As cyber threats continue to outpace capabilities of security operators, companies are facing the reality of balancing their limited cyber resources with expanding digital footprints. Today’s enterprise security model is based on ever-evolving endpoint security and monitoring technologies that require security teams to sift through a myriad of data and alerts.
While security analytics continue to mature and certainly have their place, incident information exchange and cross-organizational sharing seems to be stuck in 20th century. A growing number of security professionals agree that the most under-utilized information in cyber security today is that of attacks that have already happened.
Watch this webinar to learn how a connected approach towards data applies to different security use cases—and how to increase performance and services in each of these sectors by leveraging connections in data.
Shimon Modi, Director of Product, TruSTAR
Shimon is the Director of Product & Technology at TruSTAR Technology. Prior to TruSTAR, Shimon was with Accenture Technology Labs where he lead cybersecurity initiatives focused on threat intelligence and Internet of Things. Shimon has also served as a technical expert on US National standards for biometrics, and published over 15 technical journal and conference articles. He has also been invited to speak as subject matter expert at IEEE conferences and hacker conferences, including Black Hat & ShmooCon.
Ian Sinnott, Senior Software Engineer, TruSTAR
Ian leads the UI/UX team at TruSTAR and is passionate about empowering users through intuitive access to data. This includes graph visualizations such as the one that will be demonstrated during this webinar.