SANS Security Operations Center Summit & Training 2017

Cutting-edge cybersecurity training

SANS SOC Summit
Co-Chairs: Eric Conrad, Chris Crowley, and Seth Misenar
CPE Credits: 16
Summit Dates: June 5 - 6, 2017
Training Course Dates: June 7- June 12, 2017

In light of numerous recent high-profile attacks and data breaches, Security Operations Centers are taking on a more prominent role in organizations as executives aim to improve their security programs. While a Security Operations Center (SOC) is capable of improving security, effectively implementing and managing the many functions of a SOC can be a major challenge. Information security managers must balance people, process, and procedure in order to operate a SOC that is effective and works within the constraints of the organization.
The Security Operations Center Summit will bring together top experts for two days of in-depth talks and panel discussions around building, operating, and growing a SOC. Attendees will hear from and interact with top experts who have faced many of the same challenges SOCs encounter within their organizations.

Security Operations Center Summit Topics and Discussions:
- Active defense
- Metrics to measure success of your SOC
- Critical security controls
- Identifying and retaining talent
- Integrated security defenses
- Enterprise network and host monitoring
- Threat intelligence utilization and usefulness
- Incident response team operations and management

Who should attend:
- SOC Managers, Analysts, and Engineers
- Information Security Managers
- CISOs
- Operations Managers
- Risk Management Professionals
- IT/System Administration/Network Administration professionals
- IT Auditors
- Incident Response Managers

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