Threat & Performance Management: 2 Key Data Sources

How Insight Into Network Activity Enables SecOps and NetOps Collaboration

Many of us show up for work on Monday and immediately find ourselves immersed in the analysis of possible threats or performance problems. Much like a scavenger hunt, sometimes the information we’re looking for is close by, even obvious *if* you know where and how to look. You need the right view of suspicious behavior, and end-user experience, in order to validate the issue, understand the scope and impact, and isolate the problem domain. Learn about how you can use two well known, but often under-utilized data sources that can help you succeed in your hunt for answers.

This session will include a live demonstration of how these data sources, combined with advanced and automated analysis techniques, can help SecOps and NetOps teams to collaborate more effectively.

Available:
Wed, Dec 04, 2019 10:00 AM PST / 01:00 PM EST
Duration:
1h 00min

Key takeaways will include:

  • How to leverage data you already have that may be hiding in plain sight
  • How network and security teams can effectively collaborate to track down root cause
  • What type of data is best for different hunting and troubleshooting scenarios

Featured Speakers

  • Ward Cobleigh
    Ward Cobleigh
    Senior Product Manager
    VIAVI Solutions

    Ward Cobleigh, Sr Product Manager for VIAVI Solutions, understands the balancing act between network ops and security that IT pros are facing today along with the challenges they have in solving issues due to limited visibility and complexity. His experience in engineering, product management plus design and marketing give him a unique ability to cut to the heart of the problem and demonstrate solutions that give engineers a sigh of relief. He brings a refreshing bit of humor to the dry, technical topic of network performance management and security threat hunting.

  • Eric Bruno
    Eric Bruno
    Contributing Editor
    InformationWeek

    Eric Bruno is a contributing editor to InformationWeek with more than 20 years of experience in the information technology community. He is a highly requested moderator and speaker for a variety of conferences and other events on topics spanning the technology spectrum from the desktop to the data center.

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