NOVEMBER 16TH | 12:30-1:30 PM EST

The Future of SIEM – Settling in to Comprehensive Detection and Response

The SIEM has been used in the SOC for twenty years, yet its role – and its capabilities – have changed dramatically. In this talk, you will hear the current state of the SIEM market, the most critical needs of security practitioners, and how SIEMs are looking to address it.

During this invitation-only roundtable event, attendees will:

  • Hear a current state of the SIEM market from featured guest, Forrester Analyst Allie Mellen
  • Learn how your peers in the public and private sectors are addressing their critical needs and challenges as key cybersecurity decision makers and practitioners
  • Discuss the challenges being faced by the market, including the pressures to enhance cyber posture and meet the requirements laid out by the May Presidential Executive Order
  • Have an opportunity to speak directly experts in SIEM, log management, and cyber security to help answer your critical cyber questions

This event is closed to the general public and entry is pre-approved by the event hosts. Any information exchanged during this session will be private and not made available for public consumption.

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Allie Mellen

Guest Speaker

Allie supports security and risk professionals, covering security infrastructure and operations to assist clients in building and maturing their threat detection and response strategies. Her coverage includes the people, processes, and tools of the security operations center (SOC); security analysts; security information and event management (SIEM); security user behavior analytics (SUBA); security analytics (SA); security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR); endpoint detection and response (EDR); extended detection and response (XDR); and SOC metrics.

Allie has been a featured speaker at many leading security conferences, including Black Hat, DEFCON, HOPE, and Hacker Halted. She has been quoted in top business press outlets including CNN Money, CNBC, HuffPost, Gizmodo, Threatpost, and Dark Reading.