Cybersecurity Threats: Gain Visibility to Detect Events with Microsoft Azure Sentinel
Protecting systems, data and users has never been more challenging. With cyber threats growing rapidly in volume and sophistication, now, more than ever, it is important for organizations to have full visibility across cloud environments to detect security events and reduce attacker “dwell time."
Microsoft Azure Sentinel, a Security Information and Event Management System (SIEM), incorporates the power of AI to deliver intelligent security analytics and threat intelligence across the enterprise, providing a single solution for alert detection, threat visibility, proactive hunting and threat response. It eliminates cloud security infrastructure setup and maintenance, while elastically scaling to meet your security needs, reducing IT costs.
Join this webinar to learn:
- Why organizations should have full visibility across all cloud environments to detect security events
- Overview of Microsoft Azure Sentinel including its built-in integrations, quick security monitoring and cost-effective capabilities
- How Microsoft Azure Sentinel’s easy-to-use interface makes it simple to aggregate, correlate, analyze, and alert on activity
- Steps to determine if Microsoft Azure Sentinel is right for your organization
Michael Walter, Managing Director, Protiviti: Michael Walter is a Managing Director in the Atlanta office of Protiviti, providing clients with Security and Privacy Consulting.Michael has more than 15 years of information security experience in industry and consulting.Michael spent six years at IBM in the Managed Security Services team.Michael then spent two years at Cybertrust in their professional services practice.After that, Michael Walter was a co-founder of Arsenal Security Group and spent seven years growing Arsenal’s consulting practice.As a Managing Director in the Atlanta office, he focuses on Security and Privacy consulting for large organizations across the United States.Michael has spoken at a variety of conferences and seminars on topics such as Risk Management, PCI, Security Information Management, Social Engineering, Enterprise Security Services, Intrusion Detection Best Practices, and Business Intelligence in Information Security.
Steven Massengill, Manager, Protiviti: Steven is a Manager within Protiviti’s Emerging Technology practice. Leveraging a financial background and expertise in Microsoft cloud technology, Steven works with firms to align their technology and business strategies delivering solutions that are effective, efficient, and secure. He works primarily with financial institutions in the areas of cybersecurity, technology strategy and risk management, regulatory compliance, data science, and digital transformation.
Mandana Javaheri, Global Cybersecurity, Compliance, and Identity Leader, Microsoft: With more than 20 years of experience in cybersecurity and networking industries, Mandana Javaheri currently leads Microsoft Business Development team globally at Cybersecurity Solutions Group. Before joining Microsoft, Mandana served as the CTO and head of technology alliances at Savvius, a network forensics company, where she defined product and technology directions as well as led strategic partnerships, product management and development. She also serves as an advisory board for Big Data at Rutgers, KUDO, and WireX. Mandana has a BS in Electrical Engineering and a MBA with concentration in finance and management, and holds certifications in security, product management and leadership.