ST02 - Automating Incident Response – Getting The SOC Back in Focus on What Matters

Monday, September 25
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

SOC (Security Operations Center) teams are constantly overwhelmed. Companies are struggling to staff their SOC team in an effort to deal with security event overflow. This results in improper classification, missed incidents and inconsistency.

Response and remediation processes are lacking as a result of hard-to-hire SOC positions. Many teams resort to hiring new and inexperienced analysts. The unfortunate outcome of these fresh hires is a lag time between incident and detection, and investigation to complete containment. Analysts are only able discover and respond to incidences they are familiar with, and response quality may vary depending on their knowledge and skill.

Exabeam believes that automating response for common incident triage and response helps the SOC automate the common tasks, while focusing on what really matters.

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Barry Shteiman

Director of Research and Innovation
Exabeam

Barry Shteiman is the director of research and innovation at Exabeam. He has over a decade of experience as a researcher,
technologist, and innovator. Barry’s expertise in security includes research, development, and leading research and engineering teams.
Prior to Exabeam he led security strategy for Imperva, heading up the company’s public security research with the CTO office.
Barry holds several patents to his name, and has earned his Bachelor of Science degree in computer sciences from Holon Institute of Technology.

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