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6 Lessons for Cyber Threat Hunters

Hunt teams are relative newcomers within the security operations domain. Many companies say they are doing “hunt” but when we dig deeper, we find the capabilities are ad hoc, with no measurable indicators of success nor formal organizational support. That means hunt teams are growing in popularity and use, but there is no “gold standard” yet for how they work. With increasing scarcity of skilled resources in cyber security and lack of efficient tools, it is challenging to build successful hunt practices inside an organization. 

Join this on demand webcast to:
• Gain a clear understanding of the current challenges of hunt and investigation procedures
• Learn how to build “hunt” capabilities that search for security breaches
• Increase speed, simplicity and effectiveness across the entire workflow of hunt and investigation with ArcSight’s new solution

Mary Writz is a seasoned professional with more than 15 years of experience in cyber security and, under her services leadership role, her team filed 9 patents and built a successful hunt practice with a focus on Big Data, machine learning and visualization. Alona Nadler is a senior product manager for ArcSight with a background in Big Data analytics platform.

Watch on demand: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/7477/254817?utm_campaign=channel-feed&utm_source=brighttalk-portal&utm_medium=web

 

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