Modernizing your SOC for the Cloud Age Starts with Security Foundations

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Dimitri McKay, Principal Security Specialist, Splunk | Taylor Williams, Professional Services Director, Zivaro

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When all data is security-relevant, it’s difficult to know where to start. Getting started requires decisions, but without quality data you’re simply guessing. Bad data in, is bad data out. Getting the most from your data and security solutions can help ensure you get the answers you need to make more informed decisions in order to take action. In this webinar, we cover security best-practices for properly configuring environments and data to get started building a strong data foundation for your cloud security. After all, data quality is the foundation of becoming a data-driven organization in this digital transformation. No matter how mature your organization or where you are in your security or cloud journey, having a strong data foundation is the building block to modern security operations. Whether you've started a digital transformation, recently installed Splunk Cloud -- Or maybe you’re looking to onboard data, explore new security use cases, or make sure you have a strong security foundation at every stage of your cloud journey. Join us for to learn best practices on how to: - Optimize and onboard data sources: Cisco ASA, AWS CloudWatch, Microsoft, Linux and more - Optimize data collection - Configure security systems, data forwarding - Get the most value from Splunk's security solutions - Leverage Splunk apps to extend the value on Splunk solutions

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