Cyber Security Readiness Day with Splunk

July 30th 2024 | 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM EST

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Event Overview

The rapid evolution of technology is presenting formidable challenges for security operations (SecOps) teams. As they navigate the complexities of monitoring hybrid, cloud, and on-premises technology stacks, often dependent on third-party applications, the attack surface gets more vulnerable. This complexity obscures visibility, making it difficult for defenders to detect, investigate, and respond to unseen threats.

Join Splunk Security experts during this half-day event and better understand how to shield your organization from security threats. 

Network with your peers while joining in discussions that will focus on CISCO Cyber Readiness, how to unleash the power of data; the importance of developing a data-driven approach to compliance; as well as Best Practices to Fight Emerging Threats in a growing world of AI.

Space is limited, so don’t miss out! Reserve your seat today.

Venue

Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport

Tom Field

Senior Vice President, Editorial, ISMG

Michael Gutsche

Security Advisory Lead, Splunk

Fireside Chat: CISCO Cyber Readiness

Cyber Readiness Solutions go beyond product. It is imperative organizations effectively operationalize cyber sec. capabilities in concert with these elements.

This fireside will explore effective methodologies for creating Cyber Readiness at scale. Hear from security expert, Michael Gutsche, on how you too can scale success and reduce risk in your organization.

Tom Field, Senior Vice President, Editorial, ISMG

Michael Gutsche – Security Advisory Lead, Splunk

Matthew Joseff

Security Advisor, Splunk

Solution Room: Experience Power of Data

Explore the world of data through your senses and learn how to search for anomalous behavior, transactional anomalies, and leverage Machine Learning (AI) to experience data.

Matthew Joseff – Security Advisor, Splunk

Tony Pierce

Field CTO, Splunk

Solution Room: A Data Driven Approach to Compliance

GRC is a fundamental part of any ecosystem but by applying a Data to outcome approach and leveraging the data that is already in the Data logging and SIEM suites allows you to achieve compliance over time results and reporting to internal and external auditors. With the new SEC requirements, it is even more important to maintain a data driven approach to GRC outcomes.

Tony Pierce – Field CTO, Splunk

Michael Gutsche

Security Advisory Lead, Splunk

Working Lunch & Solution Room: AI - Best Practices to Fight Emerging Threats

Learn best practices to define responsible AI adoption, roles and responsibilities. Discover domain-specific security and observability use cases for driving digital resilience outcomes. Gain insights on the future of AI and implications for your strategy today.

Michael Gutsche – Security Advisory Lead, Splunk

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