On demand webcast
In an effort to transform themselves and be more effective, SOCs are including network security monitoring in the data they collect for incident response and threat hunting. However, the legacy systems they currently use can’t effectively analyze the petabytes of data which has led some SOCs to acquire point products to address this, unsuccessfully. Furthermore, traditional sources of network data such as netflow don’t provide enough detail to answer critical questions. This means they have a data visibility gap which leaves them exposed to security breaches and makes threat hunting difficult.
This webinar will show how Corelight and Devo can take your SOC to the next level by allowing your security analysts to dramatically reduce MTTR using network security data. They can accomplish this by using Corelight combined with Devo to obtain a practitioner designed workflow that combines NTA data with entity context and threat intelligence.
Chris is a passionate product marketing professional with over thirty years’ B2B experience in product marketing, product management, sales enablement, channel sales and marketing, as well as direct and pre-sales. At Devo, Chris is responsible for security product marketing, especially Devo Security Operations. His experience ranges from startups to large companies such as Akamai, RSA Security, and CA Technologies.
Chris received his B.S. in Management with Computer Applications from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Ed Smith is Senior Product Marketing Manager at Corelight and has seven years experience working in the cyber security industry representing IaaS, DevOps, and vulnerability management solutions, including his most recent roles as Director of Marketing at CloudPassage and Senior Product Marketing Manager at Tripwire.
Jason Mical is probably best known as the “Father of the SilentRunner® technology”, the industry’s first full packet capture, network forensics solution of its kind, developed by the NSA and Raytheon. He is also the co-creator of the Resolution1/Fidelis Endpoint Platform, the industry’s first EDR solution. He assists clients in such areas as electronic intercepts, intrusion analysis, malware eradication, forensic investigations, incident response, security standards and guidelines. Jason also offers his expertise and consulting services to clients and other audiences on issues of both cyber and physical security investigations.
Jason has more than 30 years of experience in telecommunications fraud prevention, physical security management and cyber security investigations. During his career, he has developed and implemented overall cyber security, physical security, forensic investigation and fraud control programs for several global organizations and managed lawful interception operations to support federal agencies. He has developed security and fraud awareness training seminars for employees in private industry, as well as federal, state and local law enforcement.
Jason has been a member of the FBI Infraguard, United States Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force, ISSA, HTCIA, ASIS, ANSIR and CTIA Fraud Task Forces.