Upcoming commissions: Infosecurity webinars

Currently, I am looking for speakers for the following sessions in May.

Speakers will need to prepare a short presentation (approx 10 minutes) and answer audience questions via the moderator. As ever, we’re looking for CIOs and CISOs, security consultants, academics, analysts and researchers. Presentations will need to be submitted a week before.

Thursday, 5 May, 1500 BST: Planning for SOC 3.0

What is the next-generation Security Operations Centre (SOC)? Security operations are challenged with threat complexity, alert fatigue, prioritization and skill shortage. Security operations are required to be more closely aligned with business processes. A SOC should not only be able to contain an incident, but to manage the complete incident workflow across business units in the entire organization, as well as outside the organization.

In this webinar we will examine the foreseen challenges in managing next-generation security operations and present a case study demonstrating the tools and processes being used by a forward-looking enterprise to prepare for SOC 3.0.

Key takeaways:

  • Which challenges should enterprises prepare for when planning security operations?
  • Which tools and processes do forward-looking enterprises use to build the next-generation SOC?
  • How can enterprises who are not in position to build their own SOC manage security incidents effectively?


  • Thursday 19 May, 1500 BST: SIEM and your Cyber Defense Strategy

    Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is an important piece of any security strategy. It helps organisations to secure intellectual property, meet compliance obligations and ensure availability of key online services by providing valuable insights into threats and attacks. Greater visibility leads to increased detection and faster response to security incidents, reducing risk.

    Deployment and ongoing management of SIEM is often a complex task. Organisations have been known to abandon deployments before reaching full value, putting their security at risk

    This webinar from NTT Com Security and LogRhythm looks at some of the myths and commonly faced issues when deploying SIEM. You will learn how organisations have maximised their investment in SIEM – improving visibility and reducing risk.

    During this hour you will learn:

  • Why SIEM should be a core component of Security Operations (SecOps)
  • How to achieve a good return on investment in SIEM
  • Example of where business context was used to identify critical threats
  • How best to implement SIEM to minimise the risk to your business
  • The importance of good incident management strategy
  • As ever, the best way to contact me about these sessions is by email.

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    About stephenpritchard
    Freelance journalist specialising in business and technology, based in London (UK).

    2 Responses to Upcoming commissions: Infosecurity webinars

    1. Lindsey Lee says:

      Hi Stephen – How are things? Would you consider ECS’s David Calder again? He could talk intelligently on SOC 3.0. As you know, ECS built and ran the SOC for a major finserv company that is viewed by the sector as the SOC to aspire to. Not sure who your client is for that one though?

      Lindsey

      Lindsey Lee Bumblebee PR Lindsey@bumblebeepr.co.uk +44 (0)7766 447897

      From: “stephenpritchard.com” <comment-reply@wordpress.com> Reply-To: “stephenpritchard.com” <comment+ef5up5h_taxfpb31it_7dn@comment.wordpress.com> Date: Monday, 11 April 2016 18:26 To: Lindsey Lee <lindsey@bumblebeepr.co.uk> Subject: [New post] Upcoming commissions: Infosecurity webinars

      stephenpritchard posted: “Currently, I am looking for speakers for the following sessions in May. Speakers will need to prepare a short presentation (approx 10 minutes) and answer audience questions via the moderator. As ever, we’re looking for CIOs and CISOs, security consultant”

      • Hi – I’m really sorry, I missed your comment but comments aren’t the best way to reach me as they only come through if I log in to the blog admin interface. The email address on each post is the best way to pitch a speaker or idea!

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