Five SOC Modernisation Stories: How Splunk customers have elevated their SOC

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Kirsty Paine, Ana Arruda, Le-Khanh Au, Lars Wittich, Drew Gibson, and Matthias Maier

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On average, organisations have more than 30 security solutions in place and continue to evaluate, acquire and implement more. Each solution produces a huge volume of security alerts, yet security teams still struggle to accurately detect high-priority threats. Compound this reality with compliance mandates, budget uncertainties, skills gaps and complex hybrid cloud architectures, and it becomes readily apparent why security professionals are looking for new approaches. This is why modernising your Security Operations Center (SOC) to maximize productivity and effectiveness has become a top priority. Splunk’s customers are making inroads in solving the problem. Using real customer stories of SOC modernisation, this webinar will share what customers learned during their SecOps modernisation efforts, including: How Shell elevates their asset and software inventory for enterprise wide vulnerability management What the SOAR playbook looks like at HSBC to free up their analysts Best practices to maintain quality and consistency in detection analytics from Thales – featuring the Splunk ES Morning “Check Checks Checker” Non-technical tips and tricks from the Norwegian Tax Administration What the machine learning pipeline to identify low cardinality events looks like and security use cases at the Israel Ministry of Energy Speakers- Kirsty Paine, Strategic Advisor - Technology & Innovation at Splunk Ana Arruda - Solutions Engineer at Splunk Le-Khanh Au - Regional Sales Manager Security at Splunk Lars Wittich- Senior Sales Engineer at Splunk Drew Gibson - Security Regional Sales Manager at Splunk Matthias Maier - EMEA Director of Product Marketing at Splunk

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