Overwhelmed by alerts? Prioritising and Rationalising Threat Notifications in the Security Operations Centre
Event submitted on Tuesday, March 9th 2021, approved by Content Team ✓
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A security operations centre (SOC) will deliver uninterrupted monitoring of an organisation’s IT network, computers, servers, databases, applications, security systems, internet traffic and all other components within the digital infrastructure. Any incidents detected will be investigated and analysed promptly, with alerts raised and immediate action taken to minimise the risk of operational disruption from a potential security breach. An effective SOC is relatively self-contained, is well equipped with the latest monitoring, analytical tools and will be operated 24/7 by a specialist team of highly experienced cybersecurity professionals.
What you will learn from the webinar:
• What kind of organisations need a SOC?
• Key considerations when setting up a SOC
• How your SOC can quickly grow unfit for purpose
• Different cyber SOC strategies for setting alerts and prioritising
• How to regain control of your SOC
Who are QinetiQ?
With a unique heritage as part of the UK Ministry of Defence, QinetiQ has the longest established dedicated penetration testing team in the world. For nearly three decades, the QinetiQ IT Security Health Check team has assisted Government, Law Enforcement, Defence, Enterprise customers and SMEs by expertly simulating attacks against their systems and networks. They have expertise in every sphere of their discipline including Infrastructure, Application, Wireless and Emerging Technologies testing.
Luke Ager – Chief Technical Officer, Cyber Security. Luke joined QinetiQ in Feb 2019 and is responsible for Technical Strategy and delivery of services to QinetiQ Cyber & Intelligence customers in both the Defence and Commercial industries. To date this has included the transformation of Cyber services into scalable cloud platforms and agile delivery models that provide assurance to QinetiQ customers. He has a wealth of experience in Security Operations and Incident Response spanning over a decade of hands on operational roles. Prior to joining QinetiQ, Luke was a Director at Raytheon where he developed and ran a Gartner Magic Quadrant recognised Managed Detection and Response service. Luke is a recognised thought leader in Security Operation design and implementation and has developed world class capabilities across Europe, the Middle East and North America.
Nathan Timbrell – Senior Sales Manager, Enterprise Cyber. Nathan has been working on strategic cyber engagements for nearly 7 years across a variety of industries, he has a strong in-depth knowledge of working with both CNI and commercial clients forging strong partnerships to help support organisational cyber transformation projects.