Building a Splunk Security Lab for the Home & Better Beer with Splunk

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Loyalty One

351 king Street East · Toronto, ON

How to find us

Take elevator to the 7'th Floor

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We have 2 Speakers for our September Meeting. After the meeting we will be gathering at Betty's Bar (240 King Street E) for some socializing.

Building a Splunk Security Lab for the Home

David Wells will be showing how to build a home Splunk security lab with an IPS, honeypots, and attack hosts.

David Wells is a security professional working in the field since 2009. His primary focus since 2010 has been SIEM, working with Splunk since 2014. He is currently a manager at PwC for the SIEM implementation team.

Better Beer with Splunk

The science of brewing great beer is more than just the conversion of grain, water, hops and yeast into beer. It is a multi-step process that demands consistency, the elimination of errors and learning from the past. Using machine learning we can go one step further and predict when to transition the fermentation process from one stage to the next to reduce the total time from grain to glass. While brewing beer at home is fun, this presentation covers working examples of Splunk features that are applicable in any simple or complex Industrial IoT Process.

Andrew Silk is the Senior Manager, Information Security Technical Services at the BMO Financial Group. He is also a wicked brew master and very generous to his friends.