Traditional SIEM providing log collection, correlation based on rules and workflow management is no longer effective in detecting advanced attacks. With the advent of Analytics, automation of threat intelligence and improvement in collaboration leaves a thought whether the SIEM is dead or evolving into a platform. In this webinar we will look at the evolution of the SIEM into an integrated platform to provide network anomaly, analytics, threat intelligence integration and its automation and a framework for managing next generation SOC to detect advanced attacks and its monitoring and improvement to keep abreast of latest attacks and keep pace with the changing threat landscape.
Attend this session to hear directly from Chandra Prakash Suryawanshi, SVP and Head of Aujas for India and APAC on:
- The threat landscape and how existing monitoring and response capabilities are ineffective in detecting and responding to advanced attacks
- How an integrated approach can improve monitoring capabilities and prepare an organization for detecting and responding to advanced attacks
- How analytics and intelligence can be added to security monitoring program
- Concept of Co-Managed SOC and benefits in managing next generation SOC capabilities
SIEM technology is good for collecting logs from desperate systems and aid in correlation and compliance but limits the analytical capability for threat detection, automation of run books, forensic and its ability to keep pace with business use cases and lastly unable to query retained collections for performing analysis.
Next Generation SOC
Next Generation SOC have the base from SIEM as a platform with ability to perform analytics on large volume of data, both logs and transactional and provide visualization capabilities. They integrate with organizations Vulnerability Management system to provide view of critical assets, vulnerabilities, threat data and incidents to prioritize remediation. They also automate threat intelligent feeds for actionables and take feeds from multiple point security tools to provide a single pane of glass for security posture.
Next Generation SOCs are pro-active, leverage multiple detective and monitoring capabilities, work with known and unknown threats and have ability to automate incident validation and responses.
This is a continuous process and effective monitoring and management of technology, use cases, analytical capabilities and responses and simulations are the heart of running a successful next generation SOC. Learn what it takes to stay ahead of latest and advanced threats and stay protected.
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|3:05Pm to 3:15Pm:||Introduction to Webinar|
|3:15Pm to3:45Pm:||Presentation by Aujas Networks|
|3:45Pm to 3:55Pm:||QnA|
|3:55Pm to 4:00Pm:||Vote of Thanks & Concluding Remarks|
Chandra Prakash Suryawanshi SVP and Country Head – Security Services, Aujas Networks Pvt Ltd
Chandra Prakash Suryawanshi is a Senior Vice President, working with Aujas Networks and comes with over 16 years of experience in solving client’s problems in Information Security and Risk Management discipline across 9 countries. Chandra Prakash is an MBA in Information Science from Hartford University, USA and is certified CISSP, CISA, SANS GSEC, ISO 27001 LI and BS 25999 LA professional.
Adeesh Sharma Executive Editor, PCQuest
After a long association of 10+ years with the PCQuest magazine, Adeesh now heads the content creation and visualisation team. He also works directly with the marketing, sales and events teams to organize forums, set up agendas, deliver presentations, moderate panel discussions and interact regularly with CXOs from medium to large enterprises, amongst other audience. An electronics engineer by education, he’s been associated with the IT media industry since the last 16 years for both online, digital and print media.