Elastic SIEM Hands-on Workshop

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Elastic is a popular choice for security and security information event management (SIEM). Now, with Elastic SIEM, things are about to get more interesting.

The Elastic Stack offers unique value in identifying security threats and reducing incident response times. We recently introduced Elastic SIEM, the first step towards our vision of what a SIEM product should be. Elastic SIEM leverages the speed, scale, and analytical power of Elasticsearch to drive security operations and threat hunting.

During this session, you’ll get hands-on experience with Elastic SIEM:

✔️Eliminate potential blind spots by converging all your data without limitations on size, source format, or artificial ingestion rate caps
✔️Identify threats more quickly and pivot through data to answer critical questions immediately
✔️Reduce dwell time by alerting on potential threats using relationship analysis and machine learning

For agenda and RSVP please using the following registration page:

https://ela.st/slc-aug-siem-workshop

This workshop is organized by the Elastic Events Team. By registering for the workshop you agree to receive occasional emails that you can choose to opt-out.

Seating is limited. Registration in advance is required. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

The workshop will be followed by meetup "Open Source Network Security Monitoring using Zeek & Elastic" during lunch (12:00PM - 1:00PM) → https://ela.st/den-zeek-meetup

🔹Speaker's Bio 🔹

Matteo Rebeschini is a Security Specialist at Elastic, based out of Boulder, Colorado. Matteo's primary role at Elastic is to help customers on architecting real-time security analytics solutions based on the Elastic Stack. Matteo has 18+ years of experience in the cybersecurity industry covering various roles, from software engineering to technical product management and more recently consulting and solutions architecture. Prior to Elastic, Matteo was a Sales Engineer at LogRhythm, where he covered all Federal agencies.