Designing an Effective SOC – Ponemon Institute
Part I: Economics of Security Operations
In this first installment of the webinar series, learn which variables of the SOC contribute to overall ineffectiveness and worsening ROI, and explore new methodologies that address those issues.
*Cost comparison of In-house SOC vs. Outsourced SOC
*The cost of skill attrition and hiring
Proactive Security Strategies & Best Practices
Join leading security experts as they discuss the safest ways to protect your organization in 2019 and beyond. Join this Q&A panel to learn more about:
* Key organizational benefits to practicing proactive security
*Technologies powering security
*Best practices and recommendations for a more secure organization
Sean Webb, Information Security Manager, Patriot One Technologies Inc.
Michelle McLean, Vice President of Product Marketing, StackRox
Michelle Drolet, CEO & Co-Founder, Towerwall
Chris Calvert, VP of Product Strategy, Respond Software
Designing an Effective SOC
Part II: How to Build an Efficient & Effective SOC
Today’s SOC models provide two options: build a labor-intensive in-house SOC or outsource to an MSSP.
In this talk we’ll discuss:
*Blueprint for designing a modern SOC
*Using software to increase efficiencies and improve morale
*Covering more event data without breaking the bank
*Validating ROI to senior executives and the board
3/19 Top 7 Best and Worst Ways to Avoid Alert Fatigue
Ultimate Windows Security
So many alerts and most are false positives. Alert fatigue is real and it’s dangerous. It’s dangerous because you will suffer attrition of highly skilled SOC analysts if they are unhappy. Yet the immediate risk is fear that the SOC team will miss “the big one.” A good SOC analyst is happy when they are hunting – not just monitoring consoles.
So, in this real training, we cover:
- High fidelity escalations
- Data stitching
- Normalized event stream
- Dynamic baselines
- Feedback loop
3/25 Balancing the Security Workforce
As part of The (Security) Balancing Act series with Diana Kelley, Chris Calvert joins her to discuss how organizations are addressing the cybersecurity skill shortage. Viewers are encouraged to ask questions during the live Q&A.
Join this episode to learn more about the challenges and solutions when it comes to balancing the security workforce.
*Security skills shortage: Myth vs. Reality
*Top challenges for security teams
*Addressing burnout and analyst fatigue
*How machine learning can help
*Areas where people are better than AI
*Removing obstacles and attracting new talent
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