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Security. Made Smarter.

How to Build a SOC with Limited Resources

This presentation will show you how you can successfully build a Security Operations Center (SOC), even with limited resources. The lecture will first explain the basics of the Cyber Attack Lifecycle and the need to address it end-to-end through an AI and Machine Learning enabled Threat Lifecycle Management framework deployed in the heart of your SOC. The presentation will explain the basics and types of Security Operations Centers, providing details of what successful SOCs require in terms of people, processes, and technology. Finally, the presentation will walk you through a 7-step methodology for building a SOC with limited resources, focusing on tactics to make your rollout smooth and successful. After attending this presentation and reviewing the guide that you will be provided for attending, you should be ready to start planning your own Security Operations Center.

Speaker: James Carder, ‎CISO & VP, LogRhythm Labs
2:15 - 3:00 PM
Location: Garden 4

SOC

Power Your Security Operations Center

If your organization is making do with an informal SOC, you may be facing delays in responding to incidents. You may even fear that incidents are going unnoticed. It’s a dangerous situation.

But there is a solution: building a SOC that automates as much of the SecOps work as possible.

LogRhythm’s SOC white paper illustrates how to fuse people, process, and technology to create a highly effective and efficient SOC—even with limited resources. You’ll learn:

  • What makes a SOC effective
  • How to estimate SOC costs and savings
  • Cost comparisons of various SOC staffing models
  • Steps for building a SOC with limited resources

To get this white paper, complete the form on the “Send Me Content” page and we’ll email you a download link.

SLED

State/Local Government and Education (SLED)

State/local, and education (SLED) institutions continue to be an increasingly attractive target for threat actors. And these institutions face many challenges when it comes to cybersecurity, including complex networks, aging infrastructure, large user base, access control, and sensitive records.

A prevention-centric strategy assumes threats can be blocked at the perimeter, leaving your institution blind to those that do get in. This leaves your team struggling with alarm fatigue as they attempt to distinguish real events from false ones. But Threat Lifecycle Management can help.

To get this white paper, complete the form on the “Send Me Content” page and we’ll email you a download link.

TLM

LogRhythm Threat Lifecycle Management

The Threat Lifecycle Management Framework is a series of aligned security operation capabilities. It begins with the ability to see broadly and deeply across your IT environment and ends with the ability to quickly mitigate and recover from security incidents.

TLM can be easily tailored to help you meet your specific security needs and scale alongside your organization as you mature.

To learn more complete the form on the “Send Me Content” page and we will email you a download link.

CloudAI

Introducing CloudAI

Imagine a world where every process is streamlined and no threat goes undetected. Where your AI-enabled SOC allows your security analysts to focus on high-level decisions that require intuition and creativity. Where your technology outpaces the sophistication and volume of your attackers.

With CloudAI, your team’s threat detection gets faster thanks to analytics that get smarter.

CloudAI applies self-evolving artificial intelligence and advanced machine learning algorithms for security across enormous, cloud-based, centralized datasets.

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