CyberProof's highly experienced team joins forces with industry influencers to lead five sessions that dive into the most pressing issues facing our industry including the critical components of a modern SOC, leveraging threat hunting and threat intelligence during ransomware attacks and adapting your detection and response workflows to keep pace with the changing landscape.
How can organizations adopt cloud-native cyber defense without the complexity and costs associated at two distinct stages of the transformation journey (migrating from legacy systems to Azure Sentinel or already invested in Microsoft Security stack but need to optimize)?
In this session, Microsoft's CSA Ken Malcolmson and CyberProof's Cloud Security Solutions Architect Team Leader Saggie Haim will discuss cloud security transformation, including: cloud-native vs on-premises and cloud-based, and key priorities when securing multi-cloud environments.
Security operations has become more difficult than ever before as rapid changes to business’ IT infrastructure create new attack surfaces. Security teams are being pressured to optimize and future-proof their cyber defense architecture, so in what should you prioritize your investments as you evolve your cyber defense architecture?
In this session, CyberProof’s CEO Tony Velleca and VP of Strategy Bruce Roton outline the key pillars of a modern SOC that will allow you to adapt as your business and threat landscape conditions change, including: cloud-native security monitoring infrastructure to scale to big data requirements of enterprises, adapting to new threats in an agile way with the Use Case Factory model, enabling collaboration between specialist teams in the SOC, and how bots can enable humans.
Ransomware continues to be one of the most damaging forms of cyber crime being used by threat actors, but their approach has been changing in recent years. It is therefore crucial to understand how these attacks are executed and what subsequent measures should be taken. We have created a special simulation to show you how easy it is to fall victim to ransomware and will provide some best practices to help you prepare.
How do the threat hunting team and the Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) team collaborate in real time during a ransomware attack? What are the key points that need to be investigated and what process is taken to obtain answers quickly when time is short?
In this session, we’ll look at how these two expert teams at CyberProof worked together in a recent ransomware incident to quickly get to the root of questions such as: What was the initial attack vector used? Was the exfiltration accomplished? Do the threat actors still have access to the network? Learn more in this session by CyberProof’s Asaf Haski, Senior Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst, and Karina Daniel, Cyber Threat Hunter.
To stay ahead of the ever-changing threat landscape, security teams need a way to continuously tune their threat detection and response capabilities. In this session, we’ll introduce an agile methodology that can be used to understand your current threat coverage and adapt detection and response workflows as your business and threat conditions change.
We’ll share insights and deep dive into how cyber threats are rapidly evolving an ever-changing digital landscape.
SOC experts will demonstrate what global organizations and security leaders must do to achieve maximum cyber defense and operational efficiency.
From cloud security transformation to better understanding ransomware threats, we will provide solid tactics to better optimize your SOC, so make sure you reserve your spot today!
Security experts will conduct a deep-dive analysis on how to optimize SOC operations for faster, more effective incident detection and response.
Here’s a peek into what you will learn:
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