Do YOU think cybercriminals take a break during a crisis? 

In just the first six months of 2019, 4.1 billion compromised records were exposed and more than 3,800 publicly disclosed breaches occurred, and that was before a global crisis. Compared to 2018, the number of reported breaches and exposed records increased by more than 50 percent, making 2019 a record-setting year for data breaches.

A robust breach defense program is critical for every business, particularly during a crisis. Yet, it’s apparent that many organizations aren’t doing enough to protect against cyber-attacks. Your security operations centres (SOCs) need to
protect your critical assets and out-manoeuvre cybercriminals who would look to exploit this crisis.

How ready are you to combat cybercriminals?

Whether your organization is at the initial stages of building your SOC or looking to improve your current posture, you need to act fast and continuously advance your breach defense capabilities to stay ahead of cyber adversaries.

essential three-part webinar series is designed to help you learn about best practices and capabilities for a well-designed SOC and provide real-time threat detection, helping you run your business more securely.

About the sessions

Advancing Log Management &
Data Analysis

Get the basics right by understanding the foundation of a security intelligence operations center and threat hunting.
This is your first step towards establishing security situational awareness.

SOC: The Building Blocks

Get a snapshot of what goes into the building of your enterprise SOC for a real-time automated threat response. 

AI/ML Driven Threat Hunting & Investigation

Step into next-gen security operations. Discover how AI/ML driven threat hunting and investigation empowers security teams to find and respond to unknown threats –before it's too late. 

About our speakers

Yash Vartak

Enterprise Architect -
Security Risk & Governance at Micro Focus, CISSP CEH, CISM, CCSK

Niel Pandya

APJ Business Development Lead -
Enterprise Security at Micro Focus