While digital transformation technologies have introduced a new urgency to cybersecurity, the recent shift to remote work has made agencies rethink security practices. How do agencies manage a myriad of security initiatives while ensuring they are good stewards of taxpayer dollars and focus on the core mission of managing risk? Innovators are finding that data, as a foundation, can help agencies manage risk better while driving efficacies across security initiatives.
Join Splunk and your Industry peers on November 5th where you’ll hear from public and private sector leaders on how they are leveraging data to mature cyber defenses and pragmatic strategies that keep their organizations safe. At this free, virtual event you will learn about:
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The public sector has to find new ways to work with data at scale, and to secure it in a world of heightened cybercrime and nation-state threats. In this keynote address, Juliana Vida will break down how agencies can best leverage data to stay ahead of their adversaries and why it truly is the foundation for a strong security posture and risk management practices.
This session will discuss what the future of government security looks like and how emerging cybersecurity trends like Zero Trust, TIC 3.0 and machine learning and artificial intelligence can transform cybersecurity, enabling an agency to focus on their mission.
While compliance efforts are mandated and top-of-mind across government and education, the wrong approach can be costly and result in excruciating audits and a failing grade on scorecards. But innovators are leveraging their data and finding, if properly executed, compliance can be seamless, efficient and ensure critical cyber hygiene. This session will cover how the right data-driven approach can help organizations go beyond meeting regulatory requirements and provide a foundation for a robust risk management.
Outdated solutions produce volumes of security alerts, yet security teams struggle to accurately detect high-priority threats because of the amount of noise generated. Compound this reality with compliance mandates, budget uncertainties, as well as staff shortages and skills gaps, and it becomes readily apparent why security professionals are looking for new technologies. This session will showcase real world examples of how having a strong data foundation is the building block to modern security operations.
For years, security managers have faced a host of challenges: too many alerts, a security talent shortage and disparate security tools. The foundation for a strong, mature security operations center (SOC), built on standard security procedures that leverage automation and orchestration, has never been more critical. This session will showcase how security orchestration and automation (SOAR) can be used to streamline people, force multiply your teams and automate processes for greater effectiveness and efficiency.
The legacy approach to security is changing as remote work becomes the new normal and organizations have had to embrace digital transformation quicker than they may have planned. Enter Zero Trust- a new security model that more effectively adapts to the complexity of the modern environment, embraces the mobile workforce, and protects people, devices, apps, and data wherever they’re located. And it’s all a data drive operation. During this session, we will discuss the basics of zero trust, how this fast evolving security paradigm is gaining fans among security teams and how innovators are evolving along their zero trust journeys.
If Cloud is the platform for innovation, analytics is the engine and data is the fuel. During this closing session, we’ll sit down with public sector leaders to discuss how data-driven insights in the cloud can accelerate mission success and build a strong foundation for modern security operations.
Deputy Assistant Director
Director, Solutions Marketing
Cyber Automation Lead
Booz Allen Hamilton
Cyber Security Manager
Vice President of Engineering and Technology
Director of Enterprise Network Management
Bureau of Information Resources
U.S Department of State
Sales Engineering Manager
Chief Information Security Officer
Minnesota Judicial Branch (MJB)
Chief Technical Advisor – Public Sector
Director Sales Engineering- Federal
Sr. Solutions Engineer
Sales Engineering Manager
Chief Product Officer