Orange Cyberdefense

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Orange Cyberdefense
Website
https://orangecyberdefense.com/uk/

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Palo Alto Networks
Palo Alto Networks
Website
https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/
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Date

09 Jul 2020

Time

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12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

*Fully Booked* Cyber Virtual Roundtable: Improved Incident Response (GMT)

Why attend?

At this cyber virtual roundtable, we’ll examine how organisations can vastly improve their incident detection and response.

Our special guest is Andy Bartram, Global Head of Cyber Architecture and Design, Nomura. The roundtable will be co-facilitated by Jonathan Calver from StrategyMix, Matt Poulton, from Palo Alto Networks and Nadav Shatz from Orange Cyberdefense.

As with all StrategyMix roundtables, you will get the most value from the open discussion with your peers – CISOs and senior cyber security managers. For this reason, there will be no PowerPoints or formal presentations.

The conversation will focus on 3 key objectives:

>   Reduced alerts – so your security team can focus on just those that matter rather than drown in a sea of false positives
>   Faster investigations – through the grouping of related alerts and root cause analysis to reduce investigation complexity and provide visibility into the timeline of an attack
>   Automated operations – with instant response options and the automated isolation of attacks in progress

To ensure an open, single conversation where you learn from the experience of others in a collaborative environment, there are only 8 delegate places available.

Unlike our previous virtual roundtables, this one is scheduled from 12.00 pm to 1.30 pm. We have allocated an extra half hour, based on feedback from previous delegates, who have told us that one hour is simply not long enough for this caliber of conversation.

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If you would like to join the discussion, please note that your company name will be shared with other delegates and potential delegates. This is to help us create the most useful discussion possible.