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Intelligence-Driven Security: How Data Analytics is Rapidly Changing the Security Landscape…

ISSA Connecticut Chapter

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 from 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)

Intelligence-Driven Security: How Data Analytics is...

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ISSA Connecticut Chapter Event

The goal of Big Data analytics for security is to obtain actionable intelligence in real time. Although Big Data analytics holds significant promise, there are a number of challenges that must be overcome to realize its true potential.

According to Gartner, “Enterprise Security Intelligence (ESI) is a concept that recognizes security intelligence as an explicit enterprise deliverable, and designates it as a strategic security objective for enterprise IT security and risk management. ESI aims at increased accuracy and breadth of security detection and protection, as well as optimal security and risk management.”   

How is the usage of Big Data—both in a security context and with respect to vendor integrations—supporting the notion of ESI in the short and long term?  

Big Data is now being leveraged for the protection and integrity of human-generated content; for detecting advanced persistent threats, for endpoint security, network security, netflow monitoring (to identify botnets), and of course for broader enterprise event analytics (ITSM/Security).  How will analytics-based security products come together holistically to better protect the enterprise and maintain data integrity?

And where do your existing security products fit in, such as the SIEM, enterprise antivirus, and network monitoring?

 Please join us for this highly topical security event dedicated to fostering professional security development in the most current and rapidly evolving areas of enterprise security. We are excited to offer our members many benefits in attending this session including:

  • Complimentary attendance for ISSA, OWASP and InfraGard Members
  • Complimentary attendance for Security Professionals and Security Meetup Groups in Connecticut
  • RAFFLES and GRAND PRIZE RAFFLE

 

Lunch provided and Parking is included with registration.

Event Sponsors:  CounterTack  |  Nexthink  |  Sumo Logic  

Chapter Sponsors: Tufin, Tripwire, Radware, CounterTack, Nexthink, Sumo Logic

Seating limited to first 125 registrants.

This event is eligible for 3 CEUs or CPE credits.

Have questions about this event?  Contact: president@issa-ct.org 

Peter Vogt - President

Information Systems Security Association

Connecticut Chapter

203-981-9170

president@issa-ct.org

Have questions about Intelligence-Driven Security: How Data Analytics is Rapidly Changing the Security Landscape…? Contact ISSA Connecticut Chapter

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Quinnipiac University
York Hill Campus @ Rocky Top Center
305 Sherman Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 from 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)


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ISSA Connecticut Chapter

The Connecticut ISSA chapter is a leading movement devoted to improving information security. Through its membership, ISSA CT helps security professionals learn of information security issues and trends, which promote education, dialog, and leadership. To learn more about the ISSA Connecticut or to become a member please visit www.issa-ct.org

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