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BRKSEC-3034 - FireSIGHT Network Security Analytics: Finding the needle in the haystack (2015 San Diego) - 2 Hours

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The job of a Network Security Analyst is many faceted, but there are two key analyst functions that effective security solutions need to support. The first involves security data exploration and threat discovery. Identifying individual and related anomalies in a sea of regular network behavior is a constant challenge to network security professionals everywhere. Through both algorithmic techniques and by facilitating human inspection of data, security analytics are the base level tools of the trade. The second aspect is that of story telling. Whether an analyst is quantifying the efficacy of network security solutions protecting assets or identifying attack vectors after a breach, effective security analytics tools that can help build a narrative are key. Attendees will gain exposure to the breadth of security analytics tools provided by the FireSIGHT Management Console and how to leverage them to focus and streamline their security workflows.

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