Security Visibility at Scale for Dummies

Presented by

Chad Russell, Cyber Security Expert

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Explore how architecting a modern security visibility network infrastructure can help your business adapt to new threats, lengthen the usefulness of your current security system investments, and enhance uptime and availability to drive business assurance. As security threats grow in scope and volume, you increasingly need to ensure complete and timely security visibility down to the packet level. Join Chad Russell, a leading cyber security expert and author of the 2017 “Security Visibility at Scale for Dummies,” as we review the critical highlights from this popular guide. Attend the webinar to: * Understand security visibility basics * Learn the difference between supporting inline and out-of-band systems * Find out what’s involved in optimizing packet flows * Review security visibility use cases The webinar is designed for network & security architects, network operations, and network security specialists. Speaker bio: Chad Russell has been in the cyber security business for over 15 years. He leads and conducts security risk assessments for customers throughout North America. Chad has held numerous certifications including CISSP, CCNP, MCSE, and MCDBA. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

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