noise
  • Erfolgreiche digitale Transformation – Warum eine AIOps-Strategie notwendig ist Recorded: Jul 21 2020 64 mins
    Ralf Walkenhorst, Senior ITOA Specialist
    „Cloud“ ist vielleicht kein ganz so trendiges Schlagwort mehr, „AIOps“ allerdings schon. Und das muss sich unbedingt ändern – heute mehr denn je, denn IT Operations in Analoggeschwindigkeit sind nicht mehr zeitgemäß. Bei den meisten Projekten der digitalen Transformation sind die Anforderungen an das Tempo, den Umfang und die erzeugten Datenmengen so hoch, dass sie ohne KI und Machine Learning gar nicht zu bewältigen sind.

    Zu den rasanten technologischen Neuerungen gesellt sich eine offensichtliche Personalkrise in den Rechenzentren. In einer Umfrage des Uptime Institutes gaben 61 % der Befragten an, sie hätten Schwierigkeiten, Personal zu binden oder zu rekrutieren. Vor diesem Hintergrund denken viele Unternehmen um und suchen jetzt dringend nach einem pragmatischen Weg zur Umstellung auf AIOps (oder werden es sehr bald tun).

    Nehmen Sie an unserem Webinar teil, um zu erfahren, wie Sie mit AIOps und einer datengestützten Firmenkultur Folgendes erreichen können:

    Kompetenzen von IT-Experten erweitern und ihre Arbeit erleichtern
    Geschäftliche Problemen lösen schon bevor sie auftreten
    Kernursachenanalysen unterstützen, indem wichtige Signale aus dem störenden „Rauschen“ herausgefiltert werden
  • Securing the Remote Workforce Recorded: Jun 30 2020 59 mins
    Diana Kelley | David Sherry | Lee Imrey | Nathan Howe
    Remote working has been a growing trend for the last few years, especially in the tech sector. However, the COVID19 outbreak has really pushed businesses to adopt or accelerate their remote integration plans. How has this affected security? What are the steps companies need to take to better protect their remote workforce?

    Join this episode as we explore the security challenges in the time of COVID, why a strong security culture is important, and what steps to take today.
    - What are the security challenges associated with remote working
    - Examples of changes in cyber-attacks during COVID
    - Managing patching, VPNs, and backups for large and small remote workforces
    - How to maintain auditability and visibility
    - How to enable and keep your remote team secure
    - ​Tips for training end users to help themselves
    - Why a strong security culture matters now more than ever

    Panelists:
    - David Sherry, CISO, Princeton University
    - Lee Imrey, Cybersecurity Advisor, Splunk
    - Nathan Howe, Head of Transformation Strategy, EMEA, Zscaler

    This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act series with Diana Kelley. Viewers are encouraged to ask questions during the live Q&A.
  • Improving Detections and Investigations With Security Content and Cloud Recorded: Jun 16 2020 47 mins
    Jade Catalano and Jim Donn, Splunk Inc.
    Security teams spend unnecessary cycles chasing alerts, trying to gather the right data, and even managing infrastructure. How can they create the space needed to develop and execute to a strategic plan? Shifting focus away from lower-level tasks is critical, if you want to significantly improve posture and get better at consistently and effectively dealing with threats and attacks.

    More importantly, there is the challenge of quickly operationalizing new security use cases – at scale and with high efficacy – while answering hard questions from management.

    Join us in this 1-hr On-Demand webinar to learn:

    -- How to shift your mindset away from "reactive, ad-hoc" – and toward "use case-driven"

    -- How to improve the effectiveness of your security program with clearly defined success criteria

    -- How to leverage research-driven security content to scale yourself and your team

    This webinar will provide a range of examples to help you apply these principles in practice – including how a framework orientation can help to reduce the chaos; basic KPIs to get started in detecting advanced threats and out-of-compliance conditions; and contextualizing and responding to specific issues in a more procedural manner.

    Your presenters:
    Jade Catalano
    Sr Product Marketing Manager
    Splunk Inc.

    Jim Donn
    Principal Cloud Architect
    Splunk Inc.
  • Mitigating Cyber Threats in Banking with Next-Generation Platforms Recorded: Jun 10 2020 58 mins
    Courtney Wright, Dr. Neil Katkov and Duncan Ash
    Our digitized world is creating more data than the world has ever seen. In fact, a recent Splunk survey found that 60% of global organizations said the majority of their data was dark, meaning the data is unowned, not captured or analyzed.

    This is where the challenge for cybersecurity comes in. The more data that stays dark, the more opportunities hackers have to hide in the shadows and exploit what we can't see.

    But hidden in this sea of data is a silver lining. With the right platform, data doesn't have to remain dark. By gaining insights from data, financial services institutions can stay ahead of threat actors by investigating, monitoring, analyzing and acting upon their data. Now’s the opportunity for the financial services industry to shift the narrative around security, thereby making it everyone’s responsibility, in order to transform the industry for the better.

    Join our On-Demand webinar for a thought-provoking discussion with Neil Katkov, PhD, Celent and Duncan Ash, Global Financial Services Lead, Splunk to explore the latest whitepaper "Mitigating Cyber Threats in Banking with Next-Generation Platforms."

    -- Learn about the leading cyber threats impacting banks today

    -- Understand the challenges to effective cybersecurity

    -- Explore next-generation platforms as a path forward for banks

    Your presenters:
    Courtney Wright
    Sr Product Marketing Manager
    Splunk Inc.

    Duncan Ash
    AVP Global Financial Services
    Splunk Inc

    Dr. Neil Katkov
    Head of Risk and Compliance
    Celent
  • Election Threats: Ransomware at the State & Local Level Recorded: May 21 2020 58 mins
    David Morris | Lee Imrey | Brett Foy | Lance James
    Crippling ransomware attacks are on the rise and U.S. cities are falling victim at alarming rates. The public sector is especially vulnerable because state and local governments tend to have outdated computer systems and maintain sensitive data which is highly desirable to attackers.

    Join this episode of the Election Hacking series to learn more about the ransomware threat to state and local governments and what this means for the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
    - The year of ransomware
    - How cities and states are coping with the scourge of ransomware
    - The ransomware dilemma: Pay the ransom or fight the infection
    - How AI is enabling - and helping fight - ransomware attacks
    - Ransomware as a threat to democracy

    Moderator: David Morris, Executive Director at Digital Risk Management Institute

    Panelists:
    - Lee Imrey, Cybersecurity Advisor, Splunk
    - Brett Foy, Global Vice President, Engineering, Datrium
    - Lance James, CEO of Unit 221B

    This episode is part of the Election Hacking Original series examining the threats to democratic elections, the technologies used to power and hijack elections, and what's needed to educate and empower voters before Election Day.
  • Approaches for a More Secure Cloud Environment: Prevention and Detection Recorded: May 19 2020 71 mins
    Jade Catalano, Product Marketing; Jose Hernandez, Security Researcher; Rod Soto, Security Research Engineer, Splunk Inc
    Do you have a security cloud strategy? How do you prevent and detect threats against your cloud environments?

    To build a strong security cloud strategy and protect your enterprise cloud, a successful cloud unified security posture is critical, but is not without challenges.We will address these challenges and how to normalize and manage critical data across various cloud services (AWS, Azure, GCP), platforms and product implementations to better prevent and detect against threats. Having a unified security posture across your cloud environments enables better cloud monitoring, threat prevention, compliance management and accelerate detection to contain attacks across multiple cloud environments.

    Learn how to leverage Splunk Solutions across various cloud providers or wherever data lives to solve cloud security challenges:

    •Normalize and manage critical data, prevent misconfigurations and proactively alert
    •Provide analysts with a comprehensive vision of AWS, GCP, Azure security posture
    •Monitor, investigate and detect vulnerabilities in cloud environments
    •Visualize and analyze multi-cloud threat surfaces and vulnerabilities
    •Establish security checks and compliance
    •Enhance tools for cloud auditing across multiple cloud providers"
  • Security Investigation: Restoring Calm from Chaos Recorded: May 13 2020 66 mins
    Jae Lee, Director, Product Marketing, Splunk, Inc.
    Security teams are underfunded, understaffed and overwhelmed by constantly putting out fires. They struggle to deal with threats and attacks, while having to answer hard questions from management. Everyone is demanding detailed, accurate answers about cyberthreats and risk and compliance – and they all need answers NOW.

    So, how useful is it to know that you’re not alone, since others are in the same boat? The answer is “not useful at all.” What IS useful, is knowing how to work smarter and get answers faster.

    Join us in this one-hour technical deep dive and demo to learn:
    •How to analyze events from three common data sources to look for malicious activity
    •How to get more efficient at discovery, triage and the investigation of potential security incidents
    •How to leverage automation methods to accelerate investigations and get answers faster

    This webinar will provide demo examples of how to ask questions of your machine data to get security insights. For example, we will explore whether login behavior looks suspicious the root cause of how an attacker entered your network. We’ll show how you can get to investigative findings quickly and make use of those answers just as quickly. This webinar aims to help security teams learn how to stay focused on solving security problems faster so they can get ahead of it all.
  • Investigate Security Incidents Like a Boss Recorded: May 6 2020 53 mins
    Jae Lee, Director, Product Marketing, Splunk Inc.
    For security teams, having the ability to investigate a security incident quickly and accurately is still the most fundamental skill needed to combat the majority of cyberthreats and attacks. The average organization is being attacked on a weekly basis, without the right processes and tools in place to pinpoint root cause without delay, and put the right countermeasures in place in time to minimize damage.

    Join us in this 1-hour webinar to learn:
    •Why investigating security and non-compliance incidents can be so difficult
    •Why machine data generated by your business is so important to security
    •How to get better at performing investigations -- regardless of the size or skill level of your security staff

    We will provide a methodology to help you align how you think about your organization’s security processes – the goal is to help you develop an investigative mindset that addresses a broad range of security and compliance concerns, in a pragmatic and targeted manner, specific to your own needs.
  • Cyber Threats to Elections Recorded: Apr 28 2020 49 mins
    David Morris | Mick Baccio | Dave Klein | Allison Nixon
    With the 2020 U.S. presidential election on the horizon, what are the biggest cybersecurity threats our democracy is facing? How well is the election infrastructure prepared when it comes to cybersecurity, and what are some steps to take today to strengthen the security posture?

    Join this panel to learn more about:
    - The current government threat landscape
    - Which threats can we expect to see in the next few months?
    - Why visibility into the security posture of election infrastructure is key
    - What's needed to ramp up security quickly?
    - Recommendations for enhancing election security

    Speakers:
    - Mick Baccio, Security Advisor, Splunk
    - Dave Klein, Sr. Director of Engineering and Architecture, Guardicore
    - Allison Nixon, Chief Research Officer at Unit 221B

    Moderator: David Morris, Executive Director at Digital Risk Management Institute

    This episode is part of the Election Hacking Original series examining the threats to democratic elections, the technologies used to power and hijack elections, and what's needed to educate and empower voters before Election Day.
  • Four Stages for Government Security Teams to Manage Risk Recorded: Apr 21 2020 40 mins
    Cam Beasley and Jae Lee
    To achieve comprehensive and effective cybersecurity, organizations first need to understand where they reside on the security maturity curve.

    Gain the insights you need by listening to this webinar, 4 Steps to Government Security, available on demand. Moderated by CSO, the webinar features a fireside chat with Cam Beasley, CISO of the University of Texas at Austin and Splunk, who examine the security challenges facing highly regulated organizations today, and explain how to leverage data from a broad range of sources to improve your security posture.

    Featuring:

    Cam Beasley,
    CISO,
    UT Austin

    Jae Lee,
    Director, Product Marketing,
    Splunk Inc.
Splunk Webinars and Videos
Splunk is the world’s first Data-to-Everything Platform. Now organizations no longer need to worry about where their data is coming from, and they are free to focus on the business outcomes that data can deliver. Innovators in IT, Security, IoT and business operations can now get a complete view of their business in real time, turn data into business outcomes, and embrace technologies that prepare them for a data-driven future.

Embed in website or blog

Successfully added emails: 0
Remove all
  • Title: More Clouds, More Problems?
  • Live at: Aug 5 2020 1:00 pm
  • Presented by: Marc Serieys, Staff Consulting Engineer & Stephane Estevez, EMEA Senior Product Marketing Manager
  • From:
Your email has been sent.
or close