Before being one of the founders of Respond Software, Chris Calvert spent over 30 years in defensive information security. He’s held leadership roles within the Department of Defense and both large and small companies including IBM and HP. He’s built 8 Security Operations Centers (SOCs), 2 for the Defense and Intelligence community, IBM’s first MSS SOC and 5 more across the Global Fortune-20. He’s seen things.
So, when he says it’s time to do things differently in security operations, you should listen. There are limitations to what human beings can do. There are things that machines do much better than us. For example, what analyst can remember a single beaconing event from weeks ago? Software can.
It’s time we came to the realization that reviewing consoles full of security events is one of the things that machines can do better than humans. Plus, machines don’t complain about working the night shift.
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Watch Chris tell you how he’s seen firsthand the need for machines in Tier One security analyst roles and SOC analysis. Security Operations is broken and what we can do about it.
Or learn how the Respond Analyst is helping both large and small companies reduce their security exposure without adding headcount, and see how it would fit into your environment when you Meet the Respond Analyst.Not enough? Find how our security operations software solution works and the thinking behind it here.
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Dan leads Respond Software’s global marketing efforts. Dan has spent 20+ years in the technology industry. Prior to coming to Respond Software, Dan led FireMon's global marketing organization as CMO, ForeScout’s global demand generation, and Product and Services Marketing for HP’s Enterprise Security products group. He has held product marketing, business development, and strategy management roles with Symantec, Cisco Systems, Electronic Arts, and Ernst and Young.View all posts by Dan Lamorena