Date: Thursday 6th October 2016
Time: 8:30 am -10:00 am
Venue: Hawksmoor Guildhall, 10 Basinghall Street, London, EC2V 5BQ
Nearest Tubes: Bank, Moorgate or St Pauls.
Register to join the October Breakfast Club with Andy Skrei, former Information Security Lead at eBay at the Hawksmoor Guildhall.
Andy will be discussing User Behaviour Analytics (UBA) in the real world. He will be speaking about his experiences leading eBay’s SOC, the major problems the team were confronted with and how Exabeam’s User Behaviour Analytics Platform helped to overcome these challenges.
Examples of how Andy used Exabeam at eBay to catch various Red Team activities will be shared as well as some of the common response tactics to speed up alert triage.
Now Andy develops and deploys security solutions for the SOC and has helped organisations realise how UBA can quickly help mature overall detection and response capabilities. At breakfast he will also be sharing some of the benefits he is seeing his customers encounter related to logging health issues and detecting network configuration changes.
This briefing is suited to C-level executives, including CIO’s, CISO’s, Heads of Information Security, Security Architects and Cyber Security Managers interested in reviewing user behaviour analytics, tactics and remediation steps.
Cyberseer are skilled in advanced threat detection supporting FTSE 100 companies. Our Analysts, in conjunction with machine learning tool sets discover and investigate malicious human driven attacks as well as unfolding malicious machine threats. At this event we explore how UBA tools can thwart security attacks. Having early indicators of questionable behaviour by users, systems and devices, Security Analysts can gain valuable direction to determine whether a security problem requires attention.
9:00am User Behaviour Analytics (UBA) in the real world by Exabeam
Places are limited – please register to avoid disappointment. All places will be confirmed by the Cyberseer team before arrival. All confirmed attendees will have a breakfast catered for them.