Big Data for Cybersecurity

Big Data for Cybersecurity

The Splunk platform harnesses all kinds of machine generated data and makes it accessible, usable and valuable to everyone within your company. Insights from machine data can help with security, compliance, fraud and insider threat detection, as well as support IT operations, application development or business analytics use cases.

Stop by booth #B20 to speak to Splunk security experts and see live demos of the Splunk platform as well as key apps including the Splunk App for Enterprise Security, PaloAlto, Fireye, Cisco Security and many more. Learn how to quickly identify, investigate, and respond to internal and external threats throughout your organization. Oh, and you can pick up one of our famous Splunk t-shirts too! At the Splunk Booth (B20) you can also get hands on by navigating through the darkness of machine data in an interactive game. Exploring machine data was never more fun!

Splunk presentations in the Cyber Innovation Showcase include:

Tuesday 2nd June – 15:55 – 16:20, Cyber Innovation Theatre

Best Practices for Scoping Infections and Disrupting Breaches

Monzy Merza, Chief Security Evangelist, Splunk

Join this session where Monzy Merza will discuss the specific data sources and capabilities required to determine the scope of an infection before it turns into a breach. See a live incident investigation that demonstrates this approach.

Wednesday 3rd June – 15:20 – 15:45, Cyber Innovation Theatre

Splunk: Big Data for Cybersecurity

Joe Goldberg, Security Evangelist, Splunk

Attend this session to see a demo and learn how Splunk, a leading Big Data SIEM, is used by thousands of customers for incident investigations/forensics, known and unknown threat detection, fraud detection, security and compliance reporting, and more.

Thursday 4th June – 10:00 – 10:25, Cyber Innovation Theatre

Active Response: Automated Risk Reduction or Manual Action?

Monzy Merza, Chief Security Evangelist, Splunk

This session will focus on active response from a machine and human perspective. SOC analysts are challenged every day to respond to a glut of security incidents and escalations. What are the business risks versus the risk reduction capability? Which is best suited for interactive behaviours, and which for automation?

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Andy Walker is the IGUANA Business Director within the National Security Division of L-3 TRL Technology, the UK provider of the highest assurance of cyber defence solutions. The IGUANA family portfolio help safeguard your data, networks and reputation by staying one step ahead of the cyber threat. Andy leads L-3 TRL’s Cyber Defence business within the commercial markets and has been with L-3 TRL since his initial appointment as an R&D Programme Manager in 2004. He progressed to Head of R&D projects and during his time in this role, the company’s products received Queen’s Awards for both Innovation and Export. For the last 5 years he has been focussed on the rapid growth of the Cyber Defence business, initially as Service Delivery Director and more recently as a Product Director. Prior to joining L-3 TRL, he worked for the US Telco AT&T Business, leading the international team that transitioned their largest clients’ networks to AT&T management. He moved to AT&T after 16 years commissioned service in a variety of management roles within the British Army. Andy is a member of the techUK Defence & Security board and a Chartered Engineer with a Masters in Military Electronic System Engineering.

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