Webinar – Rock Your SOC (Security Operations Center) with Watson for Cyber Security

In today’s threat environment, given the sophistication and increase in cyber-attacks, security analysts must investigate and accurately identify threats on a daily basis to detect and stop threats in time before damage is caused. During an investigation, analysts need to pivot on multiple data sources such as threat feeds, security blogs, research articles, talking to peers and more. It can quickly become overwhelming when an analyst needs to investigate each incident in 20 minutes or less just to keep up with current alerts. Inaccuracies can creep in while they are simultaneously navigating and correlating information from multiple sources.

With the cognitive power of Watson for Cyber Security, analysts can now use QRadar Advisor with Watson to investigate incidents compiled by the QRadar security analytics platform and provide key insights to qualify and identify root cause of the incident.

Watch this webinar to see how a Tier 1 and Tier 2 SOC analyst uses QRadar Advisor with Watson to accurately identify and understand threats at speed and scale. See the complete lifecycle of an investigation in the SOC from when an offense is compiled by QRadarsecurity analytics platform to how you can use the results from the investigation from Watson to shutdown threats.

Carlos Aguilera, Global Security Solutions Architect
At IBM, Carlos helped create and shape the Manage SIEM service practice. In his current role as a Global Security Solutions Architect, he is responsible for communicating, shaping, and developing the services to best answer enterprise client needs. Carlos applies creative thinking and lessons learned through his tenure at IBM to offer solutions to complex problems for his clients. Recently Carlos devotes most of his time working on cognitive technologies such as QRadar Advisor Watson for Cyber Security or Havyn (cognitive security assistant).

Chris Hankins, CISSP, is the Offering Manager for Cognitive Security within the IBM Security Business Unit
Chris leads the IBM North America technical practice for cognitive security. Using his experience as a security analyst and architect, he leverages his expertise in cyber operations, forensics, threat intelligence, incident response and cognitive security to help organizations address strategic and operational initiatives within their security program, address sophisticated threats, and improve the overall risk posture of the business.

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Transforming the Cisco WAN with Network Intelligence

Branch office networks and the enterprise WAN are in a state of dramatic transformation. The joint solution between ThousandEyes and Cisco integrates Network Intelligence with Cisco ISR 4000 and ASR 1000 routers. Learn how the integrated solution lets you repurpose existing infrastructure to build an intelligent and cloud-aware WAN.
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Network Device Monitoring with ThousandEyes

ThousandEyes integrates monitoring and visualization of device health, end-to-end network paths and the performance of your internally hosted and cloud applications in one place. Identify critical dependencies in your internal network and monitor how device health impacts application performance.
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The Guide to Network Intelligence

The network your company relies on is far more complicated, more vulnerable and more hidden from your view than ever before. Network Intelligence is a modern approach to managing today's network that provides true end-to-end visibility across all the networks and connected devices. This guide explains why Network Intelligence is useful for modern networks and how it is implemented.
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Mobility in the Age of Big Data: Analytics, Data, and Devices: Part 3 – Managing Enterprise Mobility: In-house vs. Managed Services

In our increasingly data-driven world, the need for timely access to actionable information can make the difference between business success and failure. The difficulty managing the data deluge, including social media, video, and explosive growth in unstructured data, is amplified by the concurrent increase in the number and variety of mobile devices that users demand for access and collaboration.

This TechBytes series, sponsored by Panasonic and produced by Slashdot Media, looks at the impact that data analytics has on an increasingly mobile workforce, why managing devices and analytics tools continues to vex many organizations, and what businesses should be doing now to address these challenges to remain competitive. We’ll also take a special look at industries that demand mobile computing in challenging environments, such as field services, transportation, logistics and manufacturing.

Viewers will learn:

  • How and why investments in analytics continues to grow
  • What impact analytics has on mobile workers including increased productivity
  • How linking field workers with big data collection increases customer insights
  • How enterprise industries such as field services, transportation and logistics, and manufacturing are being revolutionized by deploying mobile computing devices to its workforce
  • How the right mobile strategy can drive productivity increases
  • When ruggedizing a mobile workforce segment makes sense
  • Managing mobility: in-house versus managed services
  • Don’t hesitate, register now for this TechBytes series to help ensure the intersection of mobility and data analytics brings business rewards to your organization.

    About the presenter:

    Jim Dempsey is a National Sales Manager at Panasonic where he focuses on developing and managing Panasonic's resellers and ISV partnerships. His team’s primary focus is on Panasonic’s Toughpad line of rugged handheld and tablet products. The team works closely with Panasonic’s field sales teams and partners to facilitate joint demand generation and focuses on verticals such as retail, logistics, manufacturing, transportation, utilities, public safety and federal sectors.

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Mobility in the Age of Big Data: Analytics, Data, and Devices: Part 2 – Creating a Mobile Platform for workers in rugged environments

In our increasingly data-driven world, the need for timely access to actionable information can make the difference between business success and failure. The difficulty managing the data deluge, including social media, video, and explosive growth in unstructured data, is amplified by the concurrent increase in the number and variety of mobile devices that users demand for access and collaboration.

This TechBytes series, sponsored by Panasonic and produced by Slashdot Media, looks at the impact that data analytics has on an increasingly mobile workforce, why managing devices and analytics tools continues to vex many organizations, and what businesses should be doing now to address these challenges to remain competitive. We’ll also take a special look at industries that demand mobile computing in challenging environments, such as field services, transportation, logistics and manufacturing.

Viewers will learn:

  • How and why investments in analytics continues to grow
  • What impact analytics has on mobile workers including increased productivity
  • How linking field workers with big data collection increases customer insights
  • How enterprise industries such as field services, transportation and logistics, and manufacturing are being revolutionized by deploying mobile computing devices to its workforce
  • How the right mobile strategy can drive productivity increases
  • When ruggedizing a mobile workforce segment makes sense
  • Managing mobility: in-house versus managed services
  • Don’t hesitate, register now for this TechBytes series to help ensure the intersection of mobility and data analytics brings business rewards to your organization.

    About the presenter:

    Jim Dempsey is a National Sales Manager at Panasonic where he focuses on developing and managing Panasonic's resellers and ISV partnerships. His team’s primary focus is on Panasonic’s Toughpad line of rugged handheld and tablet products. The team works closely with Panasonic’s field sales teams and partners to facilitate joint demand generation and focuses on verticals such as retail, logistics, manufacturing, transportation, utilities, public safety and federal sectors.

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Mobility in the Age of Big Data: Analytics, Data, and Devices: Part 1 – Data Analytics and the Mobile User

In our increasingly data-driven world, the need for timely access to actionable information can make the difference between business success and failure. The difficulty managing the data deluge, including social media, video, and explosive growth in unstructured data, is amplified by the concurrent increase in the number and variety of mobile devices that users demand for access and collaboration.

This TechBytes series, sponsored by Panasonic and produced by Slashdot Media, looks at the impact that data analytics has on an increasingly mobile workforce, why managing devices and analytics tools continues to vex many organizations, and what businesses should be doing now to address these challenges to remain competitive. We’ll also take a special look at industries that demand mobile computing in challenging environments, such as field services, transportation, logistics and manufacturing.

Viewers will learn:

  • How and why investments in analytics continues to grow
  • What impact analytics has on mobile workers including increased productivity
  • How linking field workers with big data collection increases customer insights
  • How enterprise industries such as field services, transportation and logistics, and manufacturing are being revolutionized by deploying mobile computing devices to its workforce
  • How the right mobile strategy can drive productivity increases
  • When ruggedizing a mobile workforce segment makes sense
  • Managing mobility: in-house versus managed services
  • Don’t hesitate, register now for this TechBytes series to help ensure the intersection of mobility and data analytics brings business rewards to your organization.

    About the presenter:

    Jim Dempsey is a National Sales Manager at Panasonic where he focuses on developing and managing Panasonic's resellers and ISV partnerships. His team’s primary focus is on Panasonic’s Toughpad line of rugged handheld and tablet products. The team works closely with Panasonic’s field sales teams and partners to facilitate joint demand generation and focuses on verticals such as retail, logistics, manufacturing, transportation, utilities, public safety and federal sectors.

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What is Needed to Build Trusted Infrastructures?

As security models converge on perimeter-less infrastructure and the need to protect raw data, we must move beyond "STIG compliance," 2FA, and encrypting all data. This technical session will step through evolving thinking on trusted infrastructure: tokenization is a recent data protection method, but what is it and when can it be used? What work is being done on Trusted Platform Modules, and what is trusted boot? What are new cryptographic models, including quantum cryptography and blockchain? How does this fit into containerization and server-less computing? How is open source confronting these challenges?

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Digital Transformation: The Consumerization of Government IT

In a 2016 PricewaterhouseCoopers survey of over 1400 CIOs, 84% stated they needed to address wider stakeholder needs and 77% found that technology was one of “the top 3 influencers transforming stakeholder expectations for the business.” Hear how government agencies and system integrators are transforming their organizations using modern application development practices, tools, and platforms.

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VoIP Monitoring and Troubleshooting

Irrespective of your VoIP vendor or deployment model (on-premises, hybrid, UCaaS), ThousandEyes Voice monitoring can reduce those troubleshooting headaches. Interested in learning more about our enhanced voice capabilities? Watch this 30-minute webinar featuring Archana Kesavan, Product Marketing Manager, to learn more.
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VoIP Monitoring in 180 Seconds

ThousandEyes generates detailed visibility into your on-premises and cloud­-based VoIP network, among your branches and across the WAN. Correlate voice performance measurements with underlying network health to clearly pinpoint where and why performance varies.
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