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Thursday, October 10 • 14:00 - 15:00
Cloud SIEM: What happened and what’s next?

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The successful fusion of cloud native SIEM and AI is a watershed moment in cybersecurity that many are yet to fully grasp. For those organizations tainted by past on-premise SIEM experiences and burdened by promises unfulfilled, cloud SIEM ushers in the dream of real-time threat discovery and mitigation at a cost both the CFO and CISO find compelling.

Cloud SIEM is a watershed moment not because of the realization of its integrated technologies, but for the changes it will affect on operational security teams and risk management processes far into the future.
Being able to preemptively identify and categorize an attack in motion before it escalates, and being able to proactively disarm or neuter that attack before evolving into a viable threat, is well within the grasp of first-generation cloud SIEM. What happens next for cloud SIEM?

This session examines the role of “Threat Hunters” and security analysts when incident identification and response becomes just another API, how SecDevOps will embrace cloud SIEM and spearhead threat response, where and when AI will inevitably have to cede expertise to in-house experts, and how an ROI for enterprise security just landed on the CISO’s lap.

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Gunter Ollmann

Gunter Ollmann serves as Chief Security Officer (CSO) and helps drive the cross-pillar strategy for the Cloud and AI Security groups at Microsoft. He has over three decades of information security experience in an array of cyber security consulting and research roles. Before joining... Read More →

Thursday October 10, 2019 14:00 - 15:00 CEST
01. Westvleteren University