Jason Mical, Global Cybersecurity Evangelist, Devo and Arnaud Loos, Technical Account Manager, Siemplify
With cloud-based security controls seeing rapid adoption, amid an increased reliance on remote security operations, the future (and dare we say present) of security operations is the cloud. Unfortunately, many organizations are bogged down by legacy architectures, which is causing SOCs to experience rough terrain on their journey to the cloud.
Cloud-native security solutions can improve and simplify critical SOC use cases such as threat detection, threat investigation and threat hunting. This rings especially true for managed security service providers (MSSPs), which can leverage these technologies to scale operations, expand their portfolio of services and improve customer relationships – all while reducing costs.
Join experts from Devo and Siemplify as we discuss:
Key considerations for building a cloud-based SOC.
How to transform your SOC with cloud-native next-gen security information and event management (SIEM) and security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) tools.
Improving virtual SOC (VSOC) analytics, visualizations and workflows.
Closing the gap between detection and response across complex environments.
Modernizing your portfolio with differentiated services.
JC Vega - Devo, Marene Allison - Johnson & Johnson, Cyndi Gula - Gula Tech Adventures & Mary Frantz - Prescryptive Health
In this panel, JC Vega, CISO at Devo, is joined by three successful security leaders discuss what drove them to join the field, the next innovations they expect to see in cybersecurity and the role CISOs need to play in achieving these innovations by promoting diversity of thought.
Sean Martin ITSP magazine, IAC, Moelis & Co., Devo, and Joseph Blankenship of Forrester Research
In this virtual panel, moderated by Sean Martin of ITSP magazine, cybersecurity industry leaders from IAC, Moelis & Co., Devo, and guest speaker Joseph Blankenship of Forrester Research, discuss:
- A new mindset for evaluating cybersecurity staffing needs based on intellect and motivation vs. certifications and credits
- Recommendations and best practices for improving SOC retention
- The critical role automation can play in reducing analyst burnout and improving SOC effectiveness
- How teams are adapting to 100% remote work in pandemic times
Sean Martin, Moderator from ITSP magazine. Panellists: Jill Orhun, Devo. James Yarnall, Freddie Mac, Haider Dost, Freddie Mac
What distinguishes a highly effective SOC from one that is lower-performing? Survey results from the second annual Devo SOC Performance ReportTM highlight three key attributes that can make or break a SOC’s effectiveness:
- People-first mentality: 67% of high-performing SOCs actively invest in training programs to develop and retain security talent
- Organizational synergy: 73% of high-performing SOCs are strongly aligned with business goals
- Technology adoption: 80% of high-performing SOCs are likely or very likely to invest in new technologies
In this panel discussion, moderator Sean Martin of ITSP magazine is joined by cybersecurity leaders who share their experiences establishing highly effective security teams. The group also discusses key lessons for improving the effectiveness of security operations.
Devo's: Jason Mical, Cybersecurity Evangelist, Duncan Adamson VP EMEA & Dean Robertson, Head of Solution Engineering EMEA
How can we build a path to an easy, cost effective transition to cloud that mitigates disruption? Security operations teams desperately need a simple way to successfully shift to the cloud. Limited visibility—due to shortcomings of legacy monitoring and security analytics technologies—handcuffs teams from making this crucial transition. Security professionals know the value of digital and cloud transformation, but the fear, complexity and mysteries of migrating critical infrastructure and tools make them understandably reluctant to start the journey. In striking a balance between risk mitigation and driving innovation, security leaders recognize that moving away from legacy solutions and to the cloud brings an array of benefits and opportunities, including improving cost efficiency, simplifying operational processes, and reducing staff burnout.
Watch this session featuring Devo's Cyber Security Evangelist, Jason Mical with commentary, discussions and a poll on the topic from Duncan Adamson
VP EMEA, Devo and Dean Robertson, Head of Solution Engineering, EMEA, Devo.
Find out how cloud-native technologies improve visibility for security teams, what the challenges organizations face in their shift to the cloud and why are business leaders reluctant to change.
This session was recorded during the April 2021 Security Summit Europe for CISOs run by Gds.
Jon Oltsik, ESG. Gaurav Begwani, SurveyMonkey. Vincent Laurens, Formerly Euroclear Group. Marc van Zadelhoff, Devo
Organizations are trying their best to tackle the shift to the cloud, which is accelerated by remote work, endpoint proliferation, and the explosion of security-rich data. But 45% of security teams are not aligned with their business counterparts when it comes to this critical transition. And with legacy security solutions still having on-prem data sources, organizations are also dealing with outdated infrastructure.
The unanticipated—and rapid—pace of change in the business environment, which forces IT teams to deploy applications months and years in advance, is driving obsolescence.
In this virtual panel, industry leaders discuss the trends causing the SOC to become obsolete and what is required of a modern SOC team to expedite this digital transformation.
Limited visibility, information overload, and complex toolsets are driving ineffectiveness and ultimately, burnout, for security operations teams. But the next-generation of security analytics and SIEM brings hope.
Join our Next-Gen SIEM Showcase session to learn how Devo is delivering numerous innovative capabilities to drive a new level of analyst productivity and SOC transformation:
- Intelligent context: Benefit from insights and immediate delivery of all relevant evidence for the fastest investigations.
- Analyst-focused workflow: Seamless for analysts and SOCs to use, providing multifaceted automation that optimizes analyst time and helps reduce MTTR.
- Seamless integrations: Centralize all data and leverage deep extensibility to maximize the team’s effectiveness and collect all the relevant information in a single location.
Devo is the only cloud-native logging and security analytics platform that releases the full potential of your data to empower bold, confident action. With unrivaled scale to collect all of your data without compromise, speed to give you immediate access and answers, and clarity to focus on the signals that matter most, Devo is your ally in protecting your organization today and tomorrow.
The Devo headquarters is in Cambridge, Massachusetts and we have our European headquarters in Madrid. Devos are devoted to helping our customers—including the largest financial services, retail, manufacturing, media, technology, and government organizations—gain real-time, actionable insight from their data at cloud scale. Learn more at www.devo.com.