How strong are your organization’s security defenses?
Join BlackBerry on September 10 and find out how the integration of the Elasticsearch® Logstash Kibana (ELK) stack with BlackBerry® Protect and BlackBerry® Optics gives your security team the edge, with real-time search, analysis, and data visualization across your entire environment.
Tony Lee, BlackBerry VP of Global Services Technical Operations, will be giving a live demo to show how to maximize this integration, covering topics such as:
- Existing integration
- Architecture/ Data flow
- Data ingest options
- Third-party pivots
- Future roadmap
From the perimeter to the endpoint, proactive security monitoring shortens the overall time required to detect and remediate incidents. With this enhanced visibility, security leadership, SOC analysts, and incident responders make better informed decisions to strengthen your organization’s defenses.
The ELK integration helps your security team get the most of your investments. Sign up for this essential security briefing today.
About the Speaker:
VP, Global Services Technical Operations
Tony Lee (@securitysynapse) is the Vice President of BlackBerry Global Services Technical Operations. Tony has more than fifteen years of professional research and consulting experience pursuing his passion in all areas of information security.
As an avid educator, Tony has instructed thousands of students at many venues worldwide, including government, universities, corporations, and conferences such as Black Hat. He takes every opportunity to share his security knowledge as a contributing author to Hacking Exposed 7, and is also a frequent blogger, researcher, and author of white papers on topics ranging from Citrix Security, the China Chopper Web shell, and Cisco's SYNFul Knock router implant.
Over the years, Tony has contributed many tools to the security community such as UnBup, Forensic Investigator Splunk app, and CyBot, the extensible Threat Intelligence Bot framework designed for anyone from a home user to a SOC analyst.